Christopher M. Michaelson
Associate Professor: Ethics and Business Law Department
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B.A., philosophy, Northwestern University
M.A., philosophy, University of Minnesota
Ph.D., philosophy, University of Minnesota
Aesthetics and ethics
"Reading Leaders' Minds: In Search of the Canon of 21st Century Global Capitalism," Asian Journal of Business Ethics 1:1 (2012).
"Cantor Fitzgerald and September 11" (teaching case), Journal of Business Ethics Education (2012).
“Mann Meets Humanity in Davos,” The Huffington Post (2012). Online at http://www.huffingtonpost.com/christopher-michaelson-phd/davos-2012_b_1245312.html.
"The Importance of Meaningful Work," MIT Sloan Management Review 51:2 (2010).
“Revisiting the Global Business Ethics Question,” Business Ethics Quarterly 20:2 (2010).
- “Work and the Most Terrible Life,” Journal of Business Ethics (2008).
- “Meaningful Motivation for Work Motivation Theory,” Academy of Management Review 30:2 (2005).
New York University Stern School of Business, business and society program faculty, 2005-present.
Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, visiting faculty, 2002-2005.
PricewaterhouseCoopers International Limited, advisory, 1998-present.