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  1. added 2020-05-24
    In Search of Patient Zero: Pseudo-Retranslation in Turkish Academic Works.Mehmet Yildiz - forthcoming - Journal of Academic Ethics:1-26.
    This is the first academic paper concerned with the description of intertranslational appropriations across non-literary works and to discuss this phenomenon from a novel conceptual perspective by suggesting the term “pseudo-retranslation”. “Drmrod”, a misspelling of Ormrod, served as the benchmark of the preliminary analysis to judge on the existence of pseudo-retranslations across the works. The corpus consists of one unreviewed article, two dissertations, five master’s theses, and seven articles. To identify the initial Turkish translation, Patient Zero, to detect the pseudo-retranslations (...)
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    Responsible Conduct of Research and Ethical Publishing Practices: A Proposal to Resolve ‘Authorship Disputes’ Over Multi-Author Paper Publication.Satya Sundar Sethy - forthcoming - Journal of Academic Ethics:1-18.
    Responsible conduct of research and ethical publishing practices are debatable issues in the higher education literature. The literature suggests that ‘authorship disputes’ are associated with multi-author paper publication and linked to ethical publishing practices. A few research studies argue authorship matters of a multi-author paper publication, but do not explain how to arrange author list meaningfully in a multi-author paper. How is a principal author of a multi-author paper to be decided? The literature also does not clarify whether language editor (...)
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    Editor's Forward.John Hooker - 2016 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 13:3-4.
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    Faith and Ethics at Work.Joe Blosser - 2019 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 16:41-61.
    To improve the efficacy of business ethics courses, the article recommends closer attention be paid to the religious motivations of students, which have for too long been ignored by most business ethics theory. By disconnecting the teaching of business ethics from the motivations driving business decisions, the theory that gets taught – and published in the textbooks – more strongly represents the philosophical tools of business ethicists than the moral resources business people claim to use. Through a community-based research study (...)
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    Editor’s Foreword.John Hooker - 2019 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 16:3-4.
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    Managerial Values.Nathan Kirkpatrick & C. Clifton Eason - 2019 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 16:167-190.
    The purpose of this paper is to highlight the need for greater ethical, professional, and leadership-based education for undergraduate business students, and to offer helpful pathways for this professional preparation. This paper recommends the use of panel discussions centered around ethical and professional behavior, leadership, and related skill sets in business as one main route towards exposing students to these managerial values. A panel discussion with business leaders who value these traits can help students be exposed to impactful wisdom, advice, (...)
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    Teaching Accounting Ethics Using Ex Corde Ecclesiae.John E. Simms - 2019 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 16:191-212.
    Research has shown that in the private sector, values-based ethics programs are more effective than compliance-based ethics programs. Since religious affiliations are a significant driver of values-based behavior, it is appropriate to investigate the means of formally applying a values schema rather than allowing such factors to determine the pedagogy on an ad hoc basis. This paper uses the example of the Catholic Church’s Apostolic Constitution Ex Corde Ecclesiae as a guide for designing and implementing a values-based ethics course to (...)
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    Moral Resources and Competitive Advantage.K. Matthew Gilley, Sergio Palacios & Christopher J. Robertson - 2019 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 16:81-102.
    The cultivation of an organization’s moral resources has become a priority for many executives who understand that such resources are key to competitive advantage. Yet, traditional strategic management courses at both the undergraduate and MBA levels generally overlook these resources when discussing the resource-based view of the firm. We propose that moral resources be discussed in strategic management classrooms to provide additional insight for students about the critical nature of such resources. We also provide a simple tool for faculty to (...)
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    Death Drugs - A Compounding Pharmacist’s Dilemma.Prescott C. Ensign & Jonathan Fast - 2019 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 16:247-265.
    Dr. Garrett Johnson received a call from the Texas Department of Criminal Justice asking if he would be interested in filling prescriptions for pentobarbital. Suddenly he faced a controversial issue - providing a drug used for the lethal injection of convicted criminals. Apparently big pharma was discontinuing the manufacture and sale of drugs used for human executions - primarily due to mounting pressure from death penalty activists and shareholders, legal appeals by inmates, media reports of botched lethal injections, etc. Texas (...)
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    The Turkish Soma Coal Mining Disaster.Erhan Atay, Habibe Ilhan & Serkan Bayraktaroglu - 2019 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 16:231-246.
