The Philosophy, Politics, and Economics Review is housed in the Kellogg Center for Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at Virginia Tech. The Center is a hub for cutting-edge interdisciplinary research and research-centered teaching in the humanities and social sciences and one of the first research centers in the world dedicated to interdisciplinary research in PPE.
The Center conducts foundational research in central areas of PPE and offers an innovative research and learning environment that allows faculty and students to work collaboratively on problems of tomorrow’s world.
The Center oversees two undergraduate degree programs (a major and minor in PPE) that train students to become leaders in the 21st century and develop comprehensive solutions to complex interdisciplinary decision-making problems, solutions that are not only economically sound, but also socially, ethically, and politically informed.
In addition, the Center organizes events and activities that foster dialogue among faculty, students, and the public. Past and present guest speakers include Kyoto Prize Winner Martha Nussbaum, Nobel Prize Winner Amartya Sen, New York Times bestselling author Dan Ariely, award-winning British historian Adam Tooze, Nobel Prize Winner Esther Duflo, and award-winning philosopher, cultural theorist, and novelist Kwame Anthony Appiah.
The Philosophy, Politics, and Economics Review by the Kellogg Center for Philosophy, Politics, and Economics is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted. Journal ISSN: 2766-7855.