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Assistant Professor in Philosophy at Utrecht University

“Utrecht University offers an assistant professor position in philosophy with a PPE profile. The position is situated within the Ethics Institute, which is a part of the Department of Philosophy & Religious Studies. The assistant professor ‘s teaching time will be devoted primarily to the Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) Bachelor programme. PPE is an […]


BEQ Special Issue Launch Webinar – Deliberative Democracy & CSR: Friday, Feb 17, 4 pm GMT/5pm CET/11am EST (US)

Trinity Business School is delighted to invite you to a special webinar celebrating the publication of the latest special issue of Business Ethics Quarterly (Vol. 33, Issue 1, 2023) “The Challenges and Prospects of Deliberative Democracy for Corporate Sustainability and Responsibility”. Join this webinar to learn about the latest thinking on deliberative democracy and CSR. […]


Meaningful Work and Building an Ethical Future Forum

When: Thursday, Feb. 16 | In-person and open to the public Where: Carnegie Mellon University, Tepper Quad, Simmons Auditorium Register to Attend the Forum From business scandals, political divisiveness, and unintended consequences of new technologies, the importance of ethics as an essential part of business and society has become overwhelmingly apparent. Consumers, investors, and employees […]

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Bridge to Faculty Postdoctoral Research Scholar at University of Illinois Chicago

“The Managerial Studies department at UIC’s College of Business Administration seeks an outstanding meso or macro social issues scholar (broadly defined) for a Bridge to Faculty (B2F) Postdoctoral Research Associate position. The goal of B2F is to recruit, mentor, and support the transition of an outstanding candidate from a two-year postdoctoral appointment (second year subject […]

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Baruch College – Assistant Professor Social Entrepreneurship

“Baruch College, CUNY invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position starting August 2023, subject to final budget approval. This position is intended to support a new interdisciplinary faculty cluster – “Entrepreneurship and Innovation” – that will span Baruch’s three schools: the Marxe School of Public and International Affairs, the Weissman School of Arts and […]

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Assistant Professor in Ethics in Emerging Technologies at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

“The Lally School of Management at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute seeks applications for a tenure-track faculty position starting Fall 2023, at the tenure-track Assistant Professor level, from scholars who work in areas of key technological developments and challenges of the 21st century from an ethical perspective. Prospective candidates will be expected to teach a variety of […]

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Professor of the Practice in Business Ethics at Fairfield University

“The Dolan School of Business at Fairfield University invites applications for a [non-tenure track, fixed term, renewable] position of Professor of the Practice in Business Ethics at the Instructor or Assistant Professor level in the Management Department, beginning Fall 2023.” Learn more here. 

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Journal of Business Ethics’ 40th Anniversary Issue

1982-2022: Shaping Debates in Business, Ethics and Society for 40 Years Journal of Business Ethics turned 40 in 2022. A 40th Anniversary Issue with an editorial by Professor Laura Spence and five collaborative essays by JBE editors on the future of business ethics in relation to global and local challenges, megatrends in technology, work, social, […]

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Kenneth Silver Receives ERC Grant

Kenneth Silver (Trinity College Dublin) has received an ERC grant in the amount of €1,371,715 over 5 years for a project on Corporate Moral Progress (CMP). Title: Corporate Moral Progress (CMP) Amount: €1,371,715 over 5 years Brief description: Within business ethics, there is a longstanding debate concerning Corporate Moral Responsibility, the question of whether corporations themselves are the kinds […]


In Memoriam: David Dick

Written by Tobey Scharding, Rutgers Business School David Dick was a brilliant philosopher; a trailblazing researcher and pedagogue; a generous teacher, mentor, and colleague; and a delightful person. He was beloved by friends throughout the business ethics community. An associate professor at the University of Calgary, where he had worked since receiving his Ph.D. in […]