Dean Turney Stevens Hosts a Discussion with Dr. David Miller of Princeton University. Stevens is the Dean of the Lipscomb University College of Business.
A two-day conference exploring the challenges of modern business and professional life and the relationship between personal values and commitments and the world of work. With keynote speaker David Brooks of The New York Times and former congressman Lee Hamilton among the panelists.
(Mar 27-28, 2008 at Wake Forest University (Winston-Salem, NC)
Friday, March 28
THEOLOGICAL REFLECTIONS ON WORK AND THE CHALLENGES OF PLURALISM
Chair: Bill Leonard, Wake Forest University Divinity School Panelists: David Miller, Yale Divinity School; Douglas Schuurman, St. Olaf College; Mark Schwehn, Christ College, Valparaiso University; Katherine Leary, Center for Faith and Work, Redeemer Presbyterian Church, New York
PBS Interview: Corporate Morality
March 30, 2009
Bob Abernethy, of PBS's Religion & Ethics Newsweekly, interviews David Miller about the moral issues raised by the AIG bonuses, the financial crisis, and the way we reward the very wealthy.
"Occupy Wall Street": Are Government & Business Friends or Enemies? The “Occupy Wall Street" phenomenon presents a great opportunity for thoughtful discussion on business ethics and social justice at large. What is the purpose of the financial services industry? Is it merely profit maximization, or is it the creation of goods and services, resulting in wealth and a better life for the common good? Or is it just to serve the interests of the so-called “1%”, the de facto ruling elite?
What is the role of government in regulating the finance industry? How do we reclaim healthy forms of capitalism and reform its deviant forms?
On November 19th 2011, Professor David Miller (director of the Princeton Faith and Work Initiative) interviewed Michael Gerson and moderated an extended Q&A session.
Michael Gerson is a Washington Post columnist, and former speechwriter and policy advisor for the Bush administration.