The Selective Greening of American Business: The Role of Social Norms, Politics, and Law
At the outset of the second annual Initiative for the Study of Constitutional Democracy lecture, the University of California’s Robert Kagan observes that there appears to be a widespread belief that government regulation of business will help ameliorate the world financial crisis. He devotes his lecture to discussing when and why past government regulations have been effective, drawing extensively on examples of environmental regulation.
Date: October 23, 2008
Location: Fulton 135
Sponsor(s): Political Science Department