Markkula Center of Applied Ethics

Alleviating Poverty Through Profitable Partnerships

Reflections on Markets and the Bottom Billion


Power Point Presentation, By Nicholas Santos, SJ

Dennis Moberg (DBA, USC) holds the Gerald and Bonita Wilki nson Chair of Management and Ethics. His research focuses on business ethics, most particularly the behavioral manifestations of virtues in business. Dennis teaches undergraduate courses in organizational behavior and a graduate course in organizational politics.

Professor Moberg was President of the Society for Business Ethics from 2004-6. His Presidential address entitled, “Practical Wisdom and Business Ethics,” was delivered in August, 2006 at the Society’s meeting in Atlanta. Moberg is on the editorial board of Business Ethics Quarterly.

For more information about Dennis Moberg, please visit his website.

Nicholas Santos, S.J., who recently received an interdisciplinary Ph.D. from Marquette University, joins the Ethics Center as a visiting scholar this fall.

A native of India, Santos is particularly interested in marketing strategy for impoverished market segments and in business ethics. He is the co-author of “’Just’ Markets from the Perspective of Catholic Social Teaching,” in the Journal of Business Ethics among other articles.

Santos was a lecturer at St. Vincent’s College of Commerce, Pune, India, and an accountant for Prashant Udyog & Gaurav Associates, wholesale dealers and transporters in chemicals.

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