Mouradian Foundation Programme
The Mouradian Foundation Programme (formerly the Spinoza Foundation Programme) is generously supported by the Mouradian Foundation for the purposes of research and events at the LSE. The Mouradian Foundation is a charitable organisation set up to facilitate a forum for economists, scholars and the general public globally to come together and engage in open, non-partisan and impartial debate about social and economic matters with the aim of influencing public policy worldwide.
For further information please visit the Mouradian Foundation website.
What would a fair society look like?
15 May 2023 In this event, supported by STICERD and the Mouradian Foundation, Daniel Chandler will explore how Rawls's ideas can help us transform our societies for the better, drawing on his recent book, Free and Equal. View more...
A Moral Political Economy
Joint seminar by Margaret Levi and Federica Carugati discussing their book, A Moral Political Economy, which "argues that economies - and the government institutions that support them - reflect a moral and political choice, a choice we can make and remake". Read about the book...
Deaths of Despair and the Future of Capitalism
Joint seminar by Anne Case and Angus Deaton discussing some of the failings of markets and government which have contributed to the opioid epidemic and an increase in self-destructive behaviours in the United States. In their new book they also offer a range of policy recommendations to address the problems. Read about the book...