Tobey Karen Scharding
Visiting Assistant Professor
Professor Scharding specializes in business ethics and using ethical theories to guide managerial decision-making, particularly as regards business innovations and new business trends such as cryptocurrencies and artificial intelligence. Her research applies ethical theories from philosophy to managerial decision-making with an aim of enhancing managers' abilities to evaluate the ethics of new workplace practices and new technologies that are not well addressed by existing theories of managerial decision-making. Her articles have been published in leading academic journals such as Business Ethics Quarterly, Journal of Business Ethics, and Business and Society Review. Her book, This Is Business Ethics, was published by Wiley-Blackwell in 2018.
Ph.D., Stanford University; Philosophy
M.A., Johns Hopkins University; Philosophy
B.A., Yale; Philosophy