$100 – $200

The Common Good and the Future of Capitalism Conference

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A conference exploring The Common Good and the Future of Capitalism: New Directions in the Philosophy of Finance.

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Capitalism is threatened by stagnant wages, the fear of recession, and a growing sense that the economy is “rigged” in favor of the rich.  Where lies its future? Can capitalism be ordered to the common good? Is the field of finance part of the problem or the solution?

The Collegium Institute is bringing together leading scholars and practitioners in the fields of finance, ethics, and theology for our conference on "The Common Good and the Future of Capitalism."

Topics Include: 

Adam Smith’s Wealth of Nations

Payday Lending and the Underbanked

Financial Markets and the Common Good

Featured Speakers:

Marcia Pally, New York University, Fordham and Humboldt University

Lisa Servon, University of Pennsylvania

Mark Reiff, University of California, Davis

Nick Bosch, Money Mart

Mark Mulholland,  Matthew 25 Fund

and more!

Dates: Tuesday Oct 29 - Wednesday Oct 30

Location: University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

Registration Fee: $200*

*Penn Faculty can register free of cost. In order to do so, email Jess Sweeney at jsweeney@collegiuminstitute.org

Non-Penn Faculty: $100

Young Professionals (35 & under): $120

Hotel rooms can be booked at The Inn at Penn, which is conveniently located right in the heart of Penn's Campus.

If you have any questions, don't hesitate to reach out!

Contact Jess Sweeney at jsweeney@collegiuminstitute.org

www.collegiuminstitute.org

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