L.M. (Lisa) Herzog, Prof Dr
Lisa Herzog works at the intersection of political philosophy and economic thought. She works at the Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Groningen since 2019; since 2021 she is the Directer of the Center for Philosophy, Politics and Economics. 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, where she was a Rhodes Scholar. She has worked at, or visited, the universities of St. Gallen (CH), Leuven (BE), Frankfurt/Main (D), Utrecht (NL), and Stanford (US), and has held fellowships of Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin and Hamburg Institute for Advanced Study. Between 2017 and 2022 she was a member of the Global Young Academy, where she lead the SCISO project; she is currently a member of De Jonge Academy and Young Academy Groningen.
Herzog has published on the philosophical dimensions of markets (both historical and systemical), 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. She is a co-editor of the interdisciplinary journal Review of Social Economy. Her forthcoming monograph is entitled Citizen Knowledge. Markets, Experts, and the Infrastructure of Democracy.
For a CV (July 2022) click here: CV Lisa Herzog (July 2022)
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