The seminar will take place in Seminar Room 1, first floor of the Institute of Governance, Queen’s University Belfast. The Institute is located at 63 University Road Belfast. For information on travelling to Queen’s University Belfast, see here.
Tea and coffee will be available in the Institute from 10:45. As always with our seminars, everybody is welcome but please do get in touch if you wish to come along.
Thursday 9 September
11:00-11:45: Blanaid Clarke (University College Dublin): Directors as ‘stewards rather than just auctioneers.’
11:45-12:30: Sally Wheeler (Queen’s University Belfast): Women on Boards.
14:00-14:45: Charlotte Villiers (University of Bristol): The Problem of Executive Pay – Why Institutional Investors are not the Solution and Why Distributive Justice Offers a Way Forward.
14:45-15:30: Ciarán O’Kelly (Queen’s University Belfast): Shareholder Value and the Indignity of the Self.
15:45-16:30: David Bholat (University of Chicago/London School of Economics): Analytical Anthropology and the Violence of the Concrete: On Doing Ethnography of Finance.
16:30-17:15: Martha-Marie Kleinhans (University of Reading): Questioning Humanity through Corporate Temporality.
Friday 10 September
10:00-10:45: Marc Moore (University College London): Beyond Private Ordering: Towards an “Intelligent Design” Theory of Corporate Law Evolution.
10:45-11:30: Gary Wilson (Nottingham Trent University): From Black Box to Glocalised Player? Corporate Personality in the 21st Century and the Limits of Law’s Regulatory Reach.
11:45-12:30: Justin O’Brien (University of New South Wales): Back to the Future? Corporate crime and the Facade of Enforcement.
14:00-14:45: Fiona De Londras (University College Dublin): Reconstitutionalising the Corporation.
14:45-15:30: Ciara Hackett (National University of Ireland Galway): CSR: Restructuring for social good or rebranding for profit?
15:30-16:15: Paddy Ireland (Kent Law School): Revolutionary Stakeholding.
16:15-17:00: Wrap-Up and Future Plans.