Laszlo Zsolnai

Prof Laszlo Zsolnai

Advisory Board Member

Corvinus University of Budapest and Blackfriars Hall, University of Oxford


About Laszlo Zsolnai

Work and Publications

Laszlo Zsolnai is professor and director of the Business Ethics Center at the Corvinus  University of Budapest. He is Associate Member of the Las Casas Institute for Social Justice, Blackfriars Hall, University of Oxford. He serves as editor of the “Frontier of Business Ethics” book series at Peter Lang Publishers in Oxford.

In addition Laszlo is co-editor of the Studies in TransAtlanic Business Ethics book series at Edward Elgar. the Palgrave Studies in Sustainable Business book series at  Palgrave-Macmillan, the Virtues and Economics book series at Springer, and  the Studies in Buddhist Economics, Management, and Policy book series at  Palgrave-Macmillan.

With Luk Bouckaert he founded the European SPES Forum (Spirituality in Economics and Society) in Leuven, Belgium.

His international experience include University of California at Berkeley, Georgetown University, University of Richmond (Virginia), Concordia University Montreal, University of Oxford, University of Cambridge, Vienna University of Economics and Business, Bocconi University Milan, University of St. Gallen, Europe-University of Viadrina (Frankfurt/Oder), Copenhagen Business School, Norwegian School of Economics, and Helsinki School of Economics

Laszlo Zsolnai’s books include “Ethics, Meaning and Market Society” (2018, Routledge), “Caring Management in the New Economy” (2019, Palgrave), “The Routledge International Handbook of Spirituality in Society and the Professions” (2019, Routledge), and “Responsible Research for Better Business” (2020, Palgrave).

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