Alexei Marcoux
Alexei Marcoux, Ph.D.
Professor of Business Ethics and Society
Department of Marketing & Management
  • Bowling Green State University: PhD Applied Philosophy, 2001; MA Philosophy, 1995
  • Tulane University: Graduate study in Economics and Philosophy, 1991-3
  • University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law: One-L curriculum completed, 1988-9
  • University of San Francisco: BA Economics (Politics minor), 1988

Finalist, St. Ignatius Loyola Award (University-wide teaching excellence award), Loyola University Chicago, 2014

Vernon Buehler Endowment Visiting Scholar in Business Ethics and Principled Entrepreneurship, Jon M. Huntsman School of Business, Utah State University, 2014 (8-10 January)

Paid Sabbatical Leave Recipient, Loyola University Chicago, 2008-9 Resident Scholarship, Liberty Fund, Inc., 2008 autumn-winter

Featured Paper (for ‘Moral Partiality in Business Practice’), Society for Business Ethics Annual Meeting, 2008

Faculty Member of the Year, Loyola University Chicago, Graduate School of Business, 2005

Prudential Lecturer in Business Ethics, Rutgers Business School, 2005 spring Visiting Scholarship, Social Philosophy & Policy Center, 2004 autumn

Faculty Summer Research Fellowship, Loyola University Chicago, School of Business Adnllrrlstration,2003

Philosophy Department Nominee for University Distinguished Dissertation Award, Bowling Green State University,  2001

H.B.EarhartFellowship(fordissertation),EarhartFoundation, 1998-9

Humane Studies Fellowship (for dissertation), Institute for Humane Studies, 1998-9 University Dissertation Fellowship, Bowling Green State University, 1998-9 Graduate Assistantship,  Bowling Green State University,  1993-8

Best Paper Award (for ‘A Fiduciary Argument Against Stakeholder Theory’), Society for Business Ethics Annual Meeting, 1998

Best Paper Award (for ‘Freeman and Evan: Stakeholder Theory in the Original Position’), Society for Business Ethics Annual Meeting, 1997

Graduate Fellowship, Tulane University, 1991-3

Legal Education Endowment Fund Scholarship, University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, 1988-9

University of Kansas, School of Business: Visiting Associate Professor of Strategic Management, 2014-present

Loyola University Chicago, Quinlan School of Business: Associate Professor of Business Ethics (2006-present), Assistant Professor of Business Ethics (2000-6), 2000- present

Loyola University New Orleans, Center for Spiritual Capital: Senior Research Fellow, 2008-present

Liberty Fund, Inc.: Resident Scholar, 2008 summer-fall

Social Philosophy & Policy Center: Visiting Scholar, 2004 fall

University of Pennsylvania, The Wharton School, Legal Studies and Business Ethics: Visiting Assistant Professor, 2003 spring

Saint Cloud State University, Philosophy: Visiting Assistant Professor, 1999-2000

Yale Law School: Visiting Scholar in Residence (supervised by Jules L. Coleman), 1999 spring

Tiffin University, Philosophy: Adjunct Instructor, 1998 summer

 Textbook: The Ethics of Business: A Concise Introduction (co-author: Al Gini) (Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield, 2012)

Reader: Case Studies in Business Ethics, 6e (co-editor: Al Gini) (Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2009)

Articles

‘The Added Complexity of Social Entrepreneurship: A Knowledge-Based

Approach’ (co-author: Ugur Uygur), Journal of Social Entrepreneurship 4(2) (2013):  132-152, http:l/dx.doi.org/10.1080/19420676.2013.777357

‘Triadic Stakeholder Theory Revisited’, in Alexander Brink, ed., Corporate Governance and Business Ethics (Dordrecht: Springer, 2011), 259-280

‘Business Ethics’, in Edward N Zalta, ed., Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (ISSN 1095-5054; http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/ethics-businessD (first appeared 16 April2008)

