Gary R. Weaver

Professor of Management; Associate Editor, Business Ethics Quarterly
Business Administration Faculty Portraits Alfred Lerner College of Business & Economics
University of Delaware
Newark, Delaware 19716 USA
Tel.  +1.302.831.4568
Fax. +1.302.831.4196
Email:   gweaver at (Please convert “at” to @ and delete the spaces in the email address to send a message; the visible address is altered to reduce junk/spam email.)

(Go to information on publications/research, Business Ethics Quarterly, MBA/MS classes and central Europe MBA/MS study abroadeducation and C.V., Google Scholar page, and UD Center for Science, Ethics & Public Policy.)

Publications & Research Interests

Publications in Academy of Management Review, Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Management, Business Ethics Quarterly, Organization Studies, Research in the Sociology of Organizations, Academy of Management Learning and Education, Human Relations, Organizational Dynamics, Academy of Management Executive, Journal of Business Ethics, American Criminal Law Review, and other journals and collections.  Co-author (with Linda K. Trevino) of Managing Ethics in Business Organizations:  Social Scientific Perspectives (Stanford University Press, 2003); this work recently was described as one of two books marking “the birth of behavioral business ethics as an identifiable area of inquiry” (quote from page 21 of the chapter by Brief in Tenbrunsel & DeCremer  (eds.) Behavioral Business Ethics: Shaping an Emerging Field, 2012).  Recent recognition includes a 2011 Journal of Management Scholarly Impact Award, the 2010 “best article” award from the International Association for Business and Society (for the best article published by an IABS member in any journal), a Journal of Business Ethics “citation classics” award  in 2012 (for authoring one of the 33 most-cited articles during the journal’s 30 years of publication), the Lerner College of Business & Economics 2013 Outstanding Scholar award, and the Society for Business Ethics 2014 Lifetime Achievement–Distinguished Service award.  See (click) curriculum vitae (.pdf document)  for details.

Professor Weaver’s research interests primarily concern ethics in organizations, from the standpoint of both individual behavioral and cognitive processes, and organizational and institutional level policies, practices, cultures and structures. Current projects are focused on the interplay of institutionalized practices, social interaction, and individual behavior and cognition in generating local and systemic ethical problems and corruption.

Links (including class & study abroad information)

Business Ethics Quarterly:  Professor Weaver is an associate editor of Business Ethics Quarterly. From 2005 to 2011 Professor Weaver was editor in chief, and then Senior Associate Editor from 2011 through 2015. BEQ is a leading international and multidisciplinary scholarly journal publishing theoretical and empirical research on a broad range of issues and topics relevant to business ethics, corporate responsibility, and related subjects. For more information, see (click) Business Ethics Quarterly (Cambridge University Press website).

2016-2017 classes:

Winter Session 2017 Central Europe graduate level study abroad program (MBA, MA, or MS, 6 credits).  This program travels to Budapest, Prague, Vienna and Bratislava for two weeks during winter session, with additional pre-departure evening class meetings in Newark. For details on the winter session 2017 program, follow this link. 

Spring & Fall semesters: BUAD840 (MBA/MS/PHD): Ethical issues in the business environment. For information see the Sakai site for this class at (University of Delaware login required).

Professor Weaver serves on the executive board of the University of Delaware Center for Science, Ethics and Public Policy.

Education & Curriculum Vitae

Ph.D. in Business Administration, The Pennsylvania State University
Ph.D. in Philosophy, The University of Iowa
B.A. in economics and philosophy, Bucknell University

Curriculum vitae (.pdf document; click link)

Google Scholar page (click link)