January 15, 2024

Faculty Workshop – Paul Forrester

Hariri building, room 310. Paul Forrester (Yale University) will present a paper. Guests are welcome. Lunch will be provided. To reserve a spot, please email the director of the institute, […]

January 15, 2024

Faculty Workshop – Billy Christmas

Hariri building room 310. Billy Christmas (Kings College London) will present a paper. Guests are welcome. Lunch will be provided. To reserve a spot, please email the director of the […]

January 15, 2024

Faculty Workshop – Andrew Allison

Andrew Allison (GISME/ University of Calgary) will present a paper. Guests are welcome. Lunch will be provided. To reserve a spot, please email the director of the institute, Michael Douma […]

January 15, 2024

Faculty Workshop – Chris Freiman

Chris Freiman (GISME/ West Virginia University) will present a paper. Guests are welcome. Lunch will be provided. To reserve a spot, please email the director of the institute, Michael Douma […]

January 15, 2024

Faculty Workshop – Karolina Wisniewska

Hariri building, room 310 Karolina Wisnieswska (Arizona University) will present a paper. Guests are welcome. Lunch will be provided. To reserve a spot, please email the director of the institute, […]

January 4, 2024

Workshop on Teaching Professional Business Ethics

Workshop on Teaching Professional Ethics through Experiential Learning: The Georgetown Approach Teaching business ethics in an effective way presents a difficult challenge. Courses that focus on abstract philosophical ethics employ […]

September 27, 2023

Faculty Workshop – David Schmidtz

Hariri building, room 310. David Schmidtz (Visiting Professor, Georgetown University McDonough School of Business) will present his work-in-progress titled “Business Community and Fraternal Community.” Visitors are welcome and lunch will […]

September 14, 2023

Faculty Workshop – Justin Tosi

Hariri building, room 571. Justin Tosi (Texas Tech University visiting this semester with the Georgetown University McDonough School of Business) will present his work-in-progress. Visitors are welcome and lunch will […]

September 6, 2023

Symposium on The Ethics of University Governance

Hariri building, room 340. Agenda at a Glance 8:15 – 8:30 am – | WelcomeJohn Hasnas, Executive Director, Georgetown Institute for the Study of Markets and Ethics 8:30 – 10:00 […]

September 6, 2023

Faculty Workshop – William Mea

Hariri building, room 310. William Mea (Georgetown University, McCourt School of Public Policy), will present his work-in-progress titled “Person-center AI for executive business ethics.” Visitors are welcome and lunch will […]

September 6, 2023

Faculty Workshop – Deirdre McCloskey

Hariri building, room 310. Deirdre McCloskey (Cato Institute) will present her work-in-progress, a paper titled “The True and Godly Liberal: Public Theology for an Age of Innovism.” Visitors are welcome […]

September 6, 2023

Faculty Workshop – Kobi Finestone

Hariri building, room 310. Kobi Finestone (Chapman University) will present his work-in-progress titled “The Ethics of Mergers and Acquisitions: It’s Not Just Business as Usual.” Visitors are welcome and lunch […]

September 6, 2023

Faculty Workshop – Sean Aas

Hariri 310. Sean Aas (Georgetown University department of philosophy) will present his work-in-progress titled “Mine Alone? Property, Authority, and Unilateral Acquisition.” Visitors are welcome and lunch will be served. Please […]


May 9, 2023

Faculty Workshop – Peter Jaworski and Joshua Stein

Hariri building, room 310. Peter Jaworksi and Joshua Stein will discuss their paper “Individuating Exchanges for Better Ethical Outcomes.” Lunch will be served. All are welcome to attend. Please email […]

May 4, 2023

Faculty Workshop – Ryan Davis

Location: Hariri room 310 Georgetown Visiting Professor Ryan Davis (BYU), will discuss his paper “Justice Just Do It.” Visitors are welcome and lunch will be served. Please email the director […]

April 30, 2023 • Article

Is the effective altruism movement in trouble?

By Olúfẹ́mi O Táíwò and Joshua Stein Sam Bankman-Fried’s recent alleged fraud raises familiar questions about the reliability and regulation of cryptocurrency. But it also calls into question “effective altruism”, […]

April 15, 2023

Faculty Workshop – John Hasnas

John Hasnas will present a paper titled “The Terrible Irony of Teaching Business Ethics in the Modern University.” The event will be in Hariri 310 and lunch will be served. […]

April 11, 2023

Diamantis Manuscript Workshop

Location: Hariri building room 310. This workshop is designed to provide feedback for a new manuscript titled “Law and Philosophy of the Corporate Person” by Mihailis Diamantis (University of Iowa […]

April 6, 2023

Faculty Workshop – Joshua Stein

On Friday, April 14, 2023, Joshua Stein will present a paper titled “Contingency and Sex Work: Cleaning Up Messing in Metaphysics, Markets, and Sex” at the GISME Faculty Workshop. The […]

April 3, 2023

Global Affairs Forum

In partnership with the John Locke Institute, GISME is hosting students for summer program. This interdisciplinary program aims to foster in our students a more sophisticated understanding of the political, […]

March 26, 2023

Faculty Workshop – Philip Yaure

On Friday, March 31st, Philip Yaure of Virginia Tech University will present a paper titled “‘No Separate Peace:’ Race and Contestatory Solidarity in the United Construction Workers Association.” The event […]

March 19, 2023

Faculty Workshop -Garett Jones

Garett Jones (George Mason University) will present a paper in progress titled “Migration as a Culture Transplant: Neoclassical and Institutional Channels.” A second article by Jones is titled “Omitting the […]

February 28, 2023

Faculty Workshop – Jessica Flanigan

Dr. Jessica Flanigan (University of Richmond) will present a work-in-progress titled “Rethinking Chronic Pain.” The abstract is as follows: At least 20% of adults suffer from chronic pain. Pain reprocessing […]


October 11, 2022 • Daily NOUS

Free Business Ethics Course Materials

By Justin Weinberg A team of scholars at Georgetown University have developed a set of open-access resources for teaching and learning business ethics. The package of materials, “Business Ethics in […]


September 12, 2022 • American Institute for Economic Research

The Venture Capitalist Approach to Being an Academic

Traditional capitalist investors seek steady returns on investments with little risk of failure. Venture capitalists, however, invest in an array of risky but potentially high-return projects. Similarly, traditional academics seek […]