Reprinted in French translation in Certified General Accountants Association of Canada, Ethics Readings Handbook (a continuing professional education text, 2011)

‘Is a Market for Values a Value in Markets?’, Reason Papers 31 (Fall2009): 97-107 (issue appeared April2010)

‘Business-Focused Business Ethics’, in Jeffery Smith, ed., Normative Theory and Business Ethics (Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield, 2009), 17-34

‘Retrieving Business Ethics From Political Philosophy’, Journal of Private Enterprise 24(2) (2009): 21-33

‘Ethics, Business, and Business Ethics’ (co-author: Al Gini), in Gini and Marcoux, eds., Case Studies in Business Ethics, 6e (co-editor: Al Gini) (Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Prentice Hall, 2009)

‘Much Ado About Price Discrimination’, Journal of Markets & MoraliiJ’ 9(1) (2006): 57-69

Reprinted in AI Gini and Alexei Marcoux, eds., Case Studies in Business Ethics, 6e (Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Prentice Hall, 2009), 360-367

‘Social Contract’, in DavidS Clark, ed., Encyclopedia of Law and SocieiJI: American and Global Perspectives (Los Angeles: Sage Publications, 2007), 1390-1392

‘The Concept of Business in Business Ethics’, Journal of Private Enterprise 21(2) (2006): 50-67

‘A Counterintuitive Argument for Resume Embellishment’, Journal of Business Ethics 63(2) (2006): 183-194

‘The Libertarian Alternative to Social Justice’, in Michael J Maher and Daniel Hartnett, S.J., eds., Just Readings (an online social justice reader, accessible via Internet at http:/lblogs.luc.edu/socialjustice/files/2012/02/JustReadings.pdf),     65-68 (first appeared 2005)

‘A Fiduciary Argument Against Stakeholder Theory’, Business Ethics Quarterly 13(1) (2003): 1-24

Reprinted in Jeremy Moon, Mark Orlitzky, and Glen Whelan, eds., Governance and Business Ethics: A Reader (Cheltenham, U.K.: Edward Elgar, 2010}, chapter  11
Reprinted in Abe J Zakhem, Daniel E Palmer, and MaryLyn Stoll, eds., Stakeholder Theory: Essential Readings in Ethical Leadership and Management (Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus, 2007)

‘Snipers, Stalkers, and Nibblers: Online Auction Business Ethics’, Journal_of Business Ethics 46(2) (2003): 163-173

Reprinted in AI Gini and Alexei Marcoux, eds., Case Studies in Business Ethics, 6e (Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Prentice Hall, 2009), 370-381

‘Balancing Act’, in Joseph R DesJardins and John J McCall, eds., Contemporary Issues in Business Ethics, 4e (Belmont, Calif.: Wadsworth, 2000), 92-100

‘Freeman and Evan: Stakeholder Theory in the Original Position’ (co-author: James W. Child), Business Ethics Quarterly 9(2) (1999): 207-223

‘Who are the Stakeholders? The Failure of the Stakeholder-as-Contractor View’,

Business & Professional Ethics Journal17(3) (1998): 79-108

Conference  Proceedings

‘Social Entrepreneurs’  Attitudes Toward Knowledge  Protection  and Sharing’ (co-author: Ugur Uygur) Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research Vol. 32, Iss. 19, Article 18 (2012)

‘Toward a Knowledge-Based Theory of Social Entrepreneurship’ (co-author: Ugur Uygur), Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Corporate Social ResponsibiliiJI, New Orleans

‘Malden Mills: When Being a Good Company Isn’t Good Enough’ (co-author: Al Gini), Proceedings of The Good Company: Sixth International Symposium on Catholic Social Thought and Management Education, Pontifical University of St. Thomas (Angelicum), Rome

Reprinted in AI Gini and Alexei Marcoux, eds., Case Studies in Business Ethics, 6e (Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Prentice Hall, 2009), 432-437