    On May 13, 2014, a fire due to the combustion of accumulated methane gas in the Soma Eynez Mine in Turkey killed 301 miners. This case chronicles the events on the day of the accident and investigates the factors leading up to it. It depicts the chaos and confusion resulting from missing emergency protocol, inadequate responses of major stakeholders such as safety experts in the mine, company executives, and the political leadership at the ministry and prime ministry levels. It shows (...)
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    IKEA’s Organizational Structures.Christophe Van Linden, Marilyn Young & Rachel Birkey - 2019 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 16:275-282.
    This teaching case is based on the multinational group IKEA, which designs and sells ready-to-assemble furniture. The case is a useful classroom exercise to identify the link between business decisions and their tax implications. The case questions challenge students to consider the differences in tax planning, tax avoidance, tax mitigation and tax evasion. The facts provide a timely and relevant setting to discuss global dimensions of taxation and corporate social responsibility from an ethical perspective.
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    TrustUS: Cultural Influences on Ethical Decision Making.Bachman Fulmer, Sarah Fulmer & Zeynep Can Ozer - 2019 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 16:217-230.
    This case study focuses on how divergent cultural norms can impact ethical decisionmaking between a superior and subordinate in a high-pressure workplace. In order to ensure that today’s business students adhere to the highest standards of ethical conduct in an international and multicultural environment, it is imperative they recognize and respond appropriately to different cultural views of ethics. In the accompanying case, Jane, a Chinese national living and working in the United States, encounters multiple ethical dilemmas during her employment at (...)
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    Realising Corporate Social Responsibility Through Simulated Learnings.Luke Houghton & Heather Stewart - 2019 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 16:5-23.
    We argue that modern approaches to teaching Corporate Social Responsibility rely heavily on abstract descriptions of poorly framed problems. Such problems often point to a reality that does not favour the development of CSR. Instead it creates a level of abstraction between “business” and “social responsibility” because there is no real experience of the challenges of integrating CSR into business practice. The number one challenge of making CSR work is integrating it into culture and business practices. To assist in helping (...)
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    Taylor’s Dilemma.Jan Taylor Morris & Jason Porter - 2019 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 16:267-274.
    This instructional case explores ethical and leadership issues within the context of public accounting. The case examines one senior manager in a public accounting firm who failed to receive an anticipated promotion to partner and the resulting discussions and actions that follow. The primary objectives of the case are to increase students’ awareness of select ethical issues commonly faced by auditors as they attempt to serve the public trust, their clients, and their firms, and to consider their own value system (...)
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    Lecturer-Student Collaboration as Responsible Management Education.Victoria Pagan & Ellie McGuigan - 2019 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 16:25-40.
    This article contributes to the conversation on the implementation of the Principles of Responsible Management Education by reflecting the authors’ specific experiences of being lecturer and student in delivering/engaging with the Principles. It gives voice to these roles, which is largely absent from the extant literature that instead focuses most frequently on macrolevel, institutional motivation and programme development. The work provided outcomes that met institutional performance development requirements, teaching and research outputs. It provided an integrated learning and employment opportunity as (...)
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    Falsifying Expense Receipts.Shafik Bhalloo & Kathleen Burke - 2019 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 16:213-215.
    In its 2018 global study on occupational fraud, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners found asset misappropriation the most common category of fraud with expense reimbursement schemes the most frequent and costly form of misappropriation. In this case, Cassandra, a valued junior attorney on track to become a partner at her law firm, is strongly encouraged by a supportive senior attorney to join him in ordering an after-hours meal in clear violation of the firm's meal expensing policy. While Cassandra recognizes (...)
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    Determining the Environmental Sustainability Content of Finance and Accounting Textbooks.Deanne Butchey - 2019 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 16:63-80.
    Corporations play a historic role in generating wealth but sometimes have a contentious impact on the environment and society as a whole. In recent years, corporations have become more sensitive to social issues and stakeholder concerns, and are collectively striving to become better corporate citizens. Business schools must prepare their graduates for success within these organizations by ensuring they are exposed to the best practices for implementing corporate sustainability initiatives and for measuring the social and financial impacts of these activities. (...)
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    The Christmas Conundrum.Thomas Corbin & Udo Braendle - 2019 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 16:283-287.
    Often conflicts arises between stakeholders of a firm. Instances where one stakeholder’s needs conflict with the rights of other stakeholders can put managers in a precarious situation. Strict adherence to contract rules, for example, may be the absolute right of the firm but at the same time enforcement of that contractual right or rule may be unduly damaging to another stakeholder. Managers in these situations may seek to find a balancing act between the two conflicting sides in order to maintain (...)
