Category: Events


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R:ETRO Seminar Series

Reputation: Ethics, Trust, and Relationships at Oxford R:ETRO Seminar Series Oxford University Centre for Corporate Reputation Saïd Business School Please join us online on Wednesday, 26th January, at 4pm GMT, for this term’s first R:ETRO seminar, hosted by the Oxford University Centre for Corporate Reputation. Mollie Painter (Nottingham Business School) will be giving a paper […]

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IBECC to be held virtually April 20-22

The 25th International Business Ethics Case Competition will be held online from April 20 to 22, 2022. Because of the uncertainty connected with Covid, we have decided the safest course of action for everyone involved is for us to be online again. Registration is now open. Fees will be the same as last year: $250 […]

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SBE 2022 Annual Conference – Updates

The Society for Business Ethics 2022 Annual Conference will be held August 5-7 in beautiful Seattle, Washington. Many SBE attendees also register for and attend the Academy of Management annual meeting at other venues in the city on the same days.  Pre-conference activities include the ever-popular teaching workshop on the afternoon of August 4, the […]

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Paul Polman to discuss “Net Positive” on Feb 3 Livestream

Colleagues, Paul Polman, former CEO of Unilever will discuss his new book NET POSITIVE: HOW COURAGEOUS COMPANIES THRIVE BY GIVING MORE THAN THEY TAKE on a Zoom on February 3, 2022 at noon EST. A response will be provided by the Executive Director of the United Nations Global Compact, Sanda Ojiambo. Details are listed in […]

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2022 Global DEI Case Writing Competition: Webinar Invitation

Webinar: Dec. 8, 2021; 10:00 a.m. EST Inclusive Writing, DEI Concepts, & other Case Writing Tips The topic of the case study must be diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) as a business-related dilemma and/or represented by a diverse protagonist grappling with a decision within any type of business discipline. The dilemma can also be cross-disciplinary, […]

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Working as Equals: June 2021 Workshop

Registration is now open for Working as Equals, a workshop on relational egalitarianism and the workplace. The workshop will take place online from 2-5 June 2021, 2-7pm UTC (10am-3pm Eastern Time, 7am-12pm Pacific Time). Please register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/working-as-equals-tickets-149596542285. A full program follows. For more details, including abstracts, see https://workingasequals.net/ Keynote Speakers Nien-hê Hsieh (Harvard) Niko […]

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“Rethinking Political Economy in the age of crisis” EBEN/SBE Panel

“Rethinking Political Economy in the age of crisis” A joint EBEN/SBE Panel on 21st century sustainable development in the age of crisis   Panel organizers: Joseph DesJardins, Patricia H. Werhane, Michael S. Aßländer Contact person: Patricia Werhane, pwerhane@depaul.edu or telephone: 1-434 466 4840 Joint EBEN/SBE Workshop Series, Friday, 14th of May 2021, 3.00 p.m. – […]

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Workshop on Teaching Professional Ethics through Experiential Learning: The Georgetown Approach

June 2-3, 2021 | Virtual Workshop Teaching business ethics in an effective way presents a difficult challenge. Courses that focus on abstract philosophical ethics employ terminology and methodology that are not familiar to most business students. Yet courses that employ the strictly empirical methodology of the social sciences lack a truly normative core. Further, learning […]

Events, January 2020

Bentley Business Ethics Teaching Workshop, May 2021

Dear Colleagues, I write to solicit applications for the 17th Annual Global Business Ethics Teaching Workshop, hosted by the Hoffman Center for Business Ethics at Bentley University, and sponsored by the State Street Foundation. Please spread the word! This three-day Workshop, to be held virtually from May 24 – 26, 2021, is designed to provide […]

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AOM SIM: Racial Justice at the Intersection of Business and Society

Web-Forum Series The SIM Racial Justice Committee seeks to expand the conversation of race and identity in the business academy. Building on the important research traditions within management scholarship that critically engage the role of race in interpersonal conflict and group dynamics, we intend to demonstrate the value of racial considerations in areas of management […]