Vikram R. Bhargava
Vikram R. Bhargava is an assistant professor of strategic management and public policy at the George Washington University School of Business. He holds a joint Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania in Ethics & Legal Studies (Wharton) and Philosophy (School of Arts and Sciences). His research centers around the distinctive ethics and policy issues that technology gives rise to in organizational contexts.
He is interested in topics including technology addiction, mass social media outrage, autonomous vehicles, artificial intelligence, the future of work, and other topics related to digital technology policy. His research has been published by the Business Ethics Quarterly, Journal of Business Ethics, and the Oxford University Press. He also has written for popular audiences at the San Francisco Chronicle, Al Jazeera, Thomson Reuters Foundation, and Newsweek.
Professor Bhargava has spoken at institutions including Harvard Business School, Stanford Law School, and the University of Oxford, among other institutions. He has delivered annual visiting lectures on digital technology policy to graduate students at Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business and Thayer School of Engineering, and has taught courses at Wharton on multiple occasions. In a past career, he taught mathematics in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii through the Teach for America program.