I am assistant professor in the Law and Business department in the Ted Rogers School of Management at, what is for the time being known as, Ryerson University. (Because of Egerton Ryerson’s involvement in the creation of Canada’s horrific residential school system, a name change is currently being contemplated.)
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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 the Ted rogers School, I spent a year as a research fellow at the Centre for Moral and Political Philosophy at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.