Rev. 8/2018KENNETH E. GOODPASTERCURRICULUM VITAESHORT BIO: Kenneth Goodpaster earned his A.B. in mathematics from theUniversity of Notre Dame and his A.M. and Ph.D. in philosophy at the University ofMichigan. Goodpaster taught graduate and undergraduate philosophy at theUniversity of Notre Dame throughout the 1970's before joining the Harvard BusinessSchool faculty in 1980, where he developed the ethics curriculum. In 1990Goodpaster left Harvard to accept the David and Barbara Koch Endowed Chair inBusiness Ethics at the University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN. At St. Thomas, he hastaught in undergraduate, MBA and executive educational programs – where he isProfessor Emeritus.CURRENT AND FORMER POSITIONSDavid and Barbara Koch Professor of Business Ethics - EmeritusUniversity of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN (2014-present)David and Barbara Koch Professor of Business Ethics,University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN (1989-2014)Visiting Professor,Harvard University,Graduate School of Business Administration (1989-90)Associate Professor,Harvard University,Graduate School of Business Administration (1982-89)Post-Doctoral Research Fellow and Lecturer,Harvard University,Graduate School of Business Administration (1980-82)Instructor and Assistant Professor,University of Notre Dame, Department of Philosophy (1971-80)EDUCATIONA.B. (Mathematics)University of Notre Dame, 1967 (maxima cum laude)A.M. (Philosophy)University of Michigan, 1969Ph.D. (Philosophy)University of Michigan, 1973Post-doctoral Study(Environmental Ethics)Oxford University, U.K., 1976Area of Special Graduate Study: Ethics (with William K. Frankena, C. L.Stevenson, R. B. Brandt, R. M. Hare, and Elizabeth Beardsley)
2PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONSAND RESPONSIBILITIESBoard of Trustees, The Church of St. Thomas More, Archdiocese of St. Paul andMinneapolis (2005-present)Editorial Board, Business Ethics Quarterly (2007-2016)Editorial Board, Human Values(Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta)Occasional Reviewer, Journal of Business EthicsMember, Society for Business Ethics(Charter member, past Executive Chairman)Founding Member, International Society for Business, Economics, and Ethics (ISBEE)BOOKS (chronological order)Perspectives on Morality: Essays by W.K. Frankena, (University of Notre Dame Press,1976).Ethics and Problems of the 21st Century, (University of Notre Dame Press, 1979).Regulation, Values, and the Public Interest, (University of Notre Dame Press, 1980).Ethics in Management, (Harvard Business School, 1984). Course Module (9-985001), Teacher's Manual (5-985-003), Follow-Up Cases (1-985-002), VideoSupplement of 10 half-hour programs (9-886-020).Policies and Persons: A Casebook in Business Ethics, with John B. Matthews andLaura L. Nash, (McGraw-Hill, 1985). Teacher's Manual and Follow-Up Cases included.Policies and Persons: A Casebook in Business Ethics, with John B. Matthews andLaura L. Nash, (McGraw-Hill, 1991). Revised 2nd Edition.Policies and Persons: A Casebook in Business Ethics, with Laura L. Nash, (McGrawHill, 1998). Revised 3rd Edition.Managerial Decision Making and Ethical Values, Course Module (2313) andInstructor's Manual (2321), with Thomas R. Piper, (Harvard Business SchoolPublishing Division, 1989).Ethical Aspects of Business: An Introduction, with Dawn R. Elm (Houghton MifflinCoursewise Web Textbook, 1999).Business Ethics: Policies and Persons, with Laura L. Nash and Henri-Claude deBettignies, (McGraw-Hill, 2006). Revised 4th Edition.