Occasional Papers and Opinion Pieces

Commissioned response essay:  ‘For Shareholder Wealth Maximization, Against Corporate Purpose’ (in response to George A. Mocsary,  ’The Future of Shareholder Wealth Maximization’), Libert;y Forum, 5 December 2013 (accessible  via  Internet  at http://www.libertylawsite.org/liberty-forum/for­ sbareholder-wealth-maximization-against-corporate-purposeD

Op-ed: ‘Business schools should get back to teaching business’ (co-author AI Gini uncredited, due to publisher’s rules), Crain’s Chicago Business, 26 November 2007 (on the myopic, hot-jobs focus business schools and students)

Op-ed: ‘Friedman Ethics Theory Often Misunderstood’, Chicago Sun-Times, 29 January 2007, 55 (on Milton Friedman’s theory of corporate social responsibility)

•ReprintedinHeartland Perspectives, 22January2007, underthetitle’Milton Friedman:BusinessEthicist’(accessibleviaInternetathtQJ:I/heartland.org/ new!!.llaper-submission/2007/01/22/milton-friedman-busjness-ethicist’? artld=20667)

‘Business Ethics Gone Wrong’, Cato Policy Report 22(3) (2000): 1, 10-12

Reprinted in Marc Street, ed., Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Management, 2e (Dubuque, Ia.: McGraw-Hill Dushkin, 2007)
Reprinted in Marc Street, ed., Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Controversial Issues

in Management, 1e (Dubuque, Ia.: McGraw-Hill Dushkin, 2005)

Reprinted in Parth J Shah, ed., The Morality of Markets (New Delhi: Academic Foundation Press, 2004), 181-188
Reprinted in Parth J Shah, ed., Do Corporations Have Social Responsibility? (New Delhi: Centre for Civil Society, 2001), 10-17

Invited Talks

‘Should Classical Liberals Say More About Entrepreneurship  Than “We Like It”?’, Students for Liberty Austin Regional Conference, University of Texas, 1 November 2014

‘Are Libertarians Liberals, Conservatives, or Something Else?’, Students for Liberty Kansas Regional Conference, Friends University, Wichita (Kan.), 18 October 2014 (scheduled)

‘Further Adventures in the Market for Values’, Chapman University, Orange (Calif.), 7 April 2014

‘Adventures in the Market for Values’, West Virginia University, Morgantown (W.V.), 24 March 2014

‘The Main Debate: Liberty versus the New Paternalism’, Students for Liberty, Northwestern University, 5 February 2014

‘The New Paternalism’, Jon M. Huntsman School of Business, Utah State University, 9 January 2014

‘The Main Debate: Liberty versus the New Paternalism’, Young Americans for Liberty, Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis, 2 November 2013

‘The Main Debate: Liberty versus the New Paternalism’, Young Americans for Liberty, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 23 October 2013

‘Adventures in the Market for Values’, Ted Rogers School of Management, Ryerson University, 8 October 2013

‘Liberalism and Its Competing Conceptions of Social Justice’, Stavros Center for Economic Education, Florida State University, 9 September 2013

‘Do Markets Make Us Better Morally?’, Collins School of Business, University of Tulsa, 27 March 2013

‘The Exclusive Conversation in Business Ethics’, Jon M. Huntsman School of Business, Utah State University, 14 January 2013

‘Moral Partiality in Business Practice’, Georgetown Institute for the Study of Markets

and Ethics, McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University, 9 November 2012

‘Liberty Versus Paternalism’, Students for Liberty Midwest Regional Conference, University of Chicago, 3 November 2012

‘Should Classical Liberals Say More About Entrepreneurship Than ”We Like It”?’, Institute for Humane Studies, Arlington (Va.), 25 July 2012

‘Moral Partiality in Business Practice’, Center for Ethics and Entrepreneurship,  Rockford College, 29 September 2011

‘Business Ethics For the Rest of Us’, Miller College of Business, Ball State University, 5 November  2009

