Category: Member News

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Introducing Tae Wan Kim, New Member of the Board of Directors

Congratulations to our newest member of the board of directors, Tae Wan Kim, associate professor at Carnegie-Mellon University. Tae Wan joined the Society in 2007, during his PhD program at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School. He was one of our Emerging Scholars in 2010, and has presented his work at our annual meetings every year […]

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“ROTTEN” by Marc J. Epstein and Kirk O. Hanson

“ROTTEN: Why Corporate Misconduct Continues and What to Do About It” by Marc J. Epstein and Kirk O. Hanson Published January 2021 Marc J. Epstein and Kirk O. Hanson, Rotten: Why Corporate Misconduct Continues and What to Do About It, Lanark Press, Los Altos, CA, 2021.   Rotten is an “insiders’ account” of failed efforts […]

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Gazi Islam named co-Editor-in-Chief at the Journal of Business Ethics

Springer Nature and the Editors-in-Chief of the journal are delighted to announce that Gazi Islam has been appointed as Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Business Ethics effective 1 January 2021. He replaces Ed Freeman who is stepping down at the end of 2020 after a five-year tenure and joins incumbent Co-editor-in-Chief Michelle Greenwood. Gazi is Professor […]

January 2020, Member News

Dr. Andreas Georg Scherer Named Doctor Honoris Causa

Prof. Dr. Andreas Georg Scherer Named Doctor honoris causa (Dr. h.c.) of the University of Hamburg (Germany) Prof. Dr. Andreas Georg Scherer, Chair of Foundations of Business Administration and Theories of the Firm of the University of Zurich (Switzerland), has been awarded an honorary doctorate from the Faculty of Business, Economics and Social Sciences of […]

January 2020, Member News

Podcast “What Does It Profit?”

Georgetown University Practitioner Fellow, Dr. Dawn Carpenter, Launches Business Ethics Podcast Stay tuned: January 20, 2021 marks the launch of Season 2 of the What Does It Profit Podcast. This 30-minute business ethics podcast explores the moral and social value of business. Season One featured the Father of Sustainability and Dean of CSR, John Elkington, […]

January 2020, Member News

“Corporate Responsibility for Wealth Creation and Human Rights” by Georges Enderle

Corporate Responsibility for Wealth Creation and Human Rights by Georges Enderle Cambridge University Press, January 2021 Download the discount flyer for 20% off your purchase.  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 […]

January 2020, Member News

BEQ Announces New Editors-in-Chief

The Board of Directors of the Society for Business Ethics is pleased to announce that the new co-Editors in Chief of Business Ethics Quarterly will be Professors Mollie Painter and Frank den Hond, beginning in August 2021. Professors den Hond and Painter will be succeeding Professor Bruce Barry, whose five-year term as Editor in Chief […]

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Call for Announcements – January 2021

Hello Everyone, On behalf of the Society for Business Ethics, I would like to invite members and friends of the Society to submit content for our upcoming January Newsletter by Wednesday, January 13. Please email submissions to me at, with the subject line “SBE January Newsletter.” Potential newsletter content includes the following: Position announcements: Please […]

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“Leadership by Values” by Ramesh Subramanian

Ramesh Subramanian et al, Leadership by Values – The Proverbial Cwtch of The Panglossian, Notion Press India, 2020 The eternal hug of the ever-optimistic Leader, to his values is what is being de-constructed in this book. It delves into the mind of a Leader, the interplay that happens in his amygdala, hijacked positively perpetually, when […]

Member News, September 2020

CMU Researcher Among Team Awarded $4.4 Million Grant to Study Honesty

Republished from Carnegie Mellon University Taya Cohen, Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior and Theory at Carnegie Mellon University’s Tepper School of Business, along with four Wake Forest University professors has been awarded a $4.4 million grant from the John Templeton Foundation to explore scientific and philosophical questions about honesty. The grant will fund a three-year […]