Otto Kroesen is assistant professor in (business) ethics, cross-cultural entrepreneurship and development theory at the Technical University Delft. He is the coordinator of the minor program "International Entrepreneurship and Development" and organizes and supervises internships and master theses in developing countries. In this program more than 60 students are involved in the building of frugal prototypes, the writing of business plans, feasibility studies, customer profiles, marketing studies and policy studies in 15 countries in developing economies.
His research focuses on the co-development of society, values and technology, especially in view of future strategies for developing countries, both in terms of entrepreneurship and the broader framework of governance. He published on the moral philosophy of Levinas, and about society, values and technology from a comprehensive historical perspective, with a special focus on the work of the sociologist and language philosopher Rosenstock-Huessy.
Assistant professor in (business) ethics, cross-cultural entrepreneurship and development theory at Delft University of Technology
PhD, the philosophy of Emmanuel Levinas, Theological University of Kampen