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Satz’s research focuses on a wide variety of issues, including the ethical limits of markets, the nature of and justifications for equality和 the distribution of educational opportunity. She is the author of several books, including Why Some Things Should Not Be For Sale: The Moral Limits of Markets （2010年）和 Economic Analysis, Moral Philosophy and Public Policy (with Dan Hausman and Michael McPherson) (2017), as well as numerous articles, essays和 reviews. She is the current (and first woman) editor of the journal Philosophy and Public Affairs and is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
The Summer Humanities Institute, 人文核心和 City College of New York-Stanford Teaching Exchange are three of the many ongoing initiatives that began under her leadership.
Satz served as chair of the Stanford Faculty Senate in 2016-17 and from 2008 to 2015 was the faculty director of the McCoy Family Center for Ethics in Society. Along with professor of political science Rob Reich, she co-founded the Hope House Scholars program, in which Stanford faculty and students teach college-level humanities courses at a residential drug and alcohol treatment facility for women.
A New York City native and first-generation college student, Satz earned a bachelor of arts degree in philosophy from City College of New York followed by a doctorate in philosophy from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Satz is committed to promoting and deepening foundational research across the school. She looks forward to leveraging the strengths of H&S faculty, students和 staff to help the school confront the challenges—and seize the opportunities—of our complex and rapidly changing world.