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Open Educational Resource: Glossary—Adam Smith’s “Wealth of Nations”

By Chris MacDonald Announcing a new, free, online resource: a robust glossary of Adam Smith’s 1776 The Wealth of Nations, at www.thewealthofnations.net. The glossary contains over 250 words, and is growing based on feedback. Everyone who teaches business ethics will be aware of the work of Adam Smith, and many will also be aware of […]

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“Analysis and Implications of the Social Rights” by M. Isabel Garrido Gómez

M. Isabel Garrido Gómez announces the publication of Análisis e implicaciones de los derechos sociales / Analysis and Implications of the Social Rights, Dykinson, Madrid -Spain-, 2021. The book Analysis and Implications of Social Rights (Análisis e implicaciones de los derechos sociales, Dykinson, Madrid -Spain-, 2021) reviews the most characteristic aspects of the social rule of law […]

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“Whistling at the Fake” Research Project

“Whistling at the Fake: The Crucial Role of Whistleblowers in Countering Disinformation” is a research project funded by NATO’s Public Diplomacy Division as part of its resilience projects. It aims at addressing the gap of citizen comprehension of the forms, means, and impacts of misinformation and disinformation, and empowering the general public with the tools […]

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Exploring the Predictive Power of Guilt with Taya Cohen

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York recently released a podcast series focused on Banking Culture Reform: Norms, Mindsets, and Decision-Making (https://www.newyorkfed.org/podcast). The series of nine episodes dives into banking culture reform, examining the norms and mindsets that contribute to ethical decision-making. I discuss my work on moral character in Episode 2: Exploring the Predictive […]

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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee for SBE

SBE is seeking members to serve on a new Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) committee, as we consider how we might make SBE more welcoming to more people. The committee will make recommendations to the Board. Current SBE members interested in serving on the DEI committee are invited to fill out this form, aware that […]

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 […]