"Social Trust" (2018)
The Bowling Green Workshop in Applied Ethics and Public Policy
Friday and Saturday April 20-21
(All sessions held at the BGSU Mileti Alumni Center)
Edward Hinchman (University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee)
Friday, April 20
9-10 - Jeffrey Haines (Florida State University) “Distrust and Diversity”
10-11 - Mark Satta (Harvard Law School) and Lacey Davidson (Purdue University) “Justified Social Distrust”
11-12 - Agnes Tam (Queen’s University) “Democratic Accountability and Social Trust”
12 -1 - Lunch
1-2 - Andreas Bergh, Henrik Jordahl, and Richard Ohrvall (Lund University) "How Do Welfare State Regimes Affect Social Trust?"
2-3 - Ira K. Lindsay (University of Surrey School of Law) “Convention, Social Trust, and Legal Interpretation”
Saturday, April 21
9-10 - Christian Bjornskov (Aarhus University) “Catalan Secession and the Political Economy of Social Trust”
10-11 - Alida Liberman (University of Indianapolis) "'I Feared for My Life': Police Shootings, Ignorance Bolstering, and Social Distrust"
11-12:30 – Keynote Address
Edward Hinchman (University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee) "The Risks and Rewards of Resting Assured: A New Three-Place Analysis of Trust"
12:30 - 2 - Lunch
2-3 - Michele Bocchiola and Emanuela Ceva (University of Pavia) “Personal Trust, Public Accountability and the Justification of Whistleblowing”
3-4 – Andrew Schroeder (Claremont McKenna College) “A Better Foundation for Public Trust in Science”