Professor de los Reyes's research and teaching interests include international business and corporate responsibility, business ethics and strategy, social entrepreneurship, and contracting. Prior to pursuing his Ph.D., he practiced corporate law, representing Latin American companies in Wall Street deals.

Education

  • PhD Ethics & Legal Studies, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
  • JD, Boston University School of Law
  • MA Philosophy, Boston University
  • AB Philosophy, Harvard University

Selected Publications

  • de los Reyes, G. & M. Scholz. Forthcoming. Assessing the legitimacy of corporate political activity: Uber and the quest for responsible innovation. Journal of Business Ethics.
  • Ostas, D. & G. de los Reyes. 2022. Aristotelian Decency as a Corrective for Compliance-Induced Environmental Racism. Georgetown Environmental Law Journal.
  • Rigsbee, C., Newell, S. and de los Reyes Jr, G. 2022. Social Purpose Value Chains: Formation and Participation Enabled by Blockchain Technology, Value-Chain Level Governance, and Co-opetition. In World Scientific Encyclopedia of Business, Sustainability & Entrepreneurship (pp. 163-200).
  • Ostas, D.T. and de los Reyes, G. 2021. Corporate beneficence and COVID-19. Journal of Human Values, 27(1), pp.15-26.
  • de los Reyes Jr, G. 2019. Institutional entrepreneurship for digital public health promotion: Challenges and opportunities. Health Education & Behavior, 46(2_suppl): 30S–36S.
  • de los Reyes Jr, G., & Martin, K. 2019. Not from guile but from entitlement: Lawful opportunism capitalizes on the cracks in contracts. Buffalo Law Review, 67: 1–52.
  • de los Reyes Jr, G., & Scholz, M. 2019. The limits of the business case for sustainability: Don't count on ‘Creating Shared Value to extinguish corporate destruction. Journal of Cleaner Production, 221: 785–794.
  • Scholz, M., de los Reyes, G., & Smith, N. C. 2019. The Enduring Potential of Justified Hypernorms. Business Ethics Quarterly, 29(3): 317–342.
  • de los Reyes, G., & Scholz, M. 2019. Guest editorial. Competitiveness Review, 29(1): 2–4.
  • de los Reyes, G., & Scholz, M. 2019. Response to Porter: Responsibility for realising the promise of shared value. Managing sustainable business: 347–361. Springer.
  • de los Reyes, G., Scholz, M., & Smith, N. C. 2017. Beyond the “Win-Win”: Creating Shared Value requires ethical frameworks. California Management Review, 59(2): 142–167.
  • de los Reyes, G., Kim, T. W., & Weaver, G. R. 2017. Teaching ethics in business schools: A conversation on disciplinary differences, academic provincialism, and the case for integrated pedagogy. Academy of Management Learning & Education, 16(2): 314–336.
  • Scholz, M., & de los Reyes, G. 2015. Creating shared value–Grenzen und Vorschläge für eine Weiterentwicklung. Zfwu Zeitschrift Für Wirtschafts-Und Unternehmensethik, 16(2): 192–202.
  • Scholz, M., & de los Reyes, G. 2015. Management von Shared Value–eine legitime Corporate Strategy. Corporate Social Responsibility: 543–555. Springer.