3Business Ethics: Policies and Persons, with Laura L. Nash and Henri-Claude deBettignies, (McGraw-Hill, 2006). Revised 4th Edition Instructor’s Manual (CD).Conscience and Corporate Culture, (UK: Wiley-Blackwell Publishers, 2007).Goodpaster, K., Executive Editor, Corporate Responsibility: The AmericanExperience. Cambridge University Press. (2012).ARTICLES (chronological order)"Morality and Dialogue," The Southern Journal of Philosophy, XIII (Spring, 1975), pp.55-70."Does Recent Moral Philosophy Rest on a Mistake?" The Personalist, LVII (Summer,1976), pp. 221-29."An Ethical Analysis of Power Company Decision Making," (with K. M. Sayre) inValues in the Electric Power Industry, University of Notre Dame Press, 1977, pp.238-88."Ethics, Education, and the Environment," in Environmental Education Today, VolumeII, ed. by Schoenfield and Disinger, Ohio State University Press, 1978, pp. 252-56."From Egoism to Environmentalism," in Goodpaster and Sayre, eds., Ethics andProblems of the 21st Century, University of Notre Dame Press, 1979, pp. 21-35."Morality and Organizations," in Proceedings of the Second National Conference onBusiness Ethics, Bentley College, 1978. (Reprinted in Donaldson and Werhane, eds.,Ethical Issues in Business: A Philosophical Approach, Prentice-Hall, 1979 and 1983.)"On Being Morally Considerable," Journal of Philosophy, LXXV (June, 1978), pp. 30825. (Reprinted in Scherer and Attig, eds., Ethics and the Environment, Prentice-Hall,1983; in Oksanen and Rauhala-Hayes, eds., YMPARISTO-filosofia, Gaudeamus, 1997[Finland]; in R. Kerry Turner and Ian Bateman, eds., Managing the Environment forSustainable Growth, Volume: Environmental Ethics and Philosophy (Edward ElgarPublishing Limited, 2001; and in Environmental Ethics: Readings in Theory andApplication, Louis P. Pojman, ed., Wadsworth Publishing Company, 1998 and 2001,pp. 112-118.)"Ethics and Business," in Syllabi for the Teaching of Management Ethics, Society forValues in Higher Education, 1979, pp. 13-56."Morality as a System of Categorical Imperatives," Journal of Value Inquiry, XV(1981), pp. 179-97."Kohlbergian Theory: A Philosophical Counterinvitation," Ethics, 92 (April, 1982), pp.491-98."Is Teaching Ethics 'Making' or 'Doing'?" Hastings Center Report, 12 (February,1982), pp. 37-39.
4“Can a Corporation Have a Conscience?" (with John B. Matthews), Harvard BusinessReview, 60 (January-February, 1982), pp. 132-41. (Reprinted in Beauchamp andBowie, eds., Ethical Theory and Business, Prentice-Hall, 1983, in Hoffman andMoore, Business Ethics, McGraw-Hill, 1984; in Andrews, ed., Ethics in Practice, HBSPress, 1989); in Michael Boylan, ed., Business Ethics, Prentice Hall, 2001.) Recentlyreprinted in Harvard Business Review on Corporate Responsibility (August 2003)."The Concept of Corporate Responsibility," in Tom Regan, ed., Just Business: NewIntroductory Essays in Business Ethics, Random House, 1984. (Also published earlierin the Journal of Business Ethics, 2 (February, 1983), pp. 1-22.)"Should Sponsors Screen for Moral Values?" Hastings Center Report, 13 (December,1983), pp. 17-18. Reprinted in Anthony Serafini, ed., Ethics and Social Concern (NY:Paragon House, 1989)."Business Ethics: The Field and the Course," in Hoffman, Moore, and Fedo, eds.,Corporate Governance and Institutionalizing Ethics, Proceedings of the Fifth NationalConference on Business Ethics, Lexington Books, 1984, Chapter 32, pp. 287-98."Toward an Integrated Approach to Business Ethics," Thought, Volume 60 (June,1985), pp. 161-180. Reprinted in Anthony Serafini, ed., Ethics and Social Concern,(NY: Paragon House, 1989)."Business Ethics, Ideology, and the Naturalistic Fallacy," Journal of Business Ethics,Volume 4, Number 4 (August, 1985), pp. 227-32."An Agenda for Applied Ethics," Social Responsibility: Business, Journalism, Law,Medicine, Volume XI, Lexington, VA: Washington and Lee University, 1985."The Moral Agenda of Corporate Leadership: Concepts and Research Techniques,"The Donald S. MacNaughton Symposium Proceedings, Syracuse University, 1986."The Challenge of Sustaining Corporate Conscience," Notre Dame Journal of Law,Ethics & Public Policy (Spring 1987)."Ethical Imperatives and Corporate Leadership," in Edward Freeman, ed., BusinessEthics: The