Journal of Business Ethics Education
The Only Journal Dedicated to Teaching Business Ethics
John Hooker, Editor
The Journal of Business Ethics Education supports educators that provide the conceptual tools managers need to make choices that are both ethically responsible and culturally sensitive, as well as technically sound. It provides timely educational materials and sponsors an international forum for the exchange of ideas and research. Its readers include teachers of ethics courses and other business courses where ethical issues arise, as well as managers concerned with company ethics.
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Contributors include Georges Enderle, William Frederick, Richard De George, Jerry Goodstein, Laura Hartman, Daryl Koehn, Lori Ryan, Akira Saito, Patricia Werhane, Duane Windsor, Regina Wolff. and Xinwen Wu.
“Business ethics teaching is extremely controversial. Can it be taught? What should be taught? Who should teach it? JBEE can explore these issues. Business ethics teaching and business ethics itself will be the better for it.”
— Norman Bowie, Elmer Andersen Chair in Corporate Responsibility, University of Minnesota
“JBEE is a great resource that provides educators with top-notch research and the latest tools for making sure tomorrow’s business leaders are well-equipped to face the ethical issues that will confront them daily.”
— Joan Fontrodona , Center for Business in Society (CBS), IESE Business School
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