A Multidisciplinary Journal, 1992-2003
Robert J. Baum, Editor
Professional Ethics was a multidisciplinary forum for the analysis of specific ethical issues that arise in the practice of a profession or in the exploration of professional ethics. Established in 1992, the journal was sponsored by the Center for Applied Philosophy and Ethics in the Professions at the University of Florida. It often published special issues in cooperation with professional associations in Australia, Canada, and the U.S. In 2003 Professional Ethics was incorporated into Business and Professional Ethics Journal.
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Contributors included Michael Davis, Deni Elliot, Peter French, Carol Gould, R. M. Hare, Ed Hartman, Daryl Koehn, Seumas Miller, Michael Pritchard, Wade Robison, Patricia Werhance, Caroline Whitbeck, and Daniel Wueste.
Business and Professional Ethics Journal
The Journal of the Institute for Business and Professional Ethics
Volume 1- present
· ISSN 1063-6579 (print) · Quarterly · Print copies no longer available ·
· ISSN 2154-3658 (online) · Online access includes volumes 1-11 (1992-2003) ·
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