‘Business Ethics For the Rest of Us’, Bastiat Society, Charleston (S.C.), 5 August 2009 ‘Business Ethics For the Rest of Us’, Columbia Economics Club, Columbia (S.C.), 5

August 2009

‘Hayek’s Epistemic Case for Entrepreneurial Capitalism’, Center for Ethics and Entrepreneurship, Rockford College, 31 October 2007

‘Moral Partiality in Business Practice’, School of Business Administration, Loyola University Chicago, 27 April 2007

‘Reservation Price Deception  and Mutually Beneficial Exchange’, Opus College of Business, University of St. Thomas (Minn.), 30 October 2006

‘Toward an Entrepreneurial  Conception  of Business’, Strategic Management  Proseminar, College of Business, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,  10 March 2006

‘Philosophy: Accountants  Need It’, College of Business Administration  and National Center for Business Ethics, Loyola University New Orleans, 20 February 2006

‘Business-Focused Business Ethics’, Daniels College of Business, University of Denver, 23 January 2006

‘Business-Focused Business Ethics’, Dean’s Research Workshop, School of Business Administration, Loyola University Chicago, 5 December 2005

‘Deception and Benefit in Business’, Spring 2005 Prudential Lecture, Prudential Business Ethics Center, Rutgers Business School, Rutgers University, 31 March 2005

‘Reservation Price Deception and Mutually Beneficial Exchange’, Social Philosophy & Policy Center and Department of Philosophy, Bowling Green State University, 1 October 2004

‘Much Ado About Online Price Discrimination’, Department of Management and Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, Santa Clara University, 15 December 2003

‘Toward a General Theory of Fiduciary Relations’, Legal Studies Department, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, 14 November 2002

‘Snipers, Stalkers, and Nibblers: Online Auction Business Ethics’, Department of Management and Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, Santa Clara University, 4 March2002

‘Shareholder Theory in Schematic Form’, Strategic Management  Research Center, Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota, 6 October 2000

‘Conflict or Harmony Among Stakeholder Interests?’, Saint Cloud State University Philosophy Department, 11April 2000

‘Business Ethics: The State of Play’, Saint Cloud State University Philosophy Department, 4 November 1999

Conference Presentations

‘After the Eclipse of the Public Corporation: Toward an Uncorporate Governance in Business Ethics’, International Convention of the Association of Private Enterprise Education,  Las Vegas,  15 April2014

‘Why the Free in Free Markets?’, International Convention of the Association of Private Enterprise Education,  Las Vegas,  15 April2014

‘Post-Nostalgic Business Ethics: Making Peace with Creative Destruction’, International Convention of the Association of Private Enterprise Education, Maui, 16 April 2013

‘Social Entrepreneurs’ Attitudes Toward Knowledge Protection and Sharing’ (co-author Ugur Uygur presented) 33rd Babson Colle e Entrepreneurship Research Conference, EMLYON Business School, Ecully (France), 4-8 June 2013

‘Toward a Knowledge-Based Theory of Social Entrepreneurship’ (co-author Ugur Uygur presented), Tenth International Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility, New Orleans, 18 June 2011

‘Hayek’s Epistemic Case for Entrepreneurial  Capitalism’, International Convention of the Association of Private Enterprise Education, Las Vegas, 13April2010

‘The Financial Crisis and the University-Based  Business School’, International Convention of the Association of Private Enterprise Education, Las Vegas, 12 April2010

‘Is a Market for Values a Value in Markets?’, International Convention of the Association of Private Enterprise Education, Guatemala City, 6 April 2009

‘Moral Partiality in Business Practice’, Society for Business Ethics Annual Meeting, Anaheim, 10 August 2008

‘Retrieving Business Ethics From Political Philosophy’, International Convention of the Association of Private Enterprise Education, Las Vegas, 7 April 2008

‘What are Market-Based Arguments Intended to Show?’ in ‘Relation of Business Ethics to Markets’ (workshop), International Association of Business and Society Meeting, Florence,  1June 2007

