Adrian Walsh - An ethical framework for dealing with the moral hazards of commercialisation

Adrian Walsh

Adrian Walsh is Associate Professor in Philosophy at the University of New England, Australia. He works mainly in political philosophy and applied ethics, although he also has an interest in questions of philosophical methodology and in the philosophy of economics. He has written extensively on the role of money and the market in areas of public life that might well be regarded as morally significant. His most recent work is a co-edited book entitled The Ethical Underpinnings of Climate Economics (forthcoming in 2017).  Adrian is also a Research Fellow at the University of Helsinki’s Centre of Excellence in Philosophy of Social Science.

Adrian Walsh

Adrian Walsh's talk, 'An ethical framework for dealing with the moral hazards of commercialisation', recorded at the Centre for Personalised Medicine's conference, 'Big Data, Ethics and the Market' on 20th June 2016.