John Hasnas

John Hasnas is author of the book Trapped: When Acting Ethically Is against the Law. He is associate professor of the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University; director of the Georgetown Institute for the Study of Markets and Ethics. His interests include ethics, law, the intersection of law and ethics, capitalism and anarcho-capitalism.

He holds a BA in Philosophy from Lafayette College, a JD and PhD in Legal Philosophy from Duke University, and a LLM in Legal Education from Temple Law School.

Last update: 31/10/2013


Más vídeos de John Hasnas



A Conversation about the Book “Trapped: When Acting Ethically is against the Law”

Reflections on the Minimal State

Two Types of Legal Regulation: Evolution vs. Central Planning

Economics of Legal Regulation: A Hayekian View

Trapped: When Acting Ethically Is Against the Law


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