‘Malden Mills: When Being a Good Company Isn’t Good Enough’ (co-author Al Gini co-presented), The Good Company: Sixth International Symposium on Catholic Social Thought and Management Education, Pontifical University of StThomas (Angelicum), Rome, 6 October 2006

Discussant:  ’Corporate Social Responsibility’  (panel), AACSB Mid-Continent East Meeting, Chicago, 2 October 2006

Discussant: ‘Markets and Business Ethics’ (panel), Society for Business Ethics Annual Meeting, Atlanta, 11August 2006

‘Business as a Practice: The Entrepreneurial Conception’, International Convention of the Association of Private Enterprise Education, Las Vegas, 4 April 2006

‘Friedman’s Expertise Argument Revis(it)ed’, International Convention of the Association of Private Enterprise Education, Orlando, 4 April 2005

‘After Hansmann: What Remains of the Corporate Governance Debate?’, Third Biennial Global Conference on Business Ethics, Santa Clara University, 19 February 2005

‘The Abuse and Use of Morality Pays’, Society for Business Ethics Annual Meeting, New Orleans, 7 August 2004

‘Judea-Christian Business Ethics: A Cautious Case for Epistemic Authority’,

International Ecumenical Conference: The Ethics of Commerce, Institute for Ethics and Spirituality in Business, Loyola University New Orleans, 12 June 2004

‘The At-Will Doctrine in Employment and Employee Rights’  (author meets critics panel on Patricia Werhane, et al, Employment and Employee Rights), Society for Business Ethics, American Philosophical Association Central Division Meetings, Chicago,  23 April2004

‘A Counterintuitive Argument for Resume Embellishment’,  Society for Business Ethics Annual Meeting, Seattle, 2 August 2003

‘Snipers, Stalkers, and Nibblers: Online Auction Business Ethics’, Society for Business Ethics Annual Meeting, Denver, 9 August 2002

‘Triadic Stakeholder Theory Reconsidered’, Society for Business Ethics Annual Meeting, Washington (D. C.), 3 August 2001

Discussant: ‘New Directions in Business Ethics’ (panel), First Biennial Global Conference on Business Ethics, Santa Clara University, 24 February 2001

‘Conflict or Harmony Among Stakeholder Interests?’, Society for Business Ethics Annual Meeting, Toronto, 5 August 2000

Discussant:  ’Kantian Approaches to Business Ethics’  (author meets critics panel on Norman Bowie, Business Ethics: A Kantian Perspective), Society for Business Ethics Annual Meeting, Toronto, 4 August 2000

‘Comments on Wood and Logsdon, “Toward a Theory of Business Citizenship” ’, Sixth Ruffin Lectures in Business Ethics, Darden Graduate School of Business Administration,  University of Virginia, 3 October 1999

Discussant:  ‘Stakeholder Theory: Libertarian Defenses’  (panel), Society for Business Ethics Annual Meeting, Chicago, 7 August 1999

‘States of Individual Production and Contractarian Baselines: Donaldson’s Project Reconsidered’, Society for Business Ethics, American Philosophical Association Central Division Meetings, New Orleans, 6 May 1999

‘Balancing Act’, Society for Business Ethics, American Philosophical Association Eastern Division Meetings, Washington (D.C.), 28 December 1998

‘A Fiduciary Argument Against Stakeholder Theory’, Society for Business Ethics Annual Meeting, San Diego, 8 August 1998

‘Coming to Terms with Consequentialism:  Stakeholder Theory and its Conceptual Roots’, Society for Business Ethics, American Philosophical Association Central Division Meetings, Chicago, 8 May 1998

‘Freeman and Evan: Stakeholder Theory in the Original Position’ (co-presenter: James W Child), Society for Business Ethics Annual Meeting, Boston, 9 August 1997

