Si segnala il ciclo di seminari: “Business and Inequality.” The meetings will take place, via Zoom, on Mondays from 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM (Eastern Time). Papers will be available one week before each session.
The seminar is organized by Geoff Jones and Melanie Sheehan, HBS.
October 3 William Lazonick, UMass Lowell “Investing in Innovation: Confronting Predatory Value Extraction in the US Corporation”
October 17 Quinn Slobodian, HBS and Wellesley “The Ethno-Economy: Peter Brimelow’s Short Leap from Financial Journalism to the Alt-Right”
October 24 Kari Zimmerman, University of St. Thomas “Strategic Entrepreneurship: Businesswomen and Brazilian Economic Development, 1870-1910”
October 31 Thomas Fetzer, Central European University “How Transnational Challenges Rekindle National Allegiances: European Labor Organizations and US Car Multinationals in the Post-1945 Period”
November 7 Diana Kim, Georgetown University”A Most Durable Inequality: Caste and Untouchable Labor across Post-World War Two Industrializing Asia”
November 14 Kendra Boyd, Rutgers University”Shifting Economic Landscapes: African American Migrant Entrepreneurs in Interwar Detroit, Michigan”
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to attend one or more of these Zoom meetings (if you have not already done so).
For more information about these events, see: https://www.hbs.edu/businesshistory/events.
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