Raphael Max is an economist with a philosophical background who studies the political, economic and social conditions of human behavior in a modern globalized world. A particular focus of his research is the discrepancy between moral judgment and human action. Raphael’s current project is the analysis of the normative perception of economic activities under uncertainty and moral evaluation of investment decisions.
In order to understand the challenges in practice, Raphael regularly organizes a round table with Munich Airport to discuss current issues in a discourse between politics, business and science.
|since 2019||Lecturer for Ethics of Digitization and Business Ethics |
at the University of Applied Sciences for Management & Communication Vienna
|since 2017||Research Associate |
at the Peter Löscher-Chair of Business Ethics and Global Governance, TUM School of Governance, TU Munich
|2011-2016||Academic career |
Economics and Philosophy at the University of Venice, Harvard Summer School, Venice International University, Munich School of Philosophy SJ and LMU Munich