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The ability to recognize and deal with complex business ethics issues has become a
significant priority in twenty-first-century companies. In recent years, a number of
well-publicized scandals resulted in public outrage about deception and fraud in
business and a demand for improved business ethics and greater corporate responsibility.
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We have written this book primarily to assist investment bankers,
stakeholders such as regulators and politicians, and those interested in
starting an investment banking career in understanding how ethics can
be applied in investment banking.
Since 2007, as the financial crisis has played out, there has been much
criticism of investment banking and calls for more ethical behaviour by
investment banks and investment bankers.
"Trust, Responsibility, and Control: The Ethics of Accounting and Finance,"
the Tenth National Conference on Business Ethics, was held on the
campus of Bentley College on October 17-18, 1994. The conference, which
was sponsored by the Center for Business Ethics with the advice and assistance
of members of the Bentley Department of Accountancy, covered a
variety of issues that are of central importance for contemporary businesses.
.ETHICAL ISSUES IN ACCOUNTING
Ethical issues in the field of accounting have been previously considered in the UK only in terms of the application of codes of ethics. This unique book identifies accounting as an activity with complex ethical implications for the profession in general and for individual practitioners.
The professional practice of counseling and mental health has become
overly complex and litigious. Public outcry over recent corporate and government
scandals has led to a proliferation of litigation and has fueled calls
for increased ethics training and accountability for management professionals.
Not surprisingly, scrutiny of ethical practice has extended beyond
business and government to all professional sectors, including the mental
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THE AWARENESS OF UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE ACCOUNTING STUDENTS TO ETHICAL ISSUES IN INTERNAL AUDITING With several school characteristics over which parents may choose, understanding
which schools are chosen and which administrators are rewarded requires a model of
The subject of safeguarding the rights of minority shareholders has not
received much attention until now. After experiencing more and more cases
of wrongdoing throughout my business career, I have decided to explore
thoroughly the subject and devote several years to study the matter in a
theoretical and empirical research.
My first experience in ethics came when I was a graduate student in
psychology in the late 1960s. I was working with a profoundly developmentally
disabled young man who was confined to a heavy metal crib
in the small ward of a private institution in Phoenix, Arizona. Blind,
deaf, nonambulatory, and not toilet trained, my “subject” engaged in
self-injurious behavior virtually all day long.
The philosopher Schopenhauer believed in the eventual triumph of truth,
despite the disappointments engendered by his indifferent contemporaries.
Two centuries later, we live in a time of accelerated changes, and we do not
have the long life to wait for the truth. Activist business ethics, business ethics
with a more activist militant approach, is needed in order to remedy the
wrongdoing committed to the stakeholders and minority shareholders.
Sometimes a word is worth a thousand words. Or an entire book.
“Ethics” is one of those words, with no shortage of book-length treatments.
The idea for a communication-centered investigation of ethics
and its relationship to professional life arose during the opening session
of George’s ethics class in the spring of 2003. Although the students
weren’t terribly excited by the idea of ethics, they became much
more animated when the discussion shifted to the term “morality.”
The practice of journalism as a profession raises many ethical issues. We are more
concerned with the nature and possible resolution of the issues that arise in the practice
than with the theoretical definition of a profession. The nature of professionalism is both
vague and flexible, as older professions like law and medicine change, and newer
occupations jostle for the status that professionalism brings, occupations like teaching,
social work, nursing, and even journalism.
.ETHICS AND THE UNIVERSITY
Ethics and the University brings together two closely related topics, the practice of ethics in the university (“academic ethics”) and the teaching of practical or applied ethics in the university.
Ethical professional practice is the hallmark of effective educational
leadership. To be an exemplary educational leader it is imperative to have
a deeply developed and integrated level of ethical knowledge and awareness.
This essential form of professional knowledge enables educational
leaders to respond to the complex and multi-faceted ethical dimensions
inherent in the challenges, tensions, issues and dilemmas that are consistently
encountered in professional practice.
What are your organization’s policies for generating and using huge datasets full of personal information? This book examines ethical questions raised by the big data phenomenon, and explains why enterprises need to reconsider business decisions concerning privacy and identity. Authors Kord Davis and Doug Patterson provide methods and techniques to help your business engage in a transparent and productive ethical inquiry into your current data practices.