Hasko von Kriegstein is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Law & Business in the Ted Rogers School of Management. He holds a BA in Philosophy & Economics from the University of Bayreuth in his native Germany, and received his PhD in Philosophy from the University of Toronto for his work on the value of achievement. Before joining Ryerson in 2015, he spent a year as a research fellow at the Centre for Moral and Political Philosophy at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Dr. von Kriegstein's research interests are in business ethics, ethical theory, and political philosophy. His work has appeared in peer-reviewed journals such as Business Ethics Quarterly, and Utilitas. He believes that 'business ethics' is not an oxymoron, but that the reasons why people may think it is are worth seriously thinking about. He is bothered by the seeming inability of many public commentators to distinguish between 'pro-market' and 'pro-business'.
While he likes to think of himself as a citizen of the world, this is belied by the fact that his mood can be very seriously affected by how the German team does at major soccer tournaments (not to mention his hometown club Eintracht Frankfurt).
Michael Baumtrog is a Research Fellow at the Ted Rogers Leadership Centre and an Assistant Professor in Law and Business at TRSM.
He holds a PhD in Philosophy from the New University of Lisbon, Portugal and MA and BA(H) degrees from the University of Windsor. Before joining TRSM, Michael also conducted scholarly activity in Leeds (UK), Lugano (Switzerland), and Waterloo (Canada).
His primary research interests focus on ethical decision-making, and normative ethical issues pertinent to youth and early career employees.
Gil Lan is an Associate Professor in the Law and Business Department at the Ted Rogers School of Management (TRSM), Ryerson University. He received his B.Sc. from the University of Toronto and his LL.B., LL.M. and Ph.D. from Osgoode Hall Law School. His research centers on corporate-commercial law focusing on international perspectives and the promotion of social goals and innovation.
His specific interests include comparative law approaches, international business law, corporate governance, government regulation of business, social enterprise, law and development, and Chinese law. In 2013, he was the recipient of the Dean’s Teaching Award at TRSM. In 2014, he received the Hoeber Memorial Award – Outstanding Article, from the Academy of Legal Studies in Business.
Dr. Nancy Walton is an Associate Professor in the School of Nursing at Ryerson University. From 2013-2016 she was Director, e-learning, for Ryerson University. Dr. Walton was the Chair of the Ryerson University Research Ethics Board from 2004-2013. She served as the Co-Chair of the Ryerson United Way campaign for 2011-2012. In 2013, she was the recipient of a University Faculty Service Award as well as the recipient of the Ryersonian of The Year Award.
She is Chair of the Research Ethics Board at Women's College Hospital, and serves as Ethicist on the Research Ethics Board for Health Canada/Public Health Agency of Canada
Dr. Walton has a PhD in Bioethics from the University of Toronto Collaborative Program in Bioethics (2003) and an undergraduate degree in nursing science from Ryerson (1992).