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Robert  E. McNulty

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Philosophy
Ph.D., Columbia University, 2006
MPHIL, Columbia University, 2004
MED, Columbia University, 2000
MIA, Columbia University, 1983
Office: Adamian Academic Center 112 | 781.891._2501 | rmcnulty@bentley.edu
                       


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Teaching Interests

Ethics, philosophy of mind, the psychology of moral development, philosophy of education, comparative religion

Research Interests

Ethical theory, philosophy of mind, the place of applied ethics in organizational strength and trans-cultural understanding

Consulting/Practice Interests

Applied ethics, economic communications, corporate restructuring, crisis communications, strategy development

Professional Links

http://www.AppliedEthics.com

Publications

Journal Articles
Hoffman, W., McNulty, R. E. (2012). Transforming Faith in Corporate Capitalism through Business Ethics. Journal of Business Spirituality and Religion , 9 (3).

Hoffman, W., McNulty, R. E., Banon Gomis, A. J., Guillen Parra, M. (2011). Rethinking the Concept of Sustainability. Business and Society Review.

Hoffman, W., McNulty, R. E. (2009). International Business, Human Rights and Moral Complicity: A Call for a Covenant on the Universal Rights and Duties of Business. Business and Society Review.

Hoffman, W., McNulty, R. E. (2007). When in Rome, Behave as the Romans? European Business Forum, Fall, 2007.

Book Chapters
Hoffman, W, McNulty, R. E. (2011). A Business Ethics Theory of Whistleblowing: Responding to the $1 Trillion Question. In Defense of Proper Action: The Whistle-blowing. Transaction Publisher

Hoffman, W, McNulty, R. E. (2011). Can Corporate Capitalism be Redeemed? Business Ethics and the Search for a Renewed Faith in Work. In Helmut Wautischer, Alan M. Olson, and Gregory J. Walters (Eds.), Philosophical Faith and the Future of Humanity. Springer

Hoffman, W, McNulty, R. E. (2009). Business Ethics Perspectives on International Negotiations. The ABA Guide to International Business Negotiations. Chicago, IL: . American Bar Association