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Karl Widerqust

Center for Ethics and Public Affairs Faculty Seminar

"Effective Control Self Ownership: Freedom as the Power to Say No"

This Event is by Invitation Only

When

Where

Tilton Hall
Room 307

About the Speaker

Karl Widerquist is a 2006-2007 Faculty Fellow at the Center for Ethics and Pubic Affairs. He earned a Ph.D. in Econimics from City University of New York in 1996 and a D.Phil. in Political Theory at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford University in 2006. His publications include, The Ethics and Economics of the Basic Income Guarantee (ed. with Michael A. Lewis and Steven Pressmen, Ashgate, 2005), Economics for Social Workers: The Application of Economic Theory to Social Policy and Human Services (with Michael A. Lewis, Columbia University Press, 2002), and several articles published in venues such as the Journal of Socio-Economics, the Journal of Economic Issues, and Politics and Society. His most recent work, “Who Exploits Who,” was just published in Political Studies.

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