Thomas R. Piper

Thomas R. Piper

Baker Foundation Professor; Lawrence E. Fouraker Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School

Professor Piper, Baker Foundation Professor and Lawrence E. Fouraker Professor of Business Administration, Emeritus, is a faculty member in the Finance and Accounting Units at the Graduate School of Business Administration.... Read more about Thomas R. Piper

John Rawls

DECEASED: formerly James Bryant Conant University Professor, Emeritus, Harvard University

Professor Rawls is arguably the most important political philosopher of the twentieth century. In many ways, he was single-handedly responsible for the re-birth of the subject in the 1970s: It had been dormant for decades, in large part because of the influence of logical positivism, but it exploded after the publication of his classic book A Theory of Justice.... Read more about John Rawls

Marc J. Roberts

Professor of Political Economy and Health Policy, Harvard School of Public Health

After joining the Harvard faculty in 1969, Professor Roberts taught economics, statistics, ethics, management, environmental policy and health policy in the Economics Department, the Kennedy School, the Law School and, for 30 years, at the School of Public Health. He played a leading role in the World Bank's training efforts on health sector reform around the world, having taught courses and seminars for senior government leaders in nearly thirty countries, and on every continent except Antarctica.... Read more about Marc J. Roberts

Frederick Schauer

David and Mary Harrison Distinguished Professor of Law, University of Virginia
At the Harvard Kennedy School, Fred Schauer was the Frank Stanton Professor of the First Amendment. He has taught the required ethics course for MPP students and courses on freedom of speech and the press at the Kennedy School and the Law School.... Read more about Frederick Schauer
Amartya Sen

Amartya Sen

Thomas W. Lamont University Professor, and Professor of Economics and Philosophy, Harvard University

Professor Sen's research has ranged over a number of fields in economics, philosophy, and decision theory, including social choice theory, welfare economics, theory of measurement, development economics, public health, gender studies, moral and political philosophy, and the economics of peace and war. His books have been translated into more than thirty languages, and include Collective Choice and Social Welfare (1970), On Economic Inequality (1973, 1997), Poverty and Famines (1981), Choice, Welfare and Measurement (1982), Resources, Values and Development (1984), On Ethics and Economics (1987), The Standard of Living (1987), Inequality Reexamined (1992), Development as Freedom (1999), and Rationality and Freedom (2002), The Argumentative Indian (2005), and Identity and Violence: The Illusion of Destiny (2006).... Read more about Amartya Sen

Daniel Steiner

Daniel Steiner

DECEASED: formerly Counsel, Ropes & Gray; former Harvard University General Counsel and Vice President

The Ethics Center received several gifts in support of its core activities from Daniel Steiner, former General Council and Vice President at Harvard. He joined the Center as a Senior Scholar in Ethics during the academic year 1992-1993, and participated in the Fellows seminar and many other activities.... Read more about Daniel Steiner

David B. Wilkins

David B. Wilkins

Lester Kissel Professor of Law; Director, Center on the Legal Profession; Vice Dean for Global Initiatives on the Legal Profession, Harvard Law School


Professor Wilkins is the Lester Kissel Professor of Law, Vice Dean for Global Initiatives on the Legal Profession, and Faculty Director...

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