Brennan Wins $2.1 Million Grant to Study Markets, Social Entrepreneurship, & Altruism

Jason Brennan, the Robert J. and Elizabeth Flanagan Family Term Professor of Strategy, Economics, Ethics, and Public Policy at the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University, has been awarded a $2.1 million grant by the John Templeton Foundation.

The grant will support Professor Brennan’s project, “Markets, Social Entrepreneurship, and Effective Altruism.” He writes, “among other things, this grant will allow us to expand my ‘Ethics Project’ experiential learning activity to our entire MBA class for 3 years, seed the Ethics Project at other universities, fund student research in effective altruism and social entrepreneurship, and create a ‘Business Ethics in a Box’ toolkit and teaching materials for instructors.”

You can learn more about Professor Brennan’s work here.

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Kaila Draper
2 years ago

Congrats to Jason!

Nicole Hassoun
2 years ago

Hey Jason – can you share any of your training materials here? Thanks! -Nicole