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The Baruch College Faculty Handbook
updated on 6/16/2016
by Prof. Josh Mills of Baruch College/CUNY, who makes no claim
to originality and thanks all the individuals, organizations
and institutions whose heavy lifting he brings together here.
If you come across other links, please send them to
Prof. Mills. He will keep this up to date and re-circulate
newsletter is affiliated with the IESE Business School at the
University of Navarra (Spain). The goal of the Business
Ethics Newsletter is to highlight certain stories featuring
business ethics that have appeared recently in the media.
Ethics: Resources for Educators
Ethics claims to be the premier publication of the movement
for greater social responsibility in business. The publication
has been in operation for 15 years and is aimed at secondary
and post-secondary level educators.
Ethics moves to the head of the Class
AP article from August 16, 2002 examines the growing interest
in business ethics courses by students on many college campuses.
Business schools are responding to this demand by providing
new ethics curriculum selections and by trying to find ways
to integrate these values into current business courses.
Online allows you to search for articles dealing with ethics
in business. Use the search feature to retrieve current
articles covering a variety of ethical dilemmas affecting
the business world including information about the Enron,
Tyco and WorldCom scandals.
You Need an Ethics Manager?
companies may overlook one key element when trying to get
their companies off the ground. Ethical issues that often
arise in the workplace may result in lawsuits that will
drain their budgets or government penalties. This article
examines how and why many companies are starting to hire
Scandals is a site created by Roy Davies that is divided
into 8 sections and is designed for a broad audience, from
business executives interested in business ethics issues
to financial history enthusiasts.
has numerous articles discussing ethics and ethical issues
in the corporate world. Type ethics in the site’s search
feature to retrieve the latest articles.
Committee on Energy and Commerce: Documents Related to Enronhttp://energycommerce.house.gov/107/key
unfolding of the Enron scandal is documented by the House
Committee on Energy and Commerce. Investigative reports
and news releases.
Resources on the Enron scandal:
* BBC: The Enron Affair
CNN: The End of Enron?
is a site created by Chris MacDonald, and it is one of the
many EthicsWeb.ca (http://www.ethicsweb.ca) topic areas. Canadian
and international resources including articles, case studies,
and business ethics in the news reports are provided. A special
collection on Enron & Ethics is on the site.
Mellon: Ethics Teaching Materials
site, developed by the Center for International Corporate
Responsibility, provides links to the role of ethics instruction
in B-school, case studies, tutorials and business scandal
articles. Academic resources, membership organization information
and other ethical materials are also available.
is a free service for business faculty and students offered
by Aspen Institutes Initiative for Social Innovation through
Business). Cases and topics for discussion are posted at this
site, and the cases are searchable by topic or discipline.
Case Studies: Illinois CPA Society
Howard A. Kanter at the DePaul School of Accountancy and the
ICPAS Ethics Committee have developed and maintained the case
studies found at the Illinois CPA Society Web site. The cases
presented cover areas like discreditable acts, compliance
with standards, accounting principles and general standards.
Case Study Detail
studies covering a wide range of ethical issues, including
this one about the Atlantic Cement Company, can be found at
the Ethics Update site
for Global Ethics (IGE)
is an organization dedicated to promoting ethical behavior
in individuals, institutions, and nations through research,
public discourse, and practical action.
of Business Ethics (IBE)
goal of the Institute of Business Ethics (IBE) is to encourage
high standards of corporate and business behavior and the
sharing of best practice.
a Code of Ethics
MacDonald of St. Marys University (Halifax, Canada) put together
this site with links to resources to assist individuals and
groups in writing a code of ethics.
Ethics in Small Business