Paduano Research SymposiumThe Daniel P. Paduano Faculty Research Symposium in Business Ethics, through the generous support of Daniel P. Paduano (MBA '69), was established in 2007 to create and develop an interdisciplinary research community, centered at NYU Stern but encompassing other NYU Faculties, dedicated to research in the field of Business Ethics, incorporating the highest levels of scholarship.
“Our aim with this Symposium is to create a vibrant, self-sustaining community of scholars who are dedicated to unearthing substantive issues in business ethics and to advancing a research-based interdisciplinary understanding of these problems,” said Dean Thomas Cooley.
Beginning in Fall 2007, the Paduano Fellows will participate in monthly seminars taught primarily by leading scholars in the field of business ethics. Paduano Fellows will be charged with integrating business ethics into their own teaching. Faculty from NYU departments, including economics, philosophy, psychology, neural science, sociology, and law; faculty visitors from other universities; and prominent practitioners will be invited to partake in these symposia and help strengthen the business ethics research community in New York City.
Recent guest speakers
- Jules L. Coleman (Yale Law School)
- R. Edward Freeman (University of Virginia, Darden School of Business)
- Nicholas Sturgeon (Cornell University)
- Robert Audi (University of Notre Dame)
- Michael Jensen (Harvard Business School)
- Richard De George (University of Kansas)
- Joshua Greene (Harvard University)
- Norman Bowie (University of Minnesota)
- Jeffrey Moriarity (Bowling Green State University)
- Ian Maitland (University of Minnesota, Carlson School of Management).
Inaugural Paduano Fellows
- Doug Guthrie, Professor of Sociology, Joint Appointment, Department of Sociology, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Faculty Director, Custom and Non-Degree Executive Programs, Academic Director, TRIUM Global Executive MBA Program.
- Foster J. Provost, Associate Professor of Information Systems
- Batia Wiesenfeld, Professor of Management and Organizations
- David Yermack, Professor of Finance