Lecture by John Broome: “Temporal separability of value: its economic and philosophical implications” | November 8
The Opening Economics Chair is pleased to invite you to a lecture given by John Broome (University of Oxford) on November 8, 2022, at Paris School of Economics.
Temporal separability of value: its economic and philosophical implications
Date: November 8, 2022 ; 5pm-6:30pm (Paris Time)
Venue: Paris School of Economics
48 boulevard Jourdan, 75014 Paris, Room R2-01
- Registration to John Broome’s lecture via this link until November 2 (compulsory)
This event is organized under the aegis of the Opening Economics Chair and bridges economic and philosophical disciplines, with a lecture by a prominent scholar whose career has straddled many fundamental economic and philosophical issues, in particular issues that are relevant to the evaluation of the state of societies and public policies.
John Broome is Emeritus White’s Professor of Moral Philosophy and Emeritus Fellow of Corpus Christi College at Oxfort University. He was educated at the University of Cambridge, at the University of London and at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he received a PhD in economics. Before arriving at Oxford he was Professor of Philosophy at the University of St. Andrews and, prior to that, Professor of Economics and Philosophy at the University of Bristol. He has held visiting posts at the University of Virginia, the Australian National University, Princeton University, the University of Washington, the University of British Columbia, the Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study in the Social Sciences, and the University of Canterbury. In 2007 Broome was elected a Foreign Member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.