Are university professors qualified to teach ethics?

Journal of Academic Ethics 1 (2):217-219 (2003)
In the light of recent talk in Canadian business schools about the importance of teaching courses in business ethics, the authors ask whether business professors have the qualifications required to teach business ethics. They point to various ethical dilemmas that arise in a collegial setting and argue that academics who teach business ethics have to first understand the complex ethical situations in which they find themselves if business ethics is to be taught in a meaningful way.
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DOI 10.1023/B:JAET.0000006892.06098.9a
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