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    Most Ethical Company in My Town - An Experiential Learning Project with Deliverables Beyond the Classroom.Leigh Anne Clark - 2019 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 16:135-146.
    A business ethics course can be viewed by students as primarily a topics course in which students discuss current events and voice their opinions about what the right course of action is for a company to take. A review of recent business ethics texts supports this perception as most texts expose students to many different normative theories and ethical issues, and provide tools to encourage a discussion of what conduct is right or wrong for a business to undertake. In these (...)
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  20. added 2020-05-08
    A Thematic Review on Research Integrity and Research Supervision: Relationships, Crises and Critical Messages.Abdulghani Muthanna & Ahmed Alduais - forthcoming - Journal of Academic Ethics:1-19.
    This article focuses on reporting the relationship between research integrity and research supervision. Initially, it briefly discusses the positive research supervision. By following a detailed thematic analysis methodology, 66 published sources were compiled, disassembled, reassembled and interpreted. The findings of this study highlight that maintaining research integrity is the responsibility of all, and that more responsibility falls onto the shoulders of instructors and supervisors who need to ethically perform research supervision to maintain further research integrity. Further, they show crises related (...)
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    Exploring the Perceived Spectrum of Plagiarism: A Case Study of Online Learning.Valerie Denney, Zachary Dixon, Aman Gupta & Eric Hulphers - forthcoming - Journal of Academic Ethics:1-24.
    Scholarship on faculty and student perceptions of plagiarism is plagued by a vast, scattered constellation of perspectives, context, and nuance. Cultural, disciplinary, and institutional subtitles, among others in how plagiarism is defined and perspectives about it tested obfuscate consensus about how students and faculty perceive and understand plagiarism and what can or should be done about those perspectives. However, there is clear consensus that understanding how students and faculty perceive plagiarism is foundational to mitigating and preventing plagiarism. This study takes (...)
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    An Institutional Self-Study of Text-Matching Software in a Canadian Graduate-Level Engineering Program.Sarah Elaine Eaton, Katherine Crossman, Laleh Behjat, Robin Michael Yates, Elise Fear & Milana Trifkovic - forthcoming - Journal of Academic Ethics:1-20.
    This institutional self-study investigated the use of text-matching software to prevent plagiarism by students in a Canadian university that did not have an institutional license for TMS at the time of the study. Assignments from a graduate-level engineering course were analyzed using iThenticate®. During the initial phase of the study, similarity scores from the first student assignments were collected to determine a baseline level of textual similarity. Students were then offered an educational intervention workshop on academic integrity. Another set of (...)
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  23. added 2020-04-26
    Truth-Telling, Incommensurability, and the Ethics of Grading.Gary Chartier - 2003 - Brigham Young University Education and Law Journal 3:37-81.
    Develops an approach to think normatively about the assignment of grades. Argues that grades should reflected reasonably estimated subject-matter competence rather than the quantity of submitted work or moral character. Responds to alternatives labeled "academic retributivism" and "academic consequentialism." Applies to the model to a variety of concrete grading policy issues.
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    Academic Centrarchy: A Political System of Governing Education and Technology.Abdulrahman Essa Al Lily - forthcoming - Journal of Academic Ethics:1-16.
    This article relies on two international projects to argue for the existence of a ‘centrarchy’ in the fields of education and technology. Centrarchy denotes a power structure in which power rests with ‘the Centre’. The Centre signifies well-respected departments, top-tiered journals, the best editors, critical reviewers and leading authors; the Periphery denotes anyone else. The Centre has assigned itself the mission of guiding the Periphery out of its underdevelopment. It has served as a proxy for quality scholarship and believes that (...)
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    Navigating Complex, Ethical Problems in Professional Life: A Guide to Teaching SMART Strategies for Decision-Making.Tristan McIntosh, Alison L. Antes & James M. DuBois - forthcoming - Journal of Academic Ethics:1-18.
    This article demonstrates how instructors of professionalism and ethics training programs can integrate a professional decision-making tool in training curricula. This tool can help trainees understand how to apply professional decision-making strategies to address the threats posed by a variety of psychological and environmental factors when they are faced with complex professional and ethical situations. We begin by highlighting key decision-making frameworks and discussing factors that may undermine the use of professional decision-making strategies. Then, drawing upon findings from past research, (...)
