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Private Governance Workshop

Vanderbilt Law School, Alexander Room - December 13, 2013

Conference Schedule

9:00 AM: Opening Comments

9:15 AM: Panel I: Private Governance and Legal Scholarship
Presenter: Michael Vandenbergh, Vanderbilt Law School


10:45 AM: Break

11:00 AM: Panel II: Private Governance and Political Science Scholarship
Presenter: Daniel Diermeier, IBM Professor of Regulation and Competitive Practice, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University


12:30 PM: Lunch

1:30 PM: Panel III: Sociological Perspectives on Private Governance
Presenter: Sarah Soule, Morgridge Professor of Organizational Behavior, Stanford University GSB


3:00 PM: Break

3:20 PM: Panel IV: Political-Economic Perspectives on Private Governance
Presenter: David P. Baron, David S. and Ann M. Barlow Professor of Political Economy and Strategy, Emeritus, Stanford University GSB


4:50 PM: Concluding Comments

Conference Participants

Workshop Organizers and Out-of-Town Guests

Vanderbilt Affiliates

Travel Reimbursement

Out-of-town participants will be reimbursed for ground and air travel, as well as all meals. Vanderbilt will also pay for accommodations (room and tax) at The Hampton Inn and Suites, 1919 West End, Nashville, TN. 37203. To initate reimbursement, please complete the 1022 Visitor Form and return by fax (615-343.6003) or scan/email to Ms. Jayne Cornwell.  Send all receipts to: Jayne Cornwell, Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, Vanderbilt University, 230 Appleton Place, Room 301, Nashville, TN  37203

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