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Jeff Frooman


PhD (University of Pittsburgh)

Management, Faculty of

Carleton Hall 206

1 506 451 6911

Jeff Frooman joined the Faculty of Business Administration in 2007. He is a member of the Finance Area and also is a member of the Department of Philosophy in the Faculty of Arts. He teaches Principles of Finance and Business Ethics in the BBA program.

Jeff was formerly employed by the Faculty of Business at UNB Saint John. His research and teaching interests include stakeholder theory, business ethics, and business and the natural environment.


Frooman, J. 2021. Where MLM intersects MFA: Morally suspect goods and the grounds for regulatory action. Business Ethics Quarterly, 31(1): 138-161.

Pouryousefi, S., & Frooman, J. 2019. The consumer scam: An agency-theoretic approach. Journal of Business Ethics, 154 (1): 1-12.

Wempe, B., & Frooman, J. 2018. Reframing the moral limits of markets debate: Social domains, values, allocation methods. Journal of Business Ethics, 153 (1): 1-15.

Branzei, O., Frooman, J., McKnight, B., & Zietsma, C. 2018. Investor’s assessment of the impact of corporate social performance on default risk in long-term bond markets. Journal of Business Ethics, 148 (1): 183-203.

Fortis, Z., Maon, F., Frooman, J., & Reimer, G. 2018. Unknown knowns and known unknowns: Framing the role of organizational learning in corporate social responsibility development. International Journal of Management Reviews, 20 (2): 277-300.

Pouryousefi, S., & Frooman, J. 2017. The problem of unilateralism in agency theory: Towards a bilateral formulation. Business Ethics Quarterly, 27 (2): 163-182.


Chair, Society for Business Ethics, Annual Conference, August 9-11, 2019, Boston, MA.