Professor Karl Boedecker has been teaching in the School of
Management at USF since 1976. Karl has a PhD in Business
Administration, along with an M.A in Economics and a J.D from USF
Law. Karl's research combines his expertise in business,
economics and law. He is currently researching employment law,
product safety, unfair competition and corporate governance.
Karl's previous research has been published in dozens of
academic journals and he has given presentations at prestigious
conferences such as, Academy of Legal Studies in Business Annual
Conference and the Pacific Southwest Academy of Legal Studies
Conference, among others. Karl not only teaches law, he has seen
the law in action. He was a practicing attorney in civil litigation
and trial practice and was a legal clerk for the Honorable Ira A.
Brown, in the Law and Motion Department within the San Francisco
Superior Court. Karl also fulfills the Jesuit mission to serve and
help others, especially the less fortunate. He has spent time
volunteering with Soup and Substance and has led a Dominican
College Retreat. Karl is currently teaching Managerial Environment
in the MBA program and Legal and Regulatory Environment at an
undergraduate level within the School of Management at USF.
Ph.D., Business Administration
- MBA615: Managerial Environment
- BA301: Legal and Regulatory Environment