From hunger to obesity to industrial agriculture, modern-day food systems have no lack of “wicked” problems involving
Every year, thousands of Americans witness wrongdoing on the job.
Chrystia Freeland will discuss the status of plutocrats in North America today, who have never been richer or wielded
The McCoy Family Center for Ethics in Society is committed to bringing ethical reflection to bear on important social problems through research, teaching, and engagement. The major problems faced by our troubled globe -- extreme poverty, environmental sustainability, and international peace and security -- are not only technological in nature, but also moral. To that end, we develop initiatives with ethical dimensions that relate to important public problems and draw on the established strengths of interdisciplinary Stanford faculty.