‘Stakeholder Theory’s Ephemeral Normative Core’ (co-presenter: James W Child), Society for Business Ethics, American Philosophical Association Central Division Meetings, Pittsburgh, 24 April1997

Invited Roundtable Discussions

Discussion leader, ‘Liberty and Equality’, The Fund for American Studies and Liberty Fund Co-Sponsored Colloquium, Arlington (Va.), 6-8 February 2015 (scheduled)

Lecturer,  ’Weekend Exploring Liberty’  (lectures: liberalism and its competing conceptions of justice;  liberty versus the new paternalism), Institute for Humane Studies Seminar, Clemson University (S.C.), 4-5 April2014

Discussion leader, ‘Liberty and Equality’, The Fund for American Studies and Liberty Fund Co-Sponsored Colloquium, Arlington (Va.), 7-10 February 2014

Lecturer, ‘Weekend Exploring Liberty’ (lecture: liberalism and its competing conceptions of justice), Liberty Studies Program, University of Illinois-Springfield, 15-16 November 2013

Lecturer, ‘Liberty and Dignity: Personal Freedom Weekend Seminar’ (lectures: rights and utility; paternalism, harm, and classical liberalism), Cato Institute, Washington (D.C.), 8-9 November 2013

Discussion leader, ‘Corporate Governance in a Free Society’, Liberty Fund Colloquium, New Orleans, 24-27 October 2013

Lecturer, ‘Ideas and Liberty’ (lecture: liberty versus the new paternalism), Institute for Liberal Studies, University of Waterloo (Canada), 28 September 2013

Lecturer and Discussion Leader, ‘Morality, Capitalism and Freedom’ (lectures: liberty versus paternalism; competing conceptions of justice; rights and utility; business ethics), Institute for Humane Studies Summer Seminar, Wake Forest University (Winston-Salem, N.C.), 13-19 July 2013

Discussant, ‘Disruptive Innovation Workshop: Ethics and Entrepreneurship’, Jon M. Huntsman School of Business, Utah State University, Logan, 23-26 May 2013

Lecturer, ‘Weekend Exploring Liberty’ (lectures: rights and equality; competing conceptions of justice), Institute for Humane Studies Seminar, Duquesne University (Pittsburgh), 18-19 January 2013

Panelist, ‘The Nature of the Firm’, Freedom and Free Enterprise Program, John Templeton Foundation, Philadelphia, 15 October 2012

Lecturer and discussion leader, ‘Ethics and Values in Philanthropy’, Institute for Philanthropy and Voluntary Service of The Fund for American Studies, Washington (D.C.), 11June-31 July 2012

Lecturer and Discussion Leader, ‘Journalism and a Free Society’ (lectures: legal paternalism; competing conceptions of justice; ethical theory), Institute for Humane Studies Summer Seminar, Loyola University Chicago, 2-8 June 2012

Discussant, ‘Applying the Lessons of Markets to Management’, Charles Koch Institute and Liberty Fund Co-Sponsored Colloquium, Arlington (Va.), 12-15 April2012

Lecturer, ‘Weekend Exploring Liberty’ (lectures: legal paternalism; competing conceptions of justice; rights theories), Institute for Humane Studies Seminar, The King’s College (New York City), 2-3 March 2012

Discussion leader, ‘Do Economics and Business Studies Advance Liberal Education and a Free Society?’, Liberty Fund Colloquium, New Orleans, 13-16 October 2011

Conference director and discussant, ‘Responsibility in Financial Reporting’, Liberty Fund Colloquium, Indianapolis, 3-6 June 2010

Invited discussant, ‘Corporate Governance: Liberty versus Equality’, Liberty Fund Colloquium, Naples (Fla.), 7-10 January 2010

Invited discussant, ‘The Theme of Liberty in Wilhelm Ropke’s Humane Economy’,

Liberty Fund Colloquium, Hermosa Beach (Calif.), 17-20 September 2009

Invited discussant, ‘Market-Based Management University’, Koch Industries, Wichita (Kan.), 27-31 July 2009

