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Tempering Power

1st November 2018

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John Braithwaite

John Braithwaite is a Professor and Founder of RegNet (the Regulatory Institutions Network), now School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) at the Australian National University.

On Saturday, November 10, join us for “Tempering Power”, The Baldy Center’s 40th Anniversary Conference held in conjunction with the Mitchell Lecture.

On Friday, November 9, the Mitchell Lecture will be delivered by John Braithwaite, the prolific and highly distinguished professor at Australian National University. His working title is “Tempered Power, Variegated Capitalism, Law and Society”.  The talk will be complemented by the Baldy Center’s day-long conference.

His guiding question is how to effectively temper power in a world of variegated capitalisms, such as “industrial capitalism, service economy capitalism, Silicon Valley, Wall Street financial capitalism, security state capitalism, sitting side by side inside one set of borders.” John plans to draw mostly on labor law examples in his talk.

The talk will occur as is traditional on Friday afternoon and be followed by audience and possibly a brief panel discussion, as well as a public reception.

Please read the full article here.

Also note this seminar is happening overseas.

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