Joshua E. Perry

Joshua E. Perry
Indiana University
Glaubinger Chair, Undergraduate Leadership; and Associate Professor, Business Law and Ethics

Joshua E. Perry (J.D., M.T.S.) is Glaubinger Chair for Undergraduate Leadership and Associate Professor of Business Law and Ethics at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business in Bloomington. He also serves as Faculty Chair of the Undergraduate Program and serves approximately 8000 undergraduate students. The co-author of two textbooks and author or co-author of over thirty published articles, essays, and book chapters across the fields of business, medicine, law, and ethics, his research explores legal, ethical and public policy issues in the life sciences industry, commercialization of healthcare, and business of medicine. An elected member of IU’s Faculty Academy on Excellence in Teaching, he teaches courses at the Kelley School on business ethics, critical thinking, and the legal environment of business to undergraduates abd MBA students, in both the residential and online programs. Joshua serves as a facilitator Advocate for IU’s Male Advocates and Allies for Equity program.


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