Typ: Öppna seminarier
Ratio - Näringslivets forskningsinstitut, Sveavägen, Stockholm, Sverige
Kl. 15:00 – 16:00

“The case for open borders is based on ethics and economics. Ethically, it’s simply wrong to prevent people from moving to another place where they can live a happier, more productive life. And economically, closed borders and restrictions of movement limit economic activity and keep people poor.” – Fabio Rojas, professor of sociology at Indiana University.

On May 13th professor Rojas visits the Ratio institute for an open, digital lecture on the topic, and you are welcome to join!

The lecture will be commented by Karl Wennberg, professor of business administration at Linköping University and researcher at the Ratio institute, and moderated by Charlotta Stern, professor of sociology at Stockholm University and deputy CEO at the Ratio institute.

 

Date: Wednesday May 13th
Time: 15.00-15.45, Stockholm time (CEST, GMT +02:00)
Place: Ratio’s Youtube-channel

The webinar will be broadcasted May 13th on Ratio’s Youtube channel. You can also see it afterwards on this link.

Register here.

By registering, you will receive a reminder and a link to the webinar before it starts. You will also receive information about any changes and updates.

If you have any questions concerning the webinar, please contact Henrik Ulfvarson at henrik.ulfvarson@ratio.se.

 


Fabio Rojas is a professor of sociology at Indiana University. His main research interest is organizational analysis and its intersections with political sociology. Read more about him here.

Karl Wennberg is a professor of business administration at Linköping University and researcher at the Ratio institute. His research is at the intersection of Entrepreneurship, Organisational Sociology and Regional Science. He has in several articles studied integration and migration. Read more about him here.

Charlotta Stern is a professor of sociology at Stockholm University and deputy CEO of the Ratio institute. Stern’s research mainly concerns labour market issues, and her research activities are part of the Ratio institute’s Labour market program of which she is the PI. Read more about her here.