Ethics Faculty

Jason Brennan

Robert J. and Elizabeth Flanagan Family Professor

Political power • Interest groups • Ethics in voting • Ethics in commercial society • Competence • Voters pathology • Voters processing information • Voter turnout • Compulsory voting • Democratic theory • Freedom and political bias • Commodification (what can and cannot be for sale) • Capitalism versus socialism • Social justice • Political resistance • Police violence • Dysfunction in the criminal justice system • Dysfunction in higher education

Michael Douma

Assistant Research Professor and Director, Georgetown Institute for the Study of Markets and Ethics

History of business in America • Philosophy of history • History of markets • Ethics

Language skill: Dutch

William English

Assistant Professor

Ethics • Education • Public policy • Political economy • Political theory • Experimental social science • Behavioral genomics

John Hasnas

Professor and Executive Director, Georgetown Institute for the Study of Markets and Ethics

Ethics • Criminal law • White-collar crime

Peter Jaworski

Associate Teaching Professor

Applied ethics • Social and political philosophy • Normative ethics • Bioethics • Philosophy of law and art • Personal identity

Language skill: Polish

Edward Soule

Associate Professor

Managerial ethics • Corporate social responsibility • Where morality intersects management • Corporate strategy • Regulatory policy