Max Weber Lectures 2013-2014
The monthly Max Weber Lectures are given by distinguished scholars representing the four disciplines in the programme (Economics, History, Law and Political and Social Sciences).
The programme aims at inviting scholars who have a special interdisciplinary focus which will be of broad academic interest to all members of our academic community.
The lectures are at 17.00, normally the 3rd Wednesday of the month, and are followed by a cocktail.
If you wish to receive further information prior to the individual Max Weber Lectures, please contact Karin Tilmans.
Max Weber Lectures
- 16 October 2013, Wednesday 17.00
"The European Parliament Elections 2014: Europe's Fateful Choice"
Joseph Weiler, European University Institute
- 27 November 2013, Wednesday 17.00
“Quo vadis Europe? Banks, Sovereigns and the Crisis”
Martin Hellwig, Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods
- 11 December 2013, Wednesday 17.00
“Machiavelli and History”
John M. Najemy, Cornell University
- 15 January 2014, Wednesday 17.00
"Religion in the Modern World: Between Secularization and Resurgence"
Martin Riesebrodt, Graduate Institute in Geneva
- 19 February 2014, Wednesday 17.00
"Making Sense of the Past and Future Politics of Global Warming in the United States"
Theda Skocpol, Harvard University
- 19 March 2014, Wednesday 17.00
"Human Rights and Market Fundamentalism"
Mary Nolan, New York University
- 16 April 2014, Wednesday 17.00
“Guilty as Charged. Human Well-Being and the Irrelevance of Political Science”
Bo Rothstein, University of Gothenburg
- 21 May 2014, Wednesday 17.00
"What Are Academics Free to Do?"
Stanley Fish, Florida International University
- 18 June 2014, Wednesday 17.00
"Information Economics and Macroeconomic Theory"
Roger Myerson, University of Chicago
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