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*Values for Money: Morality and financial markets after the crisis*

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Values for Money: Morality and financial markets after the crisis from secular and Christian perspectives

From the 2008 crisis to the Libor and Foreign Exchange scandals, flawed financial markets are a live issue. But is the problem more moral than technical? If there is a moral dimension, what kind or a moral framework might be applied? How different might a faith-based perspective be to a secular view?

Join us to explore these questions, with two speakers offering their different academic and personal reflections.

Dr Donald Hay Emeritus Fellow of Jesus College, University of Oxford; Director, Developing a Christian Mind.

Dr Hay specialises in industrial economics, competition policy, and has researched in Brazil, China and the UK. Publications include ‘Industrial Economics and Organisation’, and he is a Licensed Lay Minister.

Professor Simon Deakin Professor of Law at the University of Cambridge.

Professor Deakin specializes in labour law, private law, company law, EU law and law and economics. He is also Director in the Centre for Business Research and a recipient of the Allen & Overy prize for corporate governance research.

Followed by a free drinks reception in the Old Library Facebook Event

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