Prof François Dermange

francois-dermange.jpgFrançois Dermange is professor of Ethics at the University of Geneva.

Graduated from HEC (Paris), François Dermange was a consultant in Arthur Andersen. He then studied theology in Paris, then Geneva, where he wrote his thesis on Adam Smith. Since 1998 he is a regular professor of ethics at the Faculty of Theology in Geneva where he was dean for four years (2005-2009). One of his main lines of research concerns Calvin and the ethics of the reformed tradition. He has published numerous articles in this field and is currently completing a work on the ethics of Calvin. He also works on the ethics of economics and sustainable development, and teaches economic ethics to HEC Master students.