Joseph Patrick Sevilla
JP was a member of the 2007 cohort of Petrie-Flom Academic Fellows. He received his Ph.D. in Economics from Harvard. In addition to holding an Academic Fellowship at the Center, JP has held appointments as Assistant Professor at the Harvard School of Public Health, and Research Associate in the Department of Global Health and Population where he is currently working. His research focuses on understanding the consequences of reductionist accounts of personhood, personal identity, and agency for issues in ethics such as moral responsibility and justice, interpersonal and intrapersonal distribution, and population-level resource allocation principles.
Research Associate, Department of Global Health and Populations,
Harvard School of
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