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L.M. (Lisa) Herzog, Prof Dr

Professor of Political Philosophy
L.M. (Lisa) Herzog, Prof Dr
E-mail:
l.m.herzog rug.nl

February 2022: I'm honored to be the chair of a digital book launch of Devrim Kabasakal's book Dimensions of Free Speech, on April 22. See here for details, and email me to register. 

November 2021: I'll be at HIAS for three months, to work on my manuscript provisionally entitled Democratic knowledge: Markets, experts, and the epistemic infrastructure of democracy. 

September 2021: The GLOBAL FORUM ON DEMOCRATIZING WORK will take place soon, October 5-7! See an overview here, short video here, and register at www.globalforumdw.org

Lisa Herzog works at the intersection of political philosophy and economic thought. Between 2016 and 2019, she was professor for political philosophy and theory at the Technical University of Munich, since 2019 she works at the Faculty of Philosophy and the Center for Philosophy, Politics and Economics of the University of Groningen. She holds a master (Diplom) in economics from LMU Munich, and an M.St. in Philosophy and D.Phil. in Political Theory from the University of Oxford. She has worked at, or visited, the universities of St. Gallen (CH), Leuven (BE), Frankfurt/Main (D), Utrecht (NL), and Stanford (US). She was a Rhodes Scholar (2007-2011), and in 2019, she received the Tractatus-Preis and the German Award for Philosophy and Social Ethics. Herzog has published on the philosophical dimensions of markets (both historically and systemically), liberalism and social justice, ethics in organizations and the future of work. The current focus of her work are workplace democracy, professional ethics, and the role of knowledge in democracies. 

For a CV (November 2019) click here: CV_and_list_of_publications_Nov_2019.pdf

I’m a co-editor of the interdisciplinary Review of Social Economy, check out https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rrse20/current for the latest papers

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