The Center for Law, Economics and Public Policy is sponsoring a conference, "New Scholarship on Population Ethics." Have you ever wondered what is the ethical status of individual decisions or governmental policies that change the membership of the human population? The aim of the conference is to present new scholarship in this vital area of research. A schedule and list of speakers can be found on the conference website. Sponsored by CLEPP. For further information contact, Victoria Zellefrow at CLEPP@law.duke.edu.
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