Editorial Committee

Jérôme Ballet. Université of Bordeaux. France

Jérôme Ballet is a researcher at the UMR CNRS 5319 Passages, and he teaches at the University of Bordeaux. He is a leading researcher in the field of economic ethics, social economy and sustainable development. He has been teaching applied ethics in economics for more than 20 years. He was awarded the Ethics Teaching Trophy by the Ostad Elahi Foundation. He is the author of numerous books in English and French. He lectures at major business schools in France and acts as a consultant for various United Nations organizations. He is the founding editor of the journal Ethique et Economie now called Ethics, Economics & Commons Goods.


Shashi Motilal. University of Delhi. India

Dr. (Ms.) Shashi Motilal (Retd.) Professor of Philosophy, Department of Philosophy, University of Delhi, India, Prof. Shashi Motilal obtained her PhD from the State University of New York (SUNY) at Buffalo, USA in 1986. She joined as a permanent faculty in the Department of Philosophy, Lady Shri Ram College, New Delhi in 1993 and the Post-Graduate Department of Philosophy, University of Delhi in 2004. She has been Visiting Faculty at the University of Akron , Ohio, USA and Carleton University, ON, Canada, TERI University, New Delhi and Guest Faculty at the IIT/Delhi, Indian School of Public Policy, and Ambedkar University, Delhi. She has several publications in national and international journals in the areas of ethics, applied ethics, human rights, gender and environment. Her latest co-authored book is Ethics of Governance: Moral Limits of Policy Decisions, Springer Nature, Singapore (2021). She has also co-authored Human Rights, Gender and Environment (Allied Publishers, 2006, 2011), Co-edited Social Inequality: Concerns of Human Rights, Gender and Environment, New Delhi: Macmillan Publishing Co. (2010) and edited Applied Ethics and Human Rights: Conceptual Analysis and Contextual Applications. London: Anthem Press. ( 2010). She has been a Member of CPCSEA, MoEF, Government of India, and of other Institutional Ethics Committees.

Mathias Nebel. Universidad Popular Autónoma del Estado de Puebla. Mexico

Mathias Nebel is currently Professor of Christian Social Ethics at the Universidad Popular Autónoma del Estado de Puebla (UPAEP) and Director of a Research Centre dedicated to the common good at the same University (Instituto Promotor del Bien Común).He was previously Professor of Ethics and Moral Theology in Mexico (2003-2008, UIA and ITAM), Research Associated at the Von Hügel Institute, St Edmund’s College, Cambridge University (2008-2009), Coordinator of the Doctoral School of Theology of Eastern Switzerland (2010-2013, CUSO), and then Professor of Moral Theology at the Institut Catholique de Paris (Jean Rodhain Chair, 2011-2015). He also created and headed the Caritas in Veritate Research Foundation in Geneva (At the service of the diplomatic mission of the Holy See to the United Nations, 2011-2016).
In the course of his career, he addressed the proponents of a theology of grace and social sin (La catégorie morale de péché structurel, Paris: Cerf-Cogitatio Fidei, 2006); researched the tenants of an ethics of development (Transforming Unjust Structures, London: Springer, 2006 with Deneulin & Sagovski; Libertad como desarrollo en América Latina y el Caribe, México : UIA, 2014 with Flores Crespo & Herrera Rendon); and lately developed a common good approach to development (A common good approach to development, Cambridge: Open Books, 2022 with Sedmak & Garza-Vázquez. 

Patrizio Piraino. University of Notre Dame. United States of America

Patrizio Piraino is an associate professor in the Keough School of Global Affairs. His research focuses on the intersection of education and development, including human capital and labor market policies in developing regions, and the broader determinants of socio-economic disadvantage.
He is an affiliate with the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) and is an associate with Equalchances.org, a world database on equality of opportunity and social mobility, and the Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit.
Piraino has worked as an associate professor of economics at the University of Cape Town, as a research economist at Statistics Canada, and has been a visiting scholar at the University of Wisconsin at Madison and the University of California at Berkeley. He previously led a large multi-institutional collaboration, involving a large number of universities from the Global South, that examined education and social measures that could alleviate poverty.