Insight into human trafficking
In this podcast by Notre Dame Stories, Dean Shepherd, the Ray and Milann Siegfried Professor of Entrepreneurship in Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business discusses his research into the organization of sex work and human trafficking in India.
Notre Dame Stories
‘Ragpickers’ of Mumbai use entrepreneurship to find meaning, study shows
A new study from the University of Notre Dame's Dean Shepherd considers meaning-making in the face of difficult dirty work by examining the “ragpickers” in Mumbai, India.
The organization of sex trafficking
A new study from the University of Notre Dame Professor of Management Dean Shepherd examines how human traffickers systematically target girls and women from impoverished villages in India and take them to big cities like Mumbai, where they transform objections into compliance.
Graduate students in Notre Dame’s Executive MBA program may have started small, but their goal of making an impact grew into reality by raising tens of thousands of dollars for a South Bend community group and veterans’ housing.
TikTok admits employees bypass algorithm to promote some videos
Tech Ethics professor Kirsten Martin was quoted in a Fox5 NY report about TikTok employees' ability to bypass the social media app's algorithm to directly promote content.
Fox5 New York
Watching a train wreck
Professor Kirsten Martin promotes balance of moderation and engagement in technology ethics.
Notre Dame Stories
2022 Book Recommendations for Ethical Leadership
The University of Notre Dame Deloitte Center for Ethical Leadership, located within the Mendoza College of Business, released their annual list of “Best Books for Ethical Leaders.”
The future of tech ethics and Notre Dame’s Technology Ethics Center
ND Stories sat down with professor Kirsten Martin to learn about the Tech Ethics center and how it’s helping to shape the future of our relationship with tech.
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ND TEC affiliate Yong Suk Lee receives NSF Grant to study AI adoption and implementation
IT, Analytics, and Operations professor Nicholas Berente is a co-principal investigator on a grant to research how adopting AI impacts workers and productivity at small and medium-sized manufacturing enterprises (SMEs).
Notre Dame Technology Ethics Center
Amazon keeps growing, and so does its cache of data on you
“You can almost see them (Amazon) just trying to paint a broader picture of an individual,” tech ethics expert and professor at Mendoza College of Business Kirsten Martin said in a piece by the Associated Press. “It’s about the inferences that they’re able to draw about you specifically, and then you compared to other people.”