Dana M. Radcliffe

Dana M. Radcliffe

  • Day Family Senior Lecturer in Business Ethics

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Interdisciplinary Theme

  • Behavioral Economics and Decision Research

Faculty Expertise

  • Ethics
  • Management and Organizations
  • Leadership


Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management



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Professor Dana Radcliffe is the Day Family Senior Lecturer in Business Ethics and Visiting Senior Lecturer in Management at the S. C. Johnson Graduate School of Management. Professor Radcliffe, who has been at Johnson since 2000, teaches the class Ethical Decision Making in Management. He also holds an adjunct faculty appointment at Syracuse University, teaching a course on ethics and public policy in the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs. Along with his teaching, he writes for general audiences about ethical issues in business and politics. Currently, he is a contributor to The Hill, having previously blogged for the Huffington Post, and has published in other media outlets, including Reuters and Gannett Newspapers. He has also been interviewed by NPR's All Things Considered and Marketplace, among other news sources, including AlterNet and BusinessBecause. Previously, he worked in strategic real estate consulting for Deloitte & Touche in Los Angeles and San Francisco. Professor Radcliffe earned a PhD in philosophy from Syracuse University, an MBA from the University of California, Los Angeles, an MPhil in philosophy from Yale University, and a BA in philosophy from Fort Hays State University.

Selected Publications

Recent Courses

  • NBAY 6710 - Ethical Decision Making in Management
  • NBA 6710 - Ethical Decision Making in Management

Academic Degrees

  • PhD Syracuse University, 1996
  • MBA Anderson School of Management, University of California, Los Angeles, 1987
  • PhM Yale University, 1974
  • BA Fort Hays State University, 1972