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8:30am10:00amTLR Symposium - Governance Wars: Contesting Power and Purpose in the 21st Century Corporation

The New Managerialism: Cutting Short the 50-Year Life of the Monitoring Model in Corporate Governance

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10:15am11:45amTLR Symposium - Governance Wars: Contesting Power and Purpose in the 21st Century Corporation

Should Corporations Have a Purpose?

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12:00pm12:45pmTLR Symposium - Governance Wars: Contesting Power and Purpose in the 21st Century Corporation

Luncheon Speaker Professor Robert J. Jackson, Former US SEC Commissioner, New York University School of Law

For more information visit https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2021/01/29/58987/
1:00pm2:30pmTLR Symposium - Governance Wars: Contesting Power and Purpose in the 21st Century Corporation

Corporate Adolescence and The SEC and Ideological Blind Spots

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1:00pm2:30pmCOVID-19, Structural Inequality, and the Future of Low-Income Latinx Construction Workers in Austin

Please join us for a discussion of the Rapoport Center’s recent report on the legal and political drivers behind the effects of COVID-19 on low-income Latinx construction workers in the Austin area. The event will feature responses to the report, with a focus on Austin’s accelerating urban growth and its impact on social determinants of health and worker organizing.

For more information visit https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2021/01/29/59046/
2:45pm4:15pmTLR Symposium - Governance Wars: Contesting Power and Purpose in the 21st Century Corporation

On a Stakeholder Model of Corporate Governance and Does it Matter Which Stakeholders We Punish?

For more information visit https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2021/01/29/58969/

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