Ford Center Business in Society Series

The Ford Center workshop brings together faculty from across Kellogg to explore research ideas loosely connected to the concept of Social Enterprise. The goal is to create a research community interested in exploring this area. Topics may include (but are not limited to): social entrepreneurship, agents with moral preferences (including applications to behavioral economics and finance), reputation and crisis management, activists and private politics, CSR, shareholder activism, non-market strategy, regulatory and political management, applications of political economy etc. The series is conducted as an inter-disciplinary work-shop, less focused on polished papers and more on promising ideas (more or less developed). While the target audience is Kellogg faculty, the workshop is happy to welcome faculty from other parts of the university or other universities.

The workshop is held in MEDS 561 from 12:15 - 1:30pm unless otherwise noted.

Seminar Series Coordinators: Daniel Diermeier and Peggy Cornog.

To be added be added to the Ford Center mailing list or if you are interested in presenting your research, please email Peggy Cornog.

  The Ford Center Series will begin again in Winter 2013. Stay tuned for more information!  

Past Ford Center Workshop Series