State of the Art (NY: Oxford University Press,1989). Reprinted inKenneth Andrews, ed., Ethics in Practice (Boston: Harvard Business School Press,1989)."Can a Corporation Have an Environmental Conscience?" The Corporation, Ethics,and the Environment (Quorum Books, 1990)."Business Ethics" article in the Encyclopedia of Ethics, Lawrence Becker, GeneralEditor, Garland Publishing Company, 1991."Business Ethics and Stakeholder Analysis," Business Ethics Quarterly, Vol. 1, No. 1(January 1991) pp. 52-71. (Reprinted in The Corporation and its Stakeholders, MaxClarkson, ed., University of Toronto Press, 1998; in Ethical Issues in Business: APhilosophical Approach, 6th Edition, Donaldson & Werhane, eds., Prentice Hall, 1999;in Business Ethics and Contemporary Issues, Richard Wilson, ed., Kendall/Hunt
5Publishing Company, 2000, pp. 41-47; and in Michael Boylan, ed., Business Ethics,Prentice Hall, 2001.)"Stakeholders, Individual Rights, and the Common Good," (with Gary Atkinson)National Forum, (Winter, 1992), pp. 14-17."Preface," Business Ethics: Readings Book for BUS 300, (Harvard Business SchoolPress,1992)."Moral Consideration and the Environment: Perception, Analysis, and Synthesis,"Topoi, (Winter, 1993)."In Defense of a Paradox," with Thomas Holloran, Business Ethics Quarterly (April1994)."Work, Spirituality and the Moral Point of View," International Journal of Value BasedManagement (Vol. 7, No. 1, 1994), pp. 49-62. (To be reprinted in Business Ethicsand Corporate Governance, Jenny Prasad, India, 2002.)"An Interpretation of Conscience in Business Life," The Fourth Annual JRD TataOration, 11 February 1994, Jamshedpur, India (published both separately and inManagement and Labour Studies, 1994).“Business Ethics” (pp. 51-57), “Moral Projection” (p. 432), “Stakeholder Paradox”(pp. 601-602), and “Teleopathy” (pp. 627-628), in Blackwell’s EncyclopedicDictionary of Business Ethics, Werhane and Freeman, eds., (UK: BlackwellPublishers, 1997). “Business Ethics” also reprinted in The Concise BlackwellEncyclopedia of Management, Cooper and Argyris, eds. (UK: Blackwell Publishers,1998) pp. 56-60."Bridging East and West in Management Ethics: Kyosei and The Moral Point of View,"Journal of Human Values, Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta, 2, No. 2 (JulyDecember 1996). Reprinted in International Business Ethics: Challenges andApproaches, Georges Enderle, ed., University of Notre Dame Press, 1999, pp. 150159.“The Caux Round Table Principles for Business: Presentation and Discussion,” with deBettignies and Matsuoka, in International Business Ethics: Challenges andApproaches, Georges Enderle, ed., University of Notre Dame Press, 1999, pp. 131141."The Caux Round Table Principles: Corporate Moral Reflection in a Global BusinessEnvironment," in Global Codes of Conduct: An Idea Whose Time Has Come,University of Notre Dame Press (2000), pp. 183-195."Conscience and its Counterfeits in Business Life: A New Interpretation of theNaturalistic Fallacy," Business Ethics Quarterly (January 2000), pp. 189-201.“Business Ethics” (Volume I, pp. 170-175) and “Stakeholder Analysis” (Volume III,pp. 1645-1649) in the expanded second edition of the Encyclopedia of Ethics (NY:Routledge, 2001), Becker and Becker, eds.
6“Business Ethics” in the Oxford Companion to Christian Thought, Hastings, Mason,and Pyper, eds. (Oxford University Press, 2000) pp. 85-86.“Can a Corporation Be a Citizen?” in the Proceedings of the Konrad AdenauerFoundation Seminar, Defining a New Citizenship for South Africa -- and theFundamental Values that Will Shape It, held at St. Augustine College of South Africa,Johannesburg, June 14, 2001. Reprinted in the South African Journal Praxis (Spring2002).“Stakeholder Thinking: Beyond Paradox to Practicality,” with T.D. Maines and M.D.Rovang. Journal of Corporate Citizenship (Fall 2002). Reprinted in the book,Unfolding Stakeholder Thinking (Greenleaf Publishers, Fall 2002).“Some Challenges of Social Screening,” Journal of Business Ethics (March 2003)pp.239-246.“Teaching and Learning Ethics by the Case Method” in Blackwell’s Guide to BusinessEthics, Norman Bowie, ed., (Blackwell Publishers, 2002), pp. 117-141.“Ethics or Excellence? Conscience as a Check on the Unbalanced Pursuit ofOrganizational Goals,” Ivey Business Journal (March/April 2004).