Sareh Pouryousefi, University of Toronto
Sareh’s research delineates the sources of moral demand in bureaucratic organizations, focusing specifically on the higher-ranked, managerial bureaucrats who practice discretionary authority. The popular conception of bureaucracies imagines them to be synonymous with morally vacuous entities, wherein individuals evade responsibility and accountability. Sareh’s project focuses on the concepts of hierarchy, authority, and purpose, in thinking about role morality and institutional ethics in bureaucracies, within a moral philosophical, agency theoretic framework.
Prof. Dr. Joseph Heath, Department of Philosophy, University of Toronto
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