Isaac H. Smith is a PhD candidate in organizational behavior at the University of Utah. Broadly stated, his research focuses on the morality and ethics of organizations and the people within them. Specifically, his research examines the psychology of inspiration, the causes and consequences of ethical decision-making, and the potential role of business in battling the world’s social ills, such as poverty. His work has been published in Psychological Science, Academy of Management Learning and Education, Journal of Business Ethics, and Entrepreneurship: Theory & Practice, and has been covered by various media outlets, including ABC News Radio, BBC World Service Radio, Bloomberg Businessweek, Boston Globe, Chicago Tribune, CNN.com, Discover Magazine, Drudge Report, Forbes, The Guardian, Huffington Post, NBC News.com, Pacific Standard, Psychology Today, The Telegraph, Time, Toronto Sun, and The Wall Street Journal. More importantly, Isaac is the proud father of two little boys.