Clark H. Warner is a doctoral candidate in management science at the Toulouse School of Management. His research is in behavioral ethics with a focus on the role of intuition in ethical decision making. He is a recent graduate of the Boston University School of Theology having completed a master’s degree in theological studies, again with a focus on ethics. Clark also holds both an MBA and an MA in Sociology from Stanford University and a bachelor's degree in Applied Mathematics-Computer Science from Harvard University.
Prior to his recent studies, Clark was a high-tech professional and worked at such companies as Apple, Netezza and IBM in a variety of capacities including, engineering manager, director of software engineering and Sr. director/program director of product management. He participated in the development of Apple’s MacOS X as manager of the file system as well as in the development of Netezza’s NPS data warehouse appliance and many of its successors.
- Behavioral Ethics
- Moral Intuition
- Ethical Climate
- Organizational Behavior
- The role of affect in ethical decision making: the process of moral emotion socialization
- 2016 - Master in Theological Studies / Boston University
- 1993 - Master, Business administration / Stanford University
- 1993 - Master of Arts in Sociology / Stanford University
- 1985 - A.B. in Applied Mathematics - Computer Science / Harvard University
- Since 2016 - PhD / Toulouse School of Management