I am a tenured assistant professor of business ethics at Eastern Connecticut State University, where I've been teaching since 2010. I have developed an online simulation game for use in business courses and management training. The game, called "Deepwater," is suitable for use in teaching ethics, business operations and strategy. You can find more about Deepwater here.
To find out more about my teaching and research, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MBA, Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania
Ph.D., Philosophy, Yale University
Buck, W.F. and Schaller, J. (2016). Using safety to introduce ethics into operations management courses. Teaching Ethics across the Management Curriculum: Principles and Applications, ed. K. Ogunyem. New York: Business Expert Press.
Buck, W.F. (2014). Theory of business ethics simulation games. Journal of Business Ethics Education, 11, pp. 217-238.
Buck, W.F. (2009). Welcome to my philosophy class. Philosophy Now, Jan/Feb 2009.
Buck, W.F. (1987). Kant's justification of private property. New Essays on Kant, Bernard den Ouden (ed.). New York: P. Lang.