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AUBG Faculty Bibliography: White, Robert

Robert White

Assistant Professor (BUS) 

Dean of Faculty

Office: BAC 105

Phone: +359 73 888 420



White, R. (2020). The Moral Case for Profit Maximization. Lexington Books.

Book Chapters

White, R. (2015). Two sides of think different. In S. E. Klein (Ed.), Steve Jobs and philosophy; For those who think different (pp. 127–136). Open Court. 

White, R. (2010). Egoless egoists: The second-hand lives of mad men. In W. Irwin (Series Ed.), R. Carveth, & J. B. South (Eds.), Mad men and philosophy: Nothing is as it seems (pp. 79-94). Blackwell-Wiley.

White, R. (2006). Ayn Rand’s contribution to liberal thought. In T. R. Machan (Ed.), Ayn Rand at 100 (pp. 49-72). Pragun Publication.

Journal Articles

White, R. (2017). Profit maximization does not necessitate profit prioritization. The Journal of Ayn Rand Studies17(2), 201-26.

White, R. (2017). Reply to Marsha Familaro Enright: Remembering the "self" in “self-ish-ness". The Journal of Ayn Rand Studies, 17(1), 128–146.

White, R. (2014). Corporations are people too: An argument for corporate moral personhood. The Journal of Ayn Rand Studies, 14(2), 97–123.

White, R. (2009). Care and justice. Ethical Perspectives: Journal of the European Ethics Network, 16(4), 459-483.

White, R. (2005). Ayn Rand versus Adam Smith. The Journal of Ayn Rand Studies, 7(1), 141-180.

White, R. (1996). Racism and the law. Waikato Law Review, 4(2), 95-116.