I am associate professor in the Law and Business department in the Ted Rogers School of Management at Toronto Metropolitan University. (The school used to be called Ryerson University; the name was changed because of Egerton Ryerson’s connection to Canada’s horrific residential school system.)
You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org
In my research, I work on normative ethical theory and business ethics. My focus within the former is on philosophical theories of well-being and value. In business ethics, I am currently most interested in finding and defeating the best arguments for the conclusion that business and ethics are incompatible.
I hold a BA in Philosophy & Economics from Universität Bayreuth (2008) and received my PhD in Philosophy from the University of Toronto for a thesis on the nature and value of achievement (2014). Before coming to Toronto Met, I spent a year as a research fellow at the Centre for Moral and Political Philosophy at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.