Michael Heumann Michael Heumann is a Research Assistant at the Institute for Business Ethics. Michael Heumann has worked at the Institute for Business Ethics (IWE-HSG) since January 2015. At the same time, he is studying at the PhD-level at the University of St.Gallen in the programme Organization Studies and Cultural Theory (DOK). From 2007 to 2010, Michael Heumann studied psychology, criminal law and criminology at the University of Bern and finished with a degree in Bachelor of Science. From 2010 to 2013, he studied psychology (major) at the same University and obtained a Master of Science in Psychology with a thesis in the field of social psychology. In this context in 2011, he completed a foreign exchange semester at the Universitat de València, Spain. From 2013 to 2016, he studied Management, Organization Studies and Cultural Theory (MOK) at the University of St.Gallen and finished with a Master of Arts. From July 2013 to December 2015, Michael Heumann worked as an external associate for the Swiss Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (SFIVET) in the field of economic education, specifically financial literacy. In the European Leonardo da Vinci partnership FLin€VET, he dealt with the possibilities of how financial literacy can be adequately and sustainably conceptualized in the European vocational education and training context within a comprehensive socioeconomic education framework. In the context of his current work at the Institute for Business Ethics, Michael Heumann is also a research assistant at the Transatlantic Doctoral Academy (TADA) on Business, Economics & Ethics. Furthermore, he is a teaching assistant in the learning module Economics and Ethics (Wirtschaft und Ethik) at the Distance Learning University Switzerland (FernUni Schweiz). His research interests include: philosophy of economics, practical philosophy, economy and refugees, responsibility in professional sports and socio-economic education. Michael Heumann is a 2016 FASPE Business Fellow (Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics). His MOK-thesis on the relationship between profit maximization and charitable corporate giving (Effective Altruism) based on the discussion of the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative was awarded with the Arthur-Rich-Preis 2017 and an appreciation prize in the context of the oikos Sustainability Thesis Award 2017. Since 2018, Michael Heumann is involved in the contextual studies with a class on professional sports, economics and ethics ("Siegen um jeden Preis? Die Jagd nach Profit und Pokalen aus wirtschaftsethischer Perspektive").