Zoltan Miklosi received his Ph.D. in Philosophy from ELTE University, where he specialized in political and moral philosophy. His research areas concern questions of political obligation, distributive justice, and the problem of global justice. His current work focuses on the role of institutions in specifying the requirements of justice, and on how different distributive concerns regarding process and outcome may be integrated within a unified theory of distributive justice. He has been teaching courses in introduction to political philosophy, cosmopolitanism and global justice, and distributive justice. His most recent publications include "Against the Principle of All Affected Interests," Social Theory and Practice 38:3 (2012), and "How Does the Difference Principle Make a Difference?" Res Publica 14:3 (2010).