Fixing the Wealth Gap? Meme Stocks, Robinhood and Financial Markets
Join us on March 27th, as doctoral candidate Violet Victoria discusses the pitfalls involved in "democratizing" finance. This will include a discussion of so-called "meme" stocks, apps like Robinhood, and the purpose of financial markets themselves.
Violet Victoria is a PhD candidate in Philosophy at the University of Oklahoma and former stock loan trader at Goldman Sachs. Her research focuses on applied ethics, including an ongoing dissertation on financial ethics and bioethics research published in the Journal of Surgery. At the University of Oklahoma, she has taught undergraduate courses in Business Ethics and Contemporary Moral Issues.
The Blake Room, Savard Welcome Center
Program Coordinator | Center for Ethics in Society