Lecture Series - Rethinking Law, Democracy and Capitalism
As related to inequality, the rise of populism and the wider skepticism of the liberal order that governed domestic and global politics of Europe.
Speakers and lectures:
- 13 March, 14-16:00 (South Campus, Conference room 8A-0-57): lecture by Karen J. Alter (Professor of Political Science and Law at Northwestern University) & Cristina Lafont (Professor of Philosophy at Northwestern University): Global Governance and the Problem of the Second Best,
- 17 April, 16-18:00 (South Campus, Auditorium 9A-1-01): lecture by Michael Wilkinson (Associate Professor at the London School of Economics and Political Science): Lineages of Authoritarian Liberalism,
- 27 May, 14-16:00 (South Campus, Conference room 8A-0-57): lecture by David Grewal (Professor of Law at Yale Law School ) on Law and Democracy in Neoliberal Times.
The lecture series is a collaboration between iCourts - the Centre of Excellence for International Courts and CEMES - the Centre for Modern European Studies at the University of Copenhagen.
The organizers are Jan Komárek (Professor at iCourts) and Niklas Olsen (Chair of CEMES)