Sean Jasso on Occupy Movement

University of Redlands Banta Center for Business, Ethics and Society Lecture Series

Dr. Sean D. Jasso, will discuss political economy and the Occupy movement.

REDLANDS, Jan. 9, 2013 – The University of Redlands Orange County location will host Pepperdine University’s Dr. Sean D. Jasso as part of the School of Business Banta Center for Business Ethics and Society Lecture on February 4, 2013. In his lecture, Dr. Jasso will argue that the Occupy movement will fizzle into oblivion not because its mission remains vague and leaderless but rather because the movement is flawed and requires a better strategy to attain its goals.

The Occupy movement wants greater social justice, however, their flawed political and economic strategy requires a theory and ultimately a framework by which their movement can engage the public. This will allow the movement to influence the change they seek and more importantly, to ensure that their efforts produce lasting policy results.

Dr. Jasso writes, teaches and consults in the areas of political economy, public policy, strategic marketing and business ethics. Working for several years in the hospitality and healthcare industries, he combines his training in service, leadership and politics into his own consulting practice serving local and national government agencies as well as various global entrepreneurial organizations. For many years, Dr. Jasso has also taught a course in American Government at the University of Redlands.

The event is free and open to the public.

WHAT: University of Redlands, School of Business presents:
Banta Center for Business, Ethics and Society Lecture Series

WHO: Dr. Sean D. Jasso, Practitioner Faculty, Pepperdine University

WHERE: University of Redlands, Orange County Location
200 East Sandpointe Ave., Suite 300. Santa Ana, CA 92707

WHEN: Monday, February 4, 2013 at 6:15 p.m.
Refreshments and hors d’oeuvres will be severed at 5:30 pm

To register for this event please contact Vanessa Siliezar at

Event Contact:
Vanessa Siliezar


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