The conference will feature the following roundtables.

RT1 — A New Institutional Humanomics? Authors Meet Critics

Convened by Paolo Silvestri

A conversation around Vernon Smith & Bart Wilson's Humanomics: Moral Sentiments and the Wealth of Nations for the 21st Century (Cambridge University Press, 2019) and Deirdre McCloskey's Bettering Humanomics: A New, and Old, Way of Doing Economic Science (University of Chicago Press, 2021) and Beyond Behaviorism, Positivism, and Neo-Institutionalism in Economics (University of Chicago Press, 2022)

Deirdre N. McCloskey (University of Illinois at Chicago, USA)

Vernon Smith (Chapman University, USA)

Bart Wilson (Chapman University, USA)

Paolo Silvestri (University of Catania, Italy)

Peter Boettke (George Mason University, USA)

Maurizio Caserta (University of Catania, Italy)

Malte Dold (Pomona College, USA)

Maria Pia Paganelli (Trinity University, USA)

Benoit Walraevens (University of Caen, France)

RT2 — A Liberal Theory of Property: Author Meets Critics

Convened by David Gindis

A conversation around Hanoch Dagan's A Liberal Theory of Property (Cambridge University Press, 2021)

Hanoch Dagan (Tel Aviv University, Israel)

Larissa Katz (University of Toronto, Canada)

Alice Pinheiro Walla (McMaster University, Canada)

Mikhail Xifaras (Sciences Po Paris, France)

Katharina Pistor (Columbia University, USA)

RT3 — Heterarchy: Toward a New Paradigm in World Politics

Convened by Philip Cerny

A book launch session around Philip Cerny's forthcoming edited volume Heterarchy in World Politics (Routeldge, 2023), with some of the authors involved

Philip G. Cerny (University of Manchester, UK & Rutgers University, USA), “Heterarchy: toward a paradigm shift in world politics”

Alexandre Bohas (ESSCA, France), “Globalization, heterarchy and the persistence of anomie”

Carole L. Crumley (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA), “Heterarchy and social theory”

Dana-Marie Ramjit (Adler University, Canada), “From postinternationalism to heterarchy: turbulence and distance proximities in a world of globalization and fragmentation”

Alejandra Salas Porras (National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico), “Heterarchy in the Mexican Competition Network: the case of COFECE and IFC”

Aleksandra SpaliƄska (University of Warsaw, Poland), “New medievalism (re)appraised: framing heterarchy in world politics”

RT4 — Governing Smart Cities as Knowledge Commons

Convened by Brett Frischmann, Michael Madison, Madelyn Sanfilippo & Katherine Strandburg

A book launch session around Brett Frischmann, Michael Madison & Madelyn Sanfilippo's forthcoming edited volume Governing Smart Cities as Knowledge Commons (Cambridge University Press, 2022), with some of the authors involved

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RT5 — Governing Misinformation in Everyday Knowledge Commons

Convened by Brett Frischmann, Michael Madison, Madelyn Sanfilippo & Katherine Strandburg

A book launch session around Brett Frischmann, Michael Madison, Madelyn Sanfilippo & Katherine Strandburg's forthcoming edited volume Governing Misinformation in Everyday Knowledge Commons (Cambridge University Press, 2023), with some of the authors involved

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RT6 — Coded Power

Convened by Katharina Pistor and Co-Pierre Georg

A book proposal session around Katharina Pistor and Co-Pierre Georg's new project

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