Category: Member News


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 jason.stansbury@calvin.edu, 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 […]

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“Business Ethics in Action” 2nd Edition by Domènec Melé

This comprehensive textbook, packed with international cases, places individual human action at the heart of ethical business, arguing that business ethics guides human excellence in businesses. With its unique person-centred approach and student-centred pedagogy, this book will help students to discover and frame ethical issues in business, allowing them to gain an understanding of the […]

June 2020, Member News

Rosemarie Monge Promoted to Associate Professor with Tenure at University of St. Thomas

Rosemarie Monge was promoted to Associate Professor with Tenure in the Department of Ethics and Business Law at the Opus College of Business, University of St. Thomas. Professor Monge’s research is in normative ethics, with an emphasis on examining the normative foundations for managerial responsibility. Her most recent work concerns the importance of intention and […]

June 2020, Member News

Lauren Taylor Awarded Doctor of Philosophy by Harvard University

Lauren A. Taylor, 2019 Society for Business Ethics Emerging Scholar and Founders’ Award recipient, was awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the subject of Health Policy and Management by Harvard University on 28 May 2020. Dr. Taylor’s dissertation, “Ethical and Strategic Issues in Non-Profit Resource Management,” is comprised of three papers. Using qualitative […]

June 2020, Member News

“Ethical Theory and Business” by Arnold, Beauchamp, and Bowie

Ethical Theory and Business, 10th ed. Cambridge University Press ISBN-13: 978-1108435260. ISBN-10: 1108435262 For forty years, successive editions of Ethical Theory and Business have helped to define the field of business ethics. The 10th edition reflects the current, multidisciplinary nature of the field by explicitly embracing a variety of perspectives on business ethics, including philosophy, […]

June 2020, Member News

Marta Rocchi and Andrea Roncella win first prize ex-aequo of the Ethics & Trust in Finance Global Award

The two young scholars, both members of the Society for Business Ethics, won the international competition, organized by the Observatoire de la Finance, with their articles entitled: “Technomoral Financial Agents: Ethics in the Fintech Era” (Marta Rocchi), and “Finance Needs ‘Bilinguals’ Too” (Andrea Roncella & Luca Roncella). The prize ceremony took place in Paris, at […]