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    Validation of the Mapping of Innovative Methods and Research Integrity Curricula.Lisa Häberlein, Paula-Manuela Cengiz, Iliyana Demirova, Agnieszka Dwojak-Matras, Mette Winge Jacobsen, Agnieszka Koterwas, Belén Lopez, Teodor Metodiev & Maria Palianopoulou - 2019 - Research Ideas and Outcomes (RIO) 5.
    This document is an up-to-date map on curricula in which research integrity (RI) or research ethics (RE) is currently included. It contains a collection of curricula in which RI/RE or associated fields are mentioned from the Path2Integrity partner countries Bulgaria, Denmark, Germany, Poland and Spain. Moving forward, the Path2Integrity training programme for educators will develop research integrity courses for trainers using this map as a reference. In this way, the project aims to support educators in closing possible gaps. At a (...)
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  27. added 2020-04-22
    A Persistent Academic Ethical Dilemma: Too Few Female Students in STEM Five Decades after Title IX.Kurt Stanberry, Camille Stanberry & Tyler Reeves - forthcoming - Journal of Academic Ethics:1-10.
    Research over the past three decades on the gender gap in STEM has consistently found an underrepresentation of females pursuing STEM degrees and careers. This is, at its foundation, an educational ethics issue. Schools at all levels, ranging all the way from middle school to graduate school, have a responsibility to prepare more females for careers in STEM. Experts have proposed a variety of fixes to encourage female students to study STEM, including increased funding, some of which have helped, and (...)
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  28. added 2020-03-27
    The Paradox of Faculty Attitudes Toward Student Violations of Academic Integrity.Paul Douglas MacLeod & Sarah Elaine Eaton - forthcoming - Journal of Academic Ethics:1-16.
    This study investigated faculty attitudes towards student violations of academic integrity in Canada using a qualitative review of 17 universities’ academic integrity/dishonesty policies combined with a quantitative survey of faculty members’ attitudes and behaviours around academic integrity and dishonesty. Results showed that 53.1% of survey respondents see academic dishonesty as a worsening problem at their institutions. Generally, they believe their respective institutional policies are sound in principle but fail in application. Two of the major factors identified by faculty as contributing (...)
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    Perceptions and Attitudes about Research Integrity and Misconduct: a Survey among Young Biomedical Researchers in Italy.Alex Mabou Tagne, Niccolò Cassina, Alessia Furgiuele, Elisa Storelli, Marco Cosentino & Franca Marino - forthcoming - Journal of Academic Ethics:1-13.
    Research misconduct is an alarming concern worldwide, and especially in Italy, where there is no formal training of young researchers in responsible research practices. The main aim of this study was to map the perceptions and attitudes about RM in a sample of young researchers attending a one-week intensive course on methodology, ethics and integrity in biomedical research, held at the University of Insubria. To this end, we administered the Scientific Misconduct Questionnaire to all attendees at the beginning of the (...)
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    Teaching Business Ethics with Experiments.Matthias Uhl & Christoph Lütge - 2018 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 15:203-217.
    Teaching experiments are valuable when it comes to sensitizing students for business ethics that addresses the behavior of agents in modern societies. Many students are coined by the often predominantly individualistic ethical reasoning that they are accustomed to from their living environments. In our classes, we confront them with the volatility of their own ethical behavior by the use of experiments that ideally work with real incentives. We believe experiments to be a powerful tool not only to illustrate theoretical concepts, (...)
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    Creation of Shared Value in Action.Laura Corazza, Maurizio Cisi & Simone Domenico Scagnelli - 2018 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 15:235-258.
    How does Creating Shared Value differ from Corporate Social Responsibility? How can universities teach CSV to students? The aim of this study is to present the case of the Shared Value Living Lab recently carried out at the University of Torino, a large Italian public university. Specifically, the paper analyzes CSV related arguments such as building ecosystems and collective impact, and by questioning the role of experiential learning in adult education. The transformative learning theory of Mezirow assists the discussion and (...)
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    Smokers: To Hire or Not?Thomas Corbin, Akram Al Matarneh & Udo Braendle - 2018 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 15:349-354.
    This case study attempts to frame the ethical considerations between hiring a known smoker over a non-smoker in today’s cultural climate. Referenced data from a parallel project gauging the likelihood of Human Resources representatives to hire smokers and accommodate them in the workforce could help manage the response and critical thinking components of the case scenario. Questions also arise as to whether it is advisable for employers to take particular attitudes toward smoking in the workplace. This is not only in (...)
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    The Value of Experiential and Action Learning in Business Ethics Education.Meena Chavan & Leanne M. Carter - 2018 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 15:5-32.
