Policy Measures, Citizens’ Rights, and Informal Caregiving

At this panel discussion, current PPE Research Fellows Ali Habibnia, Sheryl Ball, and Jordan MacKenzie will discuss their work in scientific methodology, experimental economics, and applied ethics and social philosophy.

Dr. Habibnia’s work questions essential assumptions and methods of social scientific inquiry that inform public policy making, Dr. Ball’s work employs experimental economics to analyze citizens’ rights and their effect on social cooperation, government regulation, and political stability, and Dr. MacKenzie’s work explores ethical issues related to family caregiving, in particular rights and responsibilities related to informal caregiving.

The panel discussion will take place on April 19, 2023, from 4-5:30pm, in the Fralin Hall Auditorium (Fralin Hall).

Join this informal, yet intellectually rich discussion that will be followed by a public reception. All faculty, students, and members of the public are welcome to attend.

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