Invited discussant, ‘Business Ethics in a Free World’, Liberty Fund Colloquium, Charlotte, 11-14 June 2009

Invited discussant, ‘The Gaming Industry and the U.S. Economy’, American Gaming Association, Chicago, 16 April2009

Invited discussant, ‘The Invisible Entrepreneur and Liberty’, Liberty Fund Colloquium, Seattle, 2-5 October 2008

Invited discussant, ‘Socratic Leadership Seminar II’, Liberty Fund Seminar, Indianapolis, 18-20 April 2008

Invited discussant, ‘Liberty and Ethical Inquiry’, H. B. Earhart Fellows Conference, Savannah, 22-24 February 2008

Invited discussant, ‘The Seven Deadly Sins and Business Ethics’, Center for Risk Management and Corporate Governance, Loyola University Chicago, 14 November 2007

Invited discussant, ‘Rationality, Markets and Freedom in the Thought of Max Weber’, Liberty Fund Colloquium, Miami, 2-5 August 2007

Invited discussant, ‘Liberty and Corporate Ethical Responsibility in the Contemporary Business Environment’, Liberty Fund Colloquium, Arlington (Va.), 2-5 February 2006

Invited discussant, ‘The Rule of Law and Liberty’, Liberty Fund Colloquium, New Orleans, 20-23 January 2005

Invited discussant, Workshop on Capitalism and Morality, Department of Philosophy, University  of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 9-11 April2004

Invited discussant,  ’Liberty and Law in the Works of John Locke’, Liberty Fund Colloquium, Tucson, 3-6 April 2003

Invited discussant,  ’Liberal Perfectionism and Liberty’, Liberty Fund Colloquium, Annapolis, May 2002

Media Appearances

Interviewed for Center for Ethics and Entrepreneurship interview series (http:// www.ethicsandentrepreneurship.org/20111004/cee-interview-with-alexei­ marcoux/), debuted 4 October 2011, topic: moral partiality in business practice

Quoted extensively and photographed  in ‘Working Across a Digital Divide: When You’re Connected, But Your Colleague Isn’t’, Crain’s Chicago Business, 6 September 2010 (article on technological  odd couples working together)

Guest on First Principles (Foundation for Economic Education podcast series), Episode 11: On Business Ethics, debuted 7 October 2009, topic: business ethics, corporate social responsibility, regulation of markets

Quoted in Kevin Nance, ‘Good Grief’, Chicago Sun-Times, 12 February 2006, B10 (article on AI Gini’s Why It’s Hard to be Good)

Guest on Straight Talk with Jerry Hughes, Accent Radio Network, 17 August 2005, 3-4p (EDT), topic: corporate governance, corporate social responsibility, regulation of markets,  Sarbanes-Oxley

Quoted in Penelope Patsuris, ‘Can Integrity Be Taught?’, Forbes, 4 October 2002

Grant in support of joint Loyola University Chicago-Northwestern University reading group (secured jointly with Lynne Kiesling, administered by Loyola University Chicago; $2000), Charles Koch Foundation, 2014

Grant in support of joint Northwestern University-Loyola University Chicago reading group (secured jointly with Lynne Kiesling, administered by Northwestern University; $1500), Charles Koch Foundation, 2013

Grant in support of undergraduate teaching in ethics and entrepreneurship  ($8500), Charles Koch Foundation, 2009-2011

Course Reduction Award Recipient, Loyola University Chicago, School of Business Administration and Office of Research Services, 2007-8

Course Reduction Award Recipient, Loyola University Chicago, School of Business Administration and Office of Research Services, 2006-7

Tenure-Track Faculty Development Grant (two-course release), Loyola University Chicago, 2004 autumn

  • Association of Private Enterprise Education Michael Oakeshott Association
  • Social Responsibility Research Network
  • Society for Business Ethics
  • The International Adam Smith Society