Professor Stansbury is currently the James and Judith Chambery Fellow in the Study of Business Ethics at Calvin College. He earned a Ph.D. in Organization Studies from the Owen Graduate School of Management at Vanderbilt University in 2011. Before graduate school, he worked as a Systems Analyst and then as a Consultant in the Detroit office of Deloitte & Touche. He graduated from the University of Michigan with Honors in Economics. His research is in business ethics, particularly moral imagination, criminology, and compliance programs.
- Consultant - Deloitte & Touche
- Systems Analyst - Deloitte & Touche
- Ph.D., Organization Studies, Owen Graduate School of Management, Vanderbilt University, 2011
- BA with High Distinction, Honors in Economics
University of Michigan, 1999
- Gardner, T. M., Stansbury, J., & Hart, D. 2010. The Ethics of Lateral Hiring. Business Ethics Quarterly, 20(3): 230-269.
- Stansbury, J. 2009. Reasoned Moral Agreement: Applying Discourse Ethics within Organizations. Business Ethics Quarterly, 19(1): 33-56.
- Stansbury, J., & Victor, B. 2009. Whistle-Blowing among Young Employees: A Life-Course PerspectiveU Journal of Business Ethics, 85(3): 281-299.
- Stansbury, J., & Barry, B. 2007. Ethics Programs and the Paradox of Control. Business Ethics Quarterly, 17(2): 239-261.
- Barry, B., & Stansbury, J. 2008. Corporatism and Inequality: The Race to the Bottom (Line). In B. Moran, Race and Wealth Disparities: A Multidisciplinary Discourse, 41-56. Lanham, MD: University Press of America.
- Best Paper; Society for Business Ethics Annual Meeting; Anaheim, California; 2008.
- Editorial Board Member, Business Ethics Quarterly
April 2011 - Present.
See full Curriculum Vitae (CV).