2020 Program

BE6.4 – May 11-12, 2019.

To register for any session, please send an informal email to: hasko.vonkriegstein@ryerson.ca

All sessions will be held via Zoom. All papers will be available to registered participants ahead of time. The expectation is that everyone participating in a session has read the paper. Authors will start the session with a very brief summary of their paper. The first three questions will be asked by participants who have preregistered to ask a question.

Monday May 11th, 9:40 – 10:50

Sareh Pouryousefi and Jonathan Tallant (University of Nottingham) 

Empirical and Philosophical Reflections on Trust in Groups

Chair: Hasko von Kriegstein (Ryerson University)

Monday May 11th, 11:00 – 12:00

Hamish van der Ven (McGill University)

The Myth of Democratic Legitimacy

Chair: Chris MacDonald (Ryerson University)

Monday May 11th, 12:00 – 13:00 Lunch Break

Monday May 11th, 13:00 – 14:00

Ann Dulhanty (Ryerson University)

The Net Present Value of Future Individual Health Data: Implications for Ethical Approaches to Personal Data Collection and Use

Chair: Vanisha Sukdeo (Osgood Hall)

Monday May 11th, 14:10 – 15:10

Carson Young (SUNY Brockport)

An Effective Altruist Approach to Corporate Social Responsibility

Chair: Patricia Hania (Ryerson University)

Tuesday May 12th, 9:50 – 10:50

Ingas Bruder (Freie Universität Berlin)

A Social Mission is Not Enough: Reflecting the Normative Foundations of Social Entrepreneurship

Chair: Etye Steinberg (University of Toronto)

Tuesday May 12th, 11:00 – 12:00

Michael Baumtrog (Ryerson University)

Epistemic Injustice in the Workplace: Early Career Employees 

Chair: Daniele Bertolini (Ryerson University)

Tuesday May 12th, 12:00 – 13:00 Lunch Break

Tuesday May 12th, 13:00 – 14:00

Santiago Mejia (Fordham University) and Tae Wan Kim (Carnegie Mellon University)

On the Limits of Pro-Social Neoclassical Economic Approaches to Shareholder Primacy

Chair: Amy Sepinwall (Wharton School of Business)

Tuesday May 12th, 14:10 – 15:10

Kristyn Scott and Hasko von Kriegstein (Ryerson University)

Measuring Business Ethics Denial

Chair: Dominic Martin (Université du Québec à Montréal)

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