    This paper develops an interpretive framework around ethical learning by using qualitative methods to examine the collective impact of Experiential Learning Activity and Critical Action Learning on student learning of ethics. The aim is to determine not only the effectiveness of two ethical learning theories but also the student “needs” being fulfilled. To understand their perceptions, we collected students’ personal narratives through focus groups and semi-structured interviews post participation on the experiential and action learning activities. Results indicate that teaching through (...)
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    Teaching Catholic Stakeholder Thinking Using the Open-Ended Case Method.Carlo Carrascoso - 2018 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 15:259-284.
    Today’s managers face a competitive and globalized marketplace, with a multitude of stakeholders demanding their time and attention. The fast pace of this environment can overwhelm them and may interfere with their desire for meaningful work and an integration of their personal and professional values. This paper addresses this challenge by combining stakeholder theory and Catholic Social Tradition to form Catholic Stakeholder Thinking. Possessing values that are shared by managers of diverse faiths and beliefs, it explains how key Catholic social (...)
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    Safe Home, Inc. - A Case Exercise in Business Ethics.Jeffrey A. Mello - 2018 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 15:303-314.
    The paper presents an experiential exercise in which students, both individually and in teams, evaluate a cost-saving proposal to close two domestic assembly facilities and open a maquiladora facility in Mexico. Students are presented with strong statements in support of and against the proposal from a number of varied stakeholders and asked to make a decision on the proposal. Subsequent to this decision, students are asked to reconsider their decision in light of some potential personal consequences this decision might have (...)
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    Using Debate to Understand How Unethical Decisions Can Be Made by Ethical Organizations.Peggy L. Hedges - 2018 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 15:219-233.
    Debate can be a useful way to engage students with topics and stimulate discussion on what might appear to be a seemingly straightforward concept. This article describes a modified debate activity in which groups of six students debate preassigned topics in front of their classmates. The activity is designed to help students better understand how personal ethics and decision making can be influenced and challenged by various policies, procedures, and stakeholders. This article provides lesson planning suggestions, student handouts, and marking (...)
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    Accountants and the Ethics of Profit.Rahat Munir & Craig Terry - 2018 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 15:327-347.
    Pressures are mounting upon Australian retailers including their ability to grow profit. Price deflation for many items, a lack of wage growth, and, the rise of huge online platforms is just some of the factors now creating difficulties for retailers. In the absence of sales growth, profit can only be improved with a focus on the cost side of the business. And, it is this focus that has brought about the potential for unethical decision making. This case study examines the (...)
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    The Role of Ethical Decision-Making Frameworks in Education and Practice for Professional Accountants.Lawrence P. Kalbers & Arthur Gross-Schaefer - 2018 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 15:99-132.
    In the aftermath of the accounting scandals of the early 2000s, the accounting profession experienced increased legislation and rules regulating ethical behavior of professional accountants and accounting firms. This paper considers ethics education for professional accountants ) and concludes that there is a need for a broader, principles-based approach to continuing professional ethics in the United States. This conclusion is supported by the recent trend toward principles-based global ethics standards and a review of the current professional standards and CPE requirements (...)
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    The Ethics Project.Jason Brennan - 2018 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 15:285-302.
    This paper describes the “Ethics Project”, a semester-long entrepreneurial activity in which students must make real-life decisions and then reflect upon their decisions. The Ethics Project asks students to think of something good to do, something that adds value to the world, and then do it. Along the way, they must navigate problems of opportunity cost or feasibility versus desirability, must anticipate and overcome strategic and ethical obstacles, and must ensure they add value, taking into account their costs. Rather than (...)
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    Assessing the Impact of the Giving Voice to Values Program in Accounting Ethics Education.Tara J. Shawver & William F. Miller - 2018 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 15:133-168.
    This paper assesses the impact of the Giving Voice to Values program. The GVV program takes a very different approach to ethics education and shifts the focus from the traditional why actions are unethical to how one can effectively resolve ethical conflict. The GVV program encourages reflection on potential actions and reactions through practice with voicing one’s values. We chose to implement this program in an advanced financial accounting course and encouraged our students to voice their values through scripted role-plays. (...)
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    Managing Public Dismay and Saving the Image of the Four Seasons Bali.Jasper Bosma, Johan Bouwer & Rob van Ginneken - 2018 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 15:323-326.