“A Baldrige Process for Ethics?” with T. D. Maines and Arnold M. Weimerskirch,Science and Engineering Ethics, Volume 10, Issue 2 (April 2004).“Examining the Conscience of the Corporation,” in Marc J. Epstein and Kirk O.Hanson, editors, The Accountable Corporation, Volume 2, Business Ethics (Westport,CT: Praeger Publishers, August 2005).“US Citizen Bank (A)” and “The Challenge of Responsible Lending and Debt:An Introduction to Non-Standard Credit” with T. Dean Maines, in Business andProfessional Ethics Journal (Spring 2005).Goodpaster, K. and Holloran, Thomas “Anatomy of Corporate Spiritual and SocialAwareness: The Case of Medtronic, Inc.” Russian Journal of Management, Volume 4,Number 4, (2006), pp. 99-118.Goodpaster, K. “Conscience.” In The Encyclopedia of Business Ethics and Society.(NY: Sage Publishers, 2007).Goodpaster, K. “Teleopathy.” In The Encyclopedia of Business Ethics and Society.(NY: Sage Publishers, 2007).Goodpaster, “Etica d’impressa e analisi degli stakeholder,” in Teoria DegliStakeholder, edited by Gianfranco Rusconi and Michele Dorigatti (Milan:FrancoAngeli, 2007). Translation of Goodpaster, “Business Ethics and StakeholderAnalysis,” Business Ethics Quarterly (1991), Vol 1, No. 1 (pp 53-72).Goodpaster, K. “Stakeholders and the Common Good: A Polarity within CorporateConscience” 6th International Conference on Catholic Social Thought andManagement Education, Rome, Italy (October 5-7, 2006) in DeBettignies, H-C and
7Lépineux, François, Business, Globalization and the Common Good (Peter Lang2009).Goodpaster, K. “Corporate Responsibility and Its Constituents: A Tripartite Model” inGeorge G. Brenkert and Tom L. Beauchamp (editors), The Oxford Handbook ofBusiness Ethics (Oxford University Press, 2009) Chapter 5, pp. 126-157.Ritch L. Sorenson, Kenneth E. Goodpaster, Patricia R. Hedberg, and Andy Yu, “TheFamily Point of View, Family Social Capital, and Firm Performance: An ExploratoryTest,” Family Business Review [first published on March 23, 2009 asdoi:10.1177/0894486509332456]. 2009 Family Firm Institute, Inc.Wettstein, Florian and Goodpaster, K., “Freedom and Autonomy in the 21 st Century:What Role for Corporations?” in, Breuer, Mastronardi, and Waxenberger, eds. Markt,Mensch und Freiheit (Haupte Verlag, 2009) pp. 117-134.Goodpaster, K. “Business Ethics: Two Moral Provisos,” Business Ethics Quarterly, Vol.20, No. 4 (October 2010), pp. 740-742.Goodpaster, “Corporate Conscience,” in Luk Bouckaert and Laszlo Zsolnai (eds.):Handbook of Spirituality and Business. Palgrave-Macmillan (Fall 2012).Goodpaster, K.E., “Building Ethics in Families and Business,” in Social Capital inFamily Business (Edward Elgar, January 2012).Goodpaster, K. E., “Goods that are Truly Good and Services that Truly Serve:Reflections on ‘‘Caritas in Veritate,’’ Journal of Business Ethics (January 2012).Goodpaster, K. (one among co-authors), Vocation of the Business Leader: AReflection, 3rd edition, Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace: 2012 (John A. RyanInstitute for Catholic Social Thought, St. Paul, ch/publications/vocationbusinesslead/.Goodpaster, “Corporate Culture,” in Hugh LaFollette (ed.): InternationalEncyclopedia of Ethics. Wiley (January 2013) ISBN: 9781444367072.Goodpaster, K.E. and Maines, T.D.,“The Distinctive Vocation of Business Education inCatholic Universities,” Journal of Catholic Higher Education, Fall 2013.Goodpaster, K. E., “Tenacity: The American Pursuit of Corporate Responsibility,”Business and Society Review (118:4), pp. 577–605. Delivered as part of the VerizonVisiting Professorship in Business Ethics, Bentley University, February 4-8, 2013.Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Business Ethics, 3rd Edition. With CEBC and OCBEthics and Business Law Department (Fall 2014).James, R., Goodpaster, K., and Rodbourne, D., “Corporate Responsibility in America:Two Centuries of Evolution,” in Taft, John G., ed., A Force for Good: How EnlightenedFinance Can Restore Faith in Capitalism. NY: Palgrave MacMillan, 2015.Michael J. Naughton, Buckeye, Jeanne B., Kenneth E. Goodpaster, T. Dean Maines.Respect in Action: Applying Subsidiarity in Business. St. Paul, MN: University of St.Thomas, April 2015.
