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»
John Hasnas

15 de octubre de 2013

Reflections on the Minimal State
John Hasnas

15 de octubre de 2013

Two Types of Legal Regulation: Evolution vs. Central Planning
John Hasnas

15 de octubre de 2013

Economics of Legal Regulation: A Hayekian View
John Hasnas

11 de octubre de 2013

Trapped: When Acting Ethically Is Against the Law
John Hasnas

11 de octubre de 2013


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