The Corporations and Society Initiative hosts the nation’s leading academics and practitioners to discuss the complex and interacting forces that impact corporations and society.
This speaker series is intended to help the Stanford University community develop and explore connections between finance, business, law, and policy. Each of the speakers is involved in a variety of events around campus, including lectures, small group discussions, class visits, and individual meetings.
Join us to examine the complex interactions and balance of power among corporations, governments, and individuals in democracies today.
The Corporations and Society Initiative at Stanford Graduate School of Business and the Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School co-sponsored a panel discussion on the use and governance of surveillance technology during (and after) the coronavirus pandemic. Our panelists shared their thoughts on how to align private and public sector interests to benefit society and support public health efforts, while also preserving privacy and civil rights.