8Goodpaster, K., Review Article, The Moral Background: An Inquiry into the History ofBusiness Ethics. By Gabriel Abend. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2014.viii 399 pp. Footnotes, Acknowledgements, Index. Cloth, 31.75. ISBN: 978-0691-15944-7. Business Ethics Quarterly, July 2015.Goodpaster, K. E., Maines, T. Dean, Naughton, M. J., Shapiro, B. P., "Using UNPRMEto teach, research, and enact business ethics: Insights from the Catholic identitymatrix for business schools," Presented at the International Vincentian BusinessEthics Conference, New York, New York. (October 2015). Winner of Best PaperAward. Journal of Business Ethics (January 2017) pp. 1-17.“Human Dignity and the Common Good: The Institutional Insight,” Business andSociety Review, (March, 2017), pp. 27-50.Goodpaster, K., “Stakeholder thinking,” in Eugene Heath, Byron Kaldis and AlexeiMarcoux, editors, The Routledge Companion to Business Ethics (NY: Routledge,2018), pp. 184 – 204.Goodpaster, K. and Naughton, M., “The Institutional Insight: The Common GoodBeneath Shareholder/Stakeholder Approaches to Business Ethics.” (forthcoming2018).WORK IN PROGRESSGoodpaster, K. and Naughton, M., “Where Philosophy, Theology, and EthicalLeadership Intersect: Is Stakeholder Thinking Enough?”Goodpaster, K., Conscience, Corporations, and the Common Good (Springer:Eminent Voices in Business Ethics Series, forthcoming 2020).COMPLETED -- NOT YET PUBLISHED"On Waking Up Spiritually" for a forthcoming collection of essays on spirituality inmodern business life, edited by Peter Vaill (forthcoming in 2017).WOODSTOCK THEOLOGICAL CENTER SEMINAR MONOGRAPHS (contributor)Ethical Considerations in Corporate Takeovers (Georgetown University Press, 1990),participating author.Creating and Maintaining an Ethical Corporate Climate (Georgetown University Press,1990), participating author.COMMENTARY ARTICLES, COLUMNS, AND BOOK REVIEWS"Becker: On Justifying Moral Judgments," The New Scholasticism, XLVII(Autumn, 1974), pp. 533-39."Smith: The Concept of Morality and the Satisfaction of Interest," The NewScholasticism, LI (Spring, 1977), pp. 262-66.
9"Nuclear Power: Two Views," The Scholastic, 12 (April 20, 1979), pp. 4-5, 29."On Stopping at Everything -- A Reply to Professor Hunt," Environmental Ethics, 2(Fall, 1980), pp. 281-84."Beauchamp and Bowie: Ethical Theory and Business," Ethics, 91 (April, 1981), pp.525-30."Lying -- The Truth of the Matter," Dallas Morning News, (January 6, 1981), businesssection."Loyalty -- Separating the Selfish from the Morally Mature," Dallas Morning News,(June 2, 1981), business section."Incorporating the Beliefs Puts Managers on the Spot," Perspective, Borg-WarnerCorporation, 3 (Autumn, 1982), pp. 2-3."Donaldson: Corporations and Morality," Business and Professional Ethics Journal, 1(Fall, 1982), pp. 101-05."Clinard and Yeager: Corporate Crime," Business History Review, LVII (Winter,1983), pp. 597-98."Commentary: Velasquez on Corporate Responsibility," Business and ProfessionalEthics Journal, 2 (Summer, 1983), pp. 100-03."Testing Morality in Organizations," International Journal of Applied Philosophy, II(Spring, 1984).“Ethical Aspects of Corporate Policy” (includes Harvard course overview essay, studyguide and selected bibliography). Published in Corporate Governance andInstitutionalizing Ethics, Proceedings of the Fifth National Conference on BusinessEthics, Bentley College, MA, and in Government & Society, Business AdministrationReading Lists and Course Outlines, Volume II, compiled by James W. Dean andRichard Schwindt, Eno River Press, 1985, pp. 83-111."The Principle of Moral Projection: A Reply to Professor Ranken," Journal of BusinessEthics, 6 (1987)."Preface," The Winds of Turbulence, Howard D. Putnam, (Harper
Policies and Persons: A Casebook in Business Ethics, with John B. Matthews and Laura L. Nash, (McGraw-Hill, 1991). Revised 2nd Edition. Policies and Persons: A Casebook in Business Ethics, with Laura L. Nash, (McGraw-Hill, 1998). Revised 3rd Edition. Managerial Decision Making and Ethical Values, Course Module (2313) and