Category: Member News


Member News, September 2021

“Digital Transformation and Ethics” by Kirchschläger

Kirchschläger, P. G. (2021). Digital Transformation and Ethics: Ethical Considerations on the Robotization and Automatization of Society and Economy and the Use of Artificial Intelligence. Baden-Baden: Nomos. This book discusses digitalization, robotization, and automation of society and of the economy and the use of artificial intelligence from an ethical perspective. After an introduction on the […]

Member News, September 2021

“Philosophy and Management Studies: A Research Overview” by Mir and Greenwood

Mir, R., & Greenwood, M. (2021). Philosophy and Management Studies: A Research Overview. Routledge; Abingdon, UK Irrespective of whether one thinks of philosophy explicitly, each organizational researcher is a philosopher. A philosophical position is predicated on a variety of approaches relating to ontology, epistemology, methodology, ethics, and political positions. Depending on where one stands with […]

June 2021, Member News

Reflections from Libby Scott on her time as Managing Editor at BEQ

The Managing Editor’s perch gives one a unique perspective on a journal and the scholars in a discipline. When Gary Weaver asked me to become Managing Editor, he said “BEQ takes a developmental approach. I know we’re doing a good job when we receive thank you notes even from people whose papers we reject.”  I […]

June 2021, Member News

Ignacio Ferrero, Ron Beadle and Marta Rocchi Awarded 3rd Place in Business Ethics Research Prize

Ignacio Ferrero, Ron Beadle and Marta Rocchi have been awarded third place in the 4th Edition of the Business Ethics Research Prize organized and sponsored by Bankinter Consumer Finance and the Business Ethics Chair at ICADE Business School (Spain). The prize was awarded for their article, “Can Finance Be a Virtuous Practice? A MacIntyrean Account” published in Business Ethics […]

June 2021, Member News

“A Christian Approach to Corporate Religious Liberty” by Edward A. David

When a for-profit enterprise asserts a right to religious freedom, how should we think about the morality of such a claim? One approach views the enterprise as a “corporate moral person” and then extends strong freedoms to it based upon perceived responsibilities toward moral personhood. Another approach moves in an opposite direction, viewing the enterprise […]

June 2021, Member News

Professor Hsieh Serving as Acting Director at Harvard University’s Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics

Professor Nien-hê Hsieh of Harvard Business School will be serving as the Acting Director of Harvard University’s Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics for the 2021-2022 academic year. Learn more about Professor Hsieh here: https://ethics.harvard.edu/people/nien-hվ-hsieh  

June 2021, Member News

20% Discount: “Corporate Responsibility for Wealth Creation and Human Rights” by Georges Enderle

Download the full details here >  Georges Enderle proposes a radically new understanding of corporate responsibility in the global and pluralistic context. This book introduces a framework that integrates the ideas of wealth creation and human rights, which is illustrated by multiple corporate examples, and provides a sharp critique of the maximizing shareholder value ideology. […]

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In Memory of Denis Collins

Denis Collins passed away, at home in Madison and surrounded by family, on February 25. Denis was a longtime member of SBE, Professor Emeritus at Edgewood College School of Business and Visiting Professor at UW-Madison, and the donor of the newly-announced SBE Best Practical Solutions Award. He was a widely-appreciated member of the community of […]

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Open Educational Resource: Making Choices in Online “Mini-Simulations”

“What would you do if your boss asked you to fudge the numbers in a report?” “What would you do if a colleague revealed they were lying to customers about product?” “What would you do if asked whether your company should install new, expensive pollution-abatement technology?” These sorts of questions are common in ethics and […]

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Preethi Misha Successfully Defends PhD at Nottingham Business School

Preethi Misha, Society for Business Ethics member and Emerging Scholar and Founders’ award recipient (2018) successfully defended her PhD on November 20, 2020 at Nottingham Business School, Nottingham Trent University. Dr. Misha’s PhD explored how unethical leadership trickles down from the top to the lower levels of the hierarchy. The dissertation consisted of two studies. The first […]