Angelo (Carlo) Carrascoso, Assistant Professor and Director
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Carlo Carrascoso joined the University of Redlands as assistant professor of business ethics in 2009. He received his MBA and Ph.D. from the Darden Graduate School of Business Administration at the University Of Virginia. Professor Carrascoso’s research lies at the intersection of business ethics, entrepreneurship theory and international business and has been presented at conferences such as the Society for Business Ethics and the Academy of Management. A new article of his on the ethics of small firm internationalization will be featured in a forthcoming issue of Journal of Business and Professional Ethics. Prior to his career in the academy, he was a financial analyst for the Asian banking industry.


Jeffery Smith, Professor and Faculty Fellow
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Jeffery Smith is the founding Director of the Banta Center for Business, Ethics and Society and is currently professor of business ethics at the University of Redlands School of Business. In addition to teaching business ethics, he offers courses in moral and political philosophy in the University’s College of Arts and Sciences. Professor Smith is a newly elected member to the Executive Board of the Society for Business Ethics. Professor Smith's writings have appeared in Business Ethics Quarterly, the Journal of Business Ethics, Business Ethics: A European Review and in other journals. In addition to presentations at academic and practitioner organizations, he continues to pursue research interests in the moral foundations of corporate social responsibility and ethical decision-making within business. He completed editing the book Normative Theory and Business Ethics in 2008 while serving as Visiting Professor at Tilburg University in the Netherlands.


Karen Kraker, Project Specialist
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Karen Kraker joined the University of Redlands in 2008. Since that time she has managed special projects and public events for the School of Business. She balances this role with additional duties in the Academic Support Center of the School of Business, which supports the research and teaching of all School of Business faculty.

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