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Events, Member News

R:ETRO Seminar Series

Reputation: Ethics, Trust, and Relationships at Oxford R:ETRO Seminar Series Oxford University Centre for Corporate Reputation Saïd Business School Please join us online on Wednesday, 26th January, at 4pm GMT, for this term’s first R:ETRO seminar, hosted by the Oxford University Centre for Corporate Reputation. Mollie Painter (Nottingham Business School) will be giving a paper […]

Job Openings

Lecturer Position in Business Ethics at Santa Clara University

The Leavey School of Business at Santa Clara University invites applications for a Business Ethics Lecturer Position (Full-Time) in the Management and Entrepreneurship department with an expected start date of September 1, 2022. For more information and to apply, please visit:

Member News

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 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 […]

Calls for Papers

Reminder – Philosophy of Management 2022 Conference

1-4 July 2022, St Anne’s College Oxford, UK Our 2022 conference, the 14th Philosophy of Management conference, will be held at our familiar Oxford setting in the form of unhurried presentations and discussions, and seeks to explore how philosophy can help to manage contemporary challenges. We welcome submissions that undertake philosophical enquiry into the ontology, […]

Calls for Papers

Business Ethics in the 6ix, vol. 6

Business Ethics in the 6ix is an annual event in Toronto where new research in business ethics is discussed. While the workshop started in 2016 mostly as a local conference, it has steadily grown. Last year’s edition saw participants from 14 different universities in 4 countries. The sixth edition of BE6 will take place May […]

Member News

“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 […]

Conferences, Events

IBECC to be held virtually April 20-22

The 25th International Business Ethics Case Competition will be held online from April 20 to 22, 2022. Because of the uncertainty connected with Covid, we have decided the safest course of action for everyone involved is for us to be online again. Registration is now open. Fees will be the same as last year: $250 […]

Conferences, Events

SBE 2022 Annual Conference – Updates

The Society for Business Ethics 2022 Annual Conference will be held August 5-7 in beautiful Seattle, Washington. Many SBE attendees also register for and attend the Academy of Management annual meeting at other venues in the city on the same days.  Pre-conference activities include the ever-popular teaching workshop on the afternoon of August 4, the […]


Workshop on Teaching Professional Ethics through Experiential Learning: The Georgetown Approach

Teaching business ethics in an effective way presents a difficult challenge. Courses that focus on abstract philosophical ethics employ terminology and methodology that are not familiar to most business students. Yet courses that employ the strictly empirical methodology of the social sciences lack a truly normative core. Further, learning about ethics in the abstract is often far removed from […]

Calls for Papers

MacIntyrean virtue ethics for organizations, work and employment: what more and what else?

Alasdair MacIntyre has been one of the leading moral philosophers of the 20th and early 21st centuries. His critique of modernity in general, and the Enlightenment project in particular, has been countered with his positive proposals to return to an ethic of virtue based principally on the work of Aristotle and Thomas Aquinas. One remarkable […]