March 15, 2019 4:00 PM to March 16, 2019 6:00 PM
Event Type: PPE Conferences
Sponsored By: Murphy Institute
The PPE conference is an annual event organized by the editors of Politics, Philosophy, and Economics. Papers presented at this conference are targeted for subsequent publication in the journal.
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PPE 2019: Climate Change
Professor of Political Theory
University of Warwick
People, Planet and Public Policy: The Role of ‘Population’ in Addressing Climate Change
Professor of Philosophy, The College of New Jersey
Does Climate Change Put Ethics on a Collision Course with Itself
Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Texas
and MARK BUDOLFSON
Assistant Professor of Environmental Health Sciences, University of Vermont
Radical Agreement in Population Ethics—and Implications for Social Policy Analysis
MARK BUDOLFSON and DEAN SPEARS
Methods for Quantifying Animal Wellbeing and Estimating Optimal Tradeoﬀs against Human Wellbeing—and Lessons for Axiology, Including New Arguments for Separability
Professor of Philosophy, Stockholm University
Values and Population Ethics in the Time of Global Warming
Filed Under: PPE Conferences , Political Economy
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