- Associate Teaching Professor of Strategy, Ethics, Economics, and Public Policy at Georgetown University
Peter Martin Jaworski is an Associate Teaching Professor of Strategy, Ethics, Economics and Public Policy at Georgetown University. He teaches Ethical Values of Business to undergraduates and Ethical Leadership to MBAs, Executive MBAs, and Master’s in Management students. He will be a visiting faculty member at the University of Virginia Law School in spring 2023. Previously, he was a visiting research professor at Brown University, a visiting assistant professor at the College of Wooster and an instructor at Bowling Green State University.
Jaworski holds a Ph.D. in philosophy and his academic work has been published in Ethics, Philosophical Studies, The Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence, The Journal of Business Ethics, The Journal of Value Inquiry, and Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, amongst others.
Jaworski’s primary research focuses on the ethics and economics of blood plasma collection and patient access to the therapies made from plasma. He has been cited or quoted in venues such as The Economist, NPR, The Washington Post, CBC News, The Globe and Mail, National Post, Axios, USA Today, Bloomberg, Business Insider and others.
- Ph.D.Bowling Green State University2012
- M.Sc.London School of Economics and Political Science2005
- University of Waterloo2004
- B.A.Queen's University2002
Faculty in the News
Ruth Mason, Can the ‘California Effect’ Survive in a Hyperpartisan America? (The New York Times Magazine)
Douglas Laycock, Fact Check-Burning Bible or Pride Flag Is Protected in US, Absent Other Crimes (Reuters)