Patrícia Bataglia

http://www.bv.fapesp.br/pt/pesquisador/39062/patricia-unger-raphael-bataglia/

Bataglia has experience in the area of Education, with emphasis on ethical training of the professional, working mainly on the following subjects: moral competence, professional ethics, moral development and bioethics.

James Rest, Darcia Narvaez, Muriel Bebeau e Stephen Thoma

http://ethicaldevelopment.ua.edu/

The authors extended Kohlberg’s approach to researching moral reasoning. The Neo-Kohlbergians created the Defining Issues Test (DIT), which attempts to provide an objective measure of moral development.

Georg Lind

https://www.uni-konstanz.de/ag-moral/lind.htm

Georg Lind, working on Kohlberg’s theory, developed the Moral Competence Test, which aims to measure people’s ability to consistently judge moral dilemmas.

Jonathan Haidt

http://people.stern.nyu.edu/jhaidt/

Professor at NYU-Stern School of Business, Haidt study morality and emotion, and how they vary across cultures. His research focus on the moral foundations of politics, and on ways to transcend the “culture wars” by using recent discoveries in moral psychology to foster more civil forms of politics.

Dan Ariely

http://danariely.com/all-about-dan/

Aryele is Professor of Psychology and Behavioral Economics at Duke University and a founder member of the Center for Advanced Hindsight. His main interest is the phenomenon of irrationality.

Terry Cooper

https://priceschool.usc.edu/terry-l-cooper/

Terry L. Cooper focuses his research on citizen participation and ethics in government. Currently, Professor Cooper is one of the co-principal investigators in the USC Neighborhood Participation Project.

Donald C. Menzel

http://www.ethicsmgt.com/ethicsmgt.com/About.html

Dr. Menzel is active in many professional associations including the International City/County Management Association and the American Society for Public Administration where he served as the national President in 2005-06 and is a co-founder of the ASPA Ethics Section.

Alejo Sison

http://www.socialtrendsinstitute.org/experts/all/alejo-jose-g-sison

Professor Sison is a philosopher who teaches Business Ethics at the School of Economics and Business Administration at the University of Navarra. His research deals with issues at the juncture of ethics, the economy and politics, examined from the perspective of the virtues and the common good.

Richard White

https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/85299.Richard_D_White_Jr_

White is a Research Fellow at Harvard University where he studied leadership and ethics and taught a public policy seminar within Harvard’s Institute of Politics. Dr. White has published dozens of scholarly articles in prominent journals

George Candler

https://www.unf.edu/~g.candler/

Professor in the Public Administration Program at the University of North Florida.

Ignácio Ferrero

https://www.unav.edu/web/investigacion/nuestros-investigadores/detalle-investigadores-cv?investigadorId=35552&investigador=Ferrero%20Mu%C3%B1oz,%20Jes%C3%BAs%20Ignacio

Ignacio Ferrero is Professor of Business Ethics at the University of Navarra. He is currently working on virtue ethics and the common good in finance.