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June 2020, News

Pioneers in Business Ethics – Project Update

THE PIONEERS IN BUSINESS ETHICS PROJECT GoFund Me Campaign: https://gf.me/u/ykpja7 Worrying about ethics in commerce may have begun in 1800 BC with the Code of Hammurabi, aimed at creating laws and norms in the ancient city of Babylon. As a separate academic discipline, though, modern normative business ethics began in the early 1970s following the […]

June 2020, News

Call for Nominations and Expression of Interest: Editor in Chief of “Business Ethics Quarterly”

The Executive Board of the Society for Business Ethics invites nominations and expressions of interest to become the next Editor in Chief of Business Ethics Quarterly, to serve a five-year term beginning in August of 2021. Business Ethics Quarterly (BEQ) is a leading peer-reviewed academic journal published by the Society for Business Ethics (SBE) through […]

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June Newsletter – Call for News & Submissions

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 June Newsletter by Wednesday, June 17. Please email submissions to me at jason.stansbury@calvin.edu, with the subject line “SBE June Newsletter.” Potential newsletter content includes the following: Position announcements: Please […]

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Business Ethics, Oxford University Press (Crane/Matten/Glozer/Spence, 5th edition) is available online

Business Ethics, Oxford University Press (Crane/Matten/Glozer/Spence, 5th edition) is available online to students and faculty hit by COVID19. We are pleased to announce that OUP have agreed access to the online version of this book. The request has to come from *University Librarians* as follows. Please pass to them if you wish your students to […]

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Submit Announcements for January 2020 Newsletter

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 Monday, 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: […]

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Board Membership – Cast Your Vote by Dec 20

All current SBE members are reminded to vote for one of our two outstanding candidates for the 2020-2025 term on the Board. A message was sent from our outsourced election service, BigPulse.com, to all current SBE members on December 5. That message contains a link to the online ballot, and to biographies of the two […]

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Remembering Rev. Raymond C. Baumhart

Rev. Raymond C. Baumhart, S.J., Loyola University Chicago’s longest-serving president and an influential scholar of business ethics, passed away early Thursday, October 10, at Colombiere Center in Clarkston, Michigan at the age of 95. As professor and dean at the School of Business and then as president, Father Baumhart was influential in opening the doors […]

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International Business Ethics Case Competition

The International Business Ethics Case Competition (IBECC) is the oldest case competition of its kind. Founded in 1996 by Professor Thomas White at Loyola Marymount University, it has grown annually to host teams from across the U.S. and around the world. A proven and well-known event that is still expanding, IBECC is now an independent […]

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SAVE THE DATE

The Thomas W. Dunfee Distinguished Lecture Series in Ethics presents Elizabeth Anderson. THE WORK ETHIC: It’s Origins, Legacy, and Future. SAVE THE DATE TWD Lecture Series in Ethics

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2019 IJIC Business Ethics Case Writing Competition

The International Journal of Instructional Cases (IJIC) is pleased to announce the launch of its 2019 Business Ethics Case Writing Competition. Goal of the competition: We share a strong commitment to advancing good business ethics curricula for both undergraduate and graduate programs. To that end, this competition aims to generate teachable concise cases with expanded teaching notes related to addressing […]