Kebene Wodajo, Ph.D. Kebene Wodajo, Ph.D., is a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for Business Ethics. Kebene Wodajo is a post-doctoral researcher at the Institute for Business Ethics, University of St.Gallen. Her research project “Potentials and Limits of Emerging Technologies for the Development in Sub-Saharan Africa” is funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation. Prior to taking up her current position, Wodajo has been a lecture and visiting lecturer at Ambo University and Addis Ababa University School of Law, respectively (Summer 2019). She was a visiting student researcher at UC Berkeley, School of Law Center for Law and Economics with a research focus on law and economics of multinational enterprises’ social responsibility – tortious liability (Spring 2017). Between 2014 and 2017 she served as assistant editor of Asian Journal of Law and Society. Wodajo holds Ph.D. in Laws – major in international economic law from Shanghai JioTong University (2019); LL.M. & M.A in Economic Analysis of Law (triple degree) from Universität Hamburg in collaboration with UC Berkeley, Ghent University and Aix-Marseille Université (2016/2017); LL.M. in International Law from Wuhan University (2013) and LL.B. in Law from Mekelle University (2008). Her research interest lies at the intersection of BHR, law and economics of corporate responsibility, business ethics and economic analysis of international law.