How Sin Impacts the Marketplace (Interview w/ Jason Stansbury)

Dr. Jason Stansbury, professor and contributor to the Christian Business Review, joins the Christianity in Business Podcast.

On this episode, Dr. Jason Stansbury discusses the destructive impact of sin on the marketplace and what Christians ought to do about it.

Jason Stansbury is the James and Judith Chambery Chair for the Study of Ethics in Business at Calvin University, the denominational university of the Christian Reformed Church in North America. He earned a PhD in Organization Studies from the Owen Graduate School of Management at Vanderbilt University in 2011. Before graduate school, he worked as a Systems Analyst and then as a Consultant in the Detroit office of Deloitte Consulting. He graduated from the University of Michigan with Honors in Economics.

Jason is a former Executive Director of the Society for Business Ethics, an international association of business ethics scholars, and received that organization’s Presidential Award for Service in 2023.

Jason’s research is on religious ethics in organizations, moral imagination, and the application of Christian theological concepts in business ethics. His calling to the management academy is informed by his desire to forge and share insights into faithfulness and ethics that he wishes he had during his consulting career.

A native of Atlanta, Jason lives in Grand Rapids, Michigan, with his wife and colleague Marilyn Stansbury, herself a Deloitte alumna who also serves on the accounting faculty of the Calvin University School of Business.

Christianity in Business is the show that helps Christian business leaders to integrate biblical values into business.