Category: Member News

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Newsletter Launch – Notre Dame Deloitte Center for Ethical Leadership

The Notre Dame Deloitte Center for Ethical Leadership has relaunched its newsletter, the most recent of which can be found here. With a mission to inform, equip, and inspire values-based leaders, the newsletterprovides research highlights and industry perspectives on timely topics.  You can join the mailing list here and follow the Center’s LinkedIn for more […]

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Publication of “Technology Ethics: A Philosophical Introduction and Readings”

  Technology Ethics: A Philosophical Introduction and Readings (Routledge 2023, eds. Gregory Robson and Jonathan Tsou) examines the most pivotal ethical questions around our use of technology, equipping readers to better understand technology’s promises and perils. It explores throughout a central tension raised by technological progress: maintaining social stability versus pursuing dynamic social improvements, devoting several […]

Letter from the Executive Director, Member News

Nominations for SBE Board of Directors

​​Nominations are now being accepted for the upcoming election of the next 2 members of the SBE Board of Directors.   As you may remember, we need to elect two board members– one to take on the 2023-2028 position, the other to take on the 2024-2029 position.  One elected candidates will serve as an at-large Board […]

In Memoriam, Member News

In Memoriam: Dennis Moberg

Written by Kirk O. Hanson, Santa Clara University & Stanford GSB (Emeritus) Dennis J. Moberg, emeritus professor at the Santa Clara University Leavey School of Business, died May 31, 2023, after a long bout with cancer.  Dennis was a pioneer in business ethics, having held two endowed chairs at Santa Clara, the Wilkinson Chair of […]

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Jeff Moriarty published “Business Ethics: A Contemporary Introduction”

MORE DETAILS: Business Ethics: A Contemporary Introduction Packed with examples, this book offers a clear and engaging overview of ethical issues in business. It begins with a discussion of foundational issues, including the objectivity of ethics, the content of ethical theories, and the debate between capitalism and socialism, making it suitable for the beginning student. […]

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Kendy Hess and Team Receive NEH grant

Kendy Hess (College of the Holy Cross) and her colleagues have received a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities for the College’s interdisciplinary minor in Ethics, Society, and the Institution of Business.  Title:  Interdisciplinary Minor in Ethics, Society, and the Institution of Business (ESIB) Amount:  $140,230 over two years Brief description:  What is […]

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Journal of Business Ethics’ 40th Anniversary Issue

1982-2022: Shaping Debates in Business, Ethics and Society for 40 Years Journal of Business Ethics turned 40 in 2022. A 40th Anniversary Issue with an editorial by Professor Laura Spence and five collaborative essays by JBE editors on the future of business ethics in relation to global and local challenges, megatrends in technology, work, social, […]

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Kenneth Silver Receives ERC Grant

Kenneth Silver (Trinity College Dublin) has received an ERC grant in the amount of €1,371,715 over 5 years for a project on Corporate Moral Progress (CMP). Title: Corporate Moral Progress (CMP) Amount: €1,371,715 over 5 years Brief description: Within business ethics, there is a longstanding debate concerning Corporate Moral Responsibility, the question of whether corporations themselves are the kinds […]

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“Business Ethics: What Everyone Needs to Know” by Nelson and Stout

J.S. Nelson & Lynn A. Stout, Business Ethics: What Everyone Needs to Know (Oxford University Press, 2022). “Business Ethics: What Everyone Needs to Know explains what ethical lines are, how not to cross them, and what to do when they are crossed. The book draws on moral philosophy, behavioral science, economics, and corporate law to […]

In Memoriam, Member News

In Memoriam: Gerald Cavanagh

Gerald F. Cavanagh, S.J., the Charles T. Fisher III Chair of Business Ethics at University of Detroit Mercy, died November 8, 2022, at age 91. He had finished teaching his last class only two months before. “Jerry” to all, Cavanagh was one of the original cadre of professors who launched the Social Issues Division of […]