James J. Cordeiro is reading for the MSt in Practical Ethics at Pembroke College. His MSt thesis focuses on contracting and partial ectogestation. He is a Fellow of The Romanell Center for Clinical Ethics and the Philosophy of Medicine (University at Buffalo) and also serves as Chair in the School of Business and Management in the State University of New York in Brockport, New York where he lives. He has a PhD in management (SUNY Buffalo) and MBA in finance (University of Rochester). He has over 4000 citations to his research, he serves on the editorial review boards of a number of leading journals in sustainability and management and has been a visiting scholar at a number of leading universities including Lund U., Central European University, Cardiff, Padova, Humboldt (Berlin) with funding from ESRC (UK) and Erasmus Mundus (EU) fellowships. His research interests in practical ethics include the ethics of development and deployment of assistive gestational technologies as well as autonomous transportation technology. He is also involved in corporate social responsibility, governance, and sustainability initiatives as part of a research program in applied business ethics in India and the USA.