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David M. Wasieleski is a Professor of Management and Business Ethics in the Palumbo-Donahue School of Business at Duquesne University, and Chair of the Management and Marketing Department.  David also holds the Research Chair for Ethics and Innovation at the ICN Business School in Nancy, France. David completed his doctorate in Business Environment and Public Policy in the Katz Graduate School of Business at the University of Pittsburgh.  He received a B.A. in Economics and a Certificate Degree in Accounting from Pitt, and an MBA from Duquesne University. His academic research focuses on natural science approaches to understanding ethical decision-making and the formation of social contracts within organizational contexts.  He also studies the effects of cognitive biases and moral intensity on perceptions of ethical issues.  His work has been published in Business & Society, Business Ethics Quarterly, and the Journal of Business Ethics. His article (with Sefa Hayibor), “Evolutionary Psychology and Business Ethics Research” won the Article of the Year in Business Ethics Quarterly for 2009.  At Duquesne, he teaches business ethics, organizational behavior, management, and public policy.

As a member of the Academy of Management, he is Program Chair of the SIM Division in 2017. David has been very active in other service to the discipline as well.  Recently, he was named Associate Editor for the Humanistic Management Journal. He serves as Associate Editor for the Ethics track for Business & Society as well as Track Editor for Behavioral Business Ethics for the Journal of Business Ethics.  He also holds the position of North American Editor for the Journal of Business Ethics Education.  David is also an Associate Editor for the Sage Business Ethics Encyclopedia, due to be published in 2017. 

As a member of the International Association for Business and Society (IABS), David was elected as Representative-at-Large on the executive board in 2017.  Sponsored by IABS, he is co-editor of the Business and Society 360 book series, published annually by Emerald.

His work on ethics and behavior has been cited in the New York Times, The Atlantic, and on the BBCHe has written an op-ed piece for the Pittsburgh Business Times on cheating behavior in organizations, and he appeared on the Canadian Broadcasting Company national radio show, Spark, for an interview on Facebook and privacy. 

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