Darrel is a Professor of Professor of International Political Theory and Professor of Philosophy at Johann Wolfgang Universit ät Frankfurt am Main . He is the author of Cosmopolitan Justice (2002), Global Inequality Matters (2009) , and The Moral Challenge of Dangerous Climate Change: Values, Poverty, and Policy (2014) . He co - edited (with Christopher J. Roederer ) Jurisprudence (2004), (with Gillian Brock) Current Debates in Global Justice (200 5 ), (with Thomas Pogge) Global Justice: Seminal Essays ( 2008) and (with Heather Widdows) The Handbook of Global Ethics (2014 ). He has published articles in journals such as Ethics , Ethics and International Affairs, Journal of Political Philosophy, and The Monist. He has been a Member of the School of Social Sci ences at the Institute for Advanced Study (Princeton) and a Senior Fellow at Justitia Amplificata at Goethe Unviersit ä t, Frankfurt and the Forschungskolleg Humanwissenschaften. His work has been supported by the National Endowment for Humanities, the Frien ds of the Institute for Advanced Studies, and the Deutsche Akademische Austausch Dienst. He currently is pursuing research in the following two areas: Justice, Ethics, and D evelopment in the age of the Anthropocene ; and Social Progress and Hope.
Sabina is the Oliver T. Carr, Jr. Professor in International Affairs at the George Washington University, and the Director of the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative (OPHI), an economic research centre within the Oxford Department of International Development at the University of Oxford, England, which was established in 2007. She is a fellow of the Human Development and Capability Association. Alkire and fellow OPHI member economist James Foster developed the Alkire Foster Method, a method of measuring multidimensional poverty. It includes identifying ‘who is poor’ by considering the range of deprivations they suffer, and aggregating that information to reflect societal poverty.