In 2008, under the glare of the controversy over the Danish cartoons, one of Flemming Rose’s few appearances on an American campus was sponsored by Dr. Gary Hull, director of the Program on Values and Ethics in the Marketplace at Duke University. Dr Hull has for five years taught and supervised the Power of Ideas, one of Duke’s most popular honors programs. In late 2001, he made national news when he posted an article calling for a strong military response to the 9/11 attacks. Duke pulled his website, but reinstated it after the action gained wide publicity.
Dr. Hull is editor of The Abolition of Anti-Trust and co-editor of The Ayn Rand Reader. His articles and op-eds have appeared in the Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Philadelphia Inquirer, Chicago Tribune, Forbes.com, and Barron's. He has served as an ethics advisor to major corporations and has lectured to business groups (The Young Presidents’ Organization), corporations (Pfizer, GlaxoSmithKline), and audiences at major universities (NYU, Harvard, Stanford, the University of Michigan, UC Berkeley, UCLA).
Dr. Hull earned his Ph.D. in Philosophy from The Claremont Graduate School, and previously taught business ethics in the MBA programs at The Claremont Graduate School and Duke’s Fuqua School of Business.