Christian Neuhäuser is Professor of Political Philosophy at TU Dortmund University. His research focuses on theories of dignity, theories of justice, philosophy of economics and philosophy of international relations. As an affiliate member of the Fair Limits Project he has a special interest in combining the ideas of property-owning democracy and limiting riches.
He is a member of the Green Academy and editor of the Journal for Business, Economics & Ethics. He studied Philosophy, Sinology and Sociology in Göttingen, Berlin and Hong Kong and received his Ph.D. from the University of Potsdam with a thesis on “Corporations as Moral Actors”.
Recent publications include:
- “Workplace Democracy and Corporate Human Rights Responsibilities”, in Journal of Social Economy, 78 (3), 331-350, with Andreas Oldenbourg.
- “Workplace democracy—The recent debate”, in Philosophy Compass, 14 (4), 2019, with Roberto Frega, Lisa Herzog.
- “Being Realistic About International Trade Justice”, in Moral Philosophy and Politics 5/2: 181-204;
- “Workplace Democracy, Market Competition and Republican Self-Respect”(with D. Jacob), in Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 21/4: 927-944
- “John Stuart Mills liberaler Marktsozialismus: bisheriges Scheitern und bleibende Relevanz”, in Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie 66/3: 295-320; Reichtum als moralisches Problem, Suhrkamp Verlag.