    This case describes an ethical dilemma faced by the Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan in September 2015. The resort had hosted a ceremony which appeared to be, on pictures posted on social media, the wedding of a homosexual couple. A local uproar ensued, and several stakeholders, including the local government, considered the event an outrage – same-sex marriage being illegal in the country – and the sales executive faced criminal charges of blasphemy, as the use of Hindu symbols was (...)
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    An Exploratory Study of Ethics, CSR, and Sustainability in the Management Education of Top Universities in the Arab Region.Noha El-Bassiouny, Ehab K. A. Mohamed, Mohamed A. K. Basuony & Salma Kolkailah - 2018 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 15:49-74.
    This research aims at exploring the status of integrating Education for Sustainable Development in higher management education in the Arab region. The universities in the Arab region have lately emphasized internationalization in their educational policies, aiming at improving their regional and global presence, as a major part of their national reforms. Such transformations will never take hold if education systems are not reformed to foster citizenship, ethics, and social responsibility. Therefore, the study adopted qualitative content analysis of the top 40 (...)
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    Implementing Assurance of Learning.Holly H. Chiu & Dov Fischer - 2018 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 15:33-48.
    Assurance of Learning is a critical component of AACSB accreditation because students need to demonstrate skills acquired in the programs they enroll in. The purpose of this paper is to describe how a business school developed its ethics assessment program to fulfill the requirement of AoL when seeking AACSB accreditation. Three learning goals were identified based on the literature, assessment rubrics were created based on learning goals, and a Harvard Business Case was used as the assessment tool. The result of (...)
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    I and We: Does Identity Explain Undergraduates’ Ethical Intentions?María J. Mendez, David A. Vollrath & Lowell Ritter - 2018 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 15:75-98.
    Concerns about business ethics have led many business schools to integrate ethics into the curriculum, with mixed results. This paper seeks to improve our understanding of business students’ ethics by looking into their identity, a cognitive lens by which students see themselves and interpret their environment and that can be relatively malleable to priming and socializing processes. Results show that undergraduate students with higher individual and lower collective identities report lower intentions to behave ethically. Moreover, our results show that a (...)
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    Teaching Business Ethics.David M. Hunt & Scott K. Radford - 2018 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 15:169-183.
    This study examines ethics-related learning outcomes that emerged from an experience-based project in a personal selling and sales management course. Using qualitative research methods, we classified students’ experiences according to domains of ethical issues associated with personal selling and according to conceptualizations of learning identified in the education literature. Patterns we observed in our data suggest that the experience-based project encouraged learners to employ higher-order thinking about business ethics. Higher order problem-solving about ethical issues helps ensure that lessons students learn (...)
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    Teaching Business Ethics Through Narrative Film.Jadranka Skorin-Kapov & Martin Benson - 2018 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 15:185-202.
    We address the question: what can experience of narrative film bring to a business student? The medium of narrative film allows discussions of ethical issues, as well as discussions of film as a product in terms of its artistic creativity versus its business goal and its marketing of an underlying ideological position. Hence, we look at films from philosophical, aesthetic, and business perspectives. We describe the effort and the outcome of delivering a new course in the business undergraduate program at (...)
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    Utilitarianism, Deontology and Virtue Ethics.Susan Stos - 2018 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 15:315-322.
    The concepts behind three of the principal normative ethical theories are evident in a real-life scenario. This case study involves videotapes recorded from inside Grootvlei Prison, Bloemfontein, South Africa in 2002. Prisoners captured sensational footage of warders selling alcohol, drugs, loaded firearms and juveniles for sex to inmates. It was footage every journalist would want to broadcast and it was for sale to the highest bidder. The country’s three flagship current affairs programs, broadcast on three different channels, were each approached (...)
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    Editor’s Foreword.John Hooker - 2018 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 15:3-4.
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    Determinants of Students’ Willingness to Engage in Corruption in an Academic Setting: an Empirical Study.Martín Julián & Tomas Bonavia - forthcoming - Journal of Academic Ethics:1-13.
    Corruption in higher education has raised concern among governments, citizens, and the education community worldwide. However, few papers have sought to explore the students’ willingness to engage in corrupt practices at the university level. The present study aimed to examine the influence of different corrupt behaviours and perceived corruption among peers on the corrupt intention of university students. 120 undergraduate students participated in a quasi-experimental design divided in 3 treatments to rate their willingness to engage in favouritism and embezzlement behaviours. (...)
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    Morality, Responsibility, and the University: Studies in Academic Ethics.Samuel Gorovitz - 1992 - Ethics 102 (2):414-416.
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