Tag Archives: business ethics

Business Ethics in a Global World: China, India, and Beyond

2007 March 8th, 8:00 am to March 10th, 9:00 pm
Markkula Center, Santa Clara, California

The Ohio University Institute for Applied and Professional Ethics is offering grants for travel, per diem, and housing to Santa Clara University’s “Business Ethics in a Global World” in March 2007.

Details on the conference are available at: http://www.scu.edu/ethics/practicing/focusareas/business/conference/2007/

The Institute invites applications from any Ohio University faculty member or grad student, but will give preference to faculty/student teams. We anticipate funding for up to three people. Recipients are expected to participate in a public forum on International Business Ethics at Ohio University in April or May of 2007.

To apply, please send a message telling your interest in the conference and providing relevant information about the members of your team.

Application deadline: January 12, 2007.

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Business Ethics Fortnight

2004 April 22nd, 12:00 to April 24th, 12:00 am
Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles

2004-comp-bannerThe IAPE is cosponsoring Ohio University’s representatives to the 2004 Business Ethics Fortnight at Loyola Marymount University. See www.ethicsandbusiness.org/fortnight.htm for details.


Whose Rules? Doing Business Ethically Abroad

March 29th, 2006, 8:00 to 9:30 pm
Bentley 140

google_poster3Firms working in multiple cultures must deal not just with conflicting laws and customs, but often with conflicting moral and ethical systems as well. Is a company ever justified in making ethical compromises in one area in order to do good in another? Are there times when it would be unethical not to compromise?

Discussing the ethical challenges of working in multiple cultures will be a panel of Ohio University professors and students with first-hand experience of the kinds of problems business and individuals face, and with suggestions for dealing with those challenges.

  • Robert Stewart, Scripps School of Journalism
  • Glenn Corlett, Dean, Ohio University School of Business
  • Mark Leff, Scripps School of Journalism
  • Yan Li, Scripps School of Journalism
  • Moderator: Dr. Elizabeth Collins, Dept. of Classics & World Religions