Kadir Has Üniversitesi Ekonomi Bölümü'nün düzenlediği Contemporary Debates başlıklı serinin yeni konuğu, Groningen Üniversitesi'nden Prof. Lisa Herzog olacak.
Prof. Herzog, 20 Nisan Çarşamba saat 18:00'de "Are financial markets epistemically efficient?" başlıklı bir konuşma yapacak.
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Organizatörler: Dr. Öğr. Üyesi Gözde Çörekçioğlu İshakoğlu, Dr. Öğr. Üyesi Ulaş Karakoç
Özet: In this talk, I discuss the idea that financial markets can serve as “mirrors" of the real economy - a claim that follows from a certain understanding of the "Efficient Market Hypothesis" and that has been used to justify the central place of finance in capitalist economists. I discuss both internal obstacles to epistemic efficiency, as they are discussed by behavioral economists and economic sociologists, and external factors of distortions that undermine the claim that financial markets give us an unbiased picture of how "the economy" is doing.
Konuşmacı Hakkında: Lisa Herzog works at the intersection of political philosophy and economic thought. Between 2016 and 2019, she was professor for political philosophy and theory at the Technical University of Munich, since 2019 she works at the Faculty of Philosophy and the Center for Philosophy, Politics and Economics of the University of Groningen. She holds a master (Diplom) in economics from LMU Munich, and an M.St. in Philosophy and D.Phil. in Political Theory from the University of Oxford. She has worked at, or visited, the universities of St. Gallen (CH), Leuven (BE), Frankfurt/Main (D), Utrecht (NL), and Stanford (US). She was a Rhodes Scholar (2007-2011), and in 2019, she received the Tractatus-Preis and the German Award for Philosophy and Social Ethics. Herzog has published on the philosophical dimensions of markets (both historically and systemically), liberalism and social justice, ethics in organizations and the future of work. The current focus of her work are workplace democracy, professional ethics, and the role of knowledge in democracies.