David Wasieleski, Ph.D.
David Wasieleski , Ph.D.
Professor of Management & Business Ethics
Palumbo Donahue School of Business
Contact Information
918 Rockwell Hall
Pittsburgh, PA, 15282
Phone: 412.396.1092 Fax: 412.396.4764

David M. Wasieleski is a Professor of Management & Business Ethics in the Palumbo Donahue School of Business at Duquesne University.  David completed his doctorate in Business Environment and Public Policy in the Katz Graduate School of Business at the University of Pittsburgh.  He received a B.A. in Economics and a Certificate Degree in Accounting from Pitt, and an M.B.A. from Duquesne University.  For eight years, he worked as a marketing representative in the housing industry.  His academic research focuses on natural science approaches to understanding ethical decision-making and the formation of social contracts within organizational contexts.  He also studies cognitive biases on decision-making and behavior in workplace environments.  His article (with Sefa Hayibor), "Evolutionary Psychology and Business Ethics Research" won the Article of the Year in Business Ethics Quarterly for 2009.  At Duquesne, he teaches business ethics, organizational behavior, and public affairs.

He currently serves as Associate Editor for Business and Society and Book Review Editor for the Journal of Business Ethics Education, and sits on the editorial board of the Journal of Organizational Moral Psychology.

As a member of the Academy of Management, he reviews papers for the Organizational Behavior Division (received the Best Reviewer Award in 2007), the Social Issues in Management Division, and the Management and Organization Cognition Division.  He served as Chair of the Book Award Committee of the SIM Division (2008-2009), and was Chair of the Membership Committee of the SIM Division (2009).  He has participated in the SIM Doctoral Student Consortium and   organized and ran the "Cognition in the Rough" workshop for the Management and Organizational Cognition Division from 2007-2010.

In Pittsburgh, he serves on the New Leadership Board of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, and volunteers with various charitable organizations around the city.