About Lisa Herzog
Lisa Herzog (born 1983) works at the interface of political philosophy and economics. Her work focuses on the history of ideas in political and economic thought, the normative valuation of markets, ethics in organisations, and the future of work. Following positions at Oxford, Munich, Frankfurt, Stanford and elsewhere, she has been teaching at the Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Groningen since 2019 and is director of the Center for Philosophy, Politics and Economics there. In 2019, she was awarded the Tractatus Prize and the German Prize for Social Philosophy and Ethics, for her book "Die Rettung der Arbeit" (2019) among other work.