21-th Meeting - June 12-13, 2015
21st Annual Common Core of European Private Law:
June 12th-13th, 2015
Inequality is at the root of the most pressing problems of our times, presenting an obstacle not only to economic recovery in the European Union, but also placing into doubt Europe's ability to act as a leader of global justice. This 21st Annual Common Core explores the role of law in contributing to deepening inequality in the 21st century. What kinds of reforms may be necessary to promote more equal outcomes- not just at the point of tax and surplus transfer- but inside the very structures of property law that organize our economy? This conference combines comparative law analysis and policy advocacy with the aim of answering this important and burgeoning question.
The 21-st Annual Meeting took place in Gothenburg, Sweden hosted by the University of Gothenburg and the International University College of Turin.
Registration was open until May 25th, 2015
The programme, can be viewed here. There were two very exciting plenaries prepared, on "Evaluating Existing Legal Institutions for the Reduction of Inequality" and "Reducing Inequality through Predistribution vs. Redistribution.".