Society for Business Ethics
A Forum For Discussion and Learning
Our mission is to provide a forum in which moral, legal, empirical, and philosophical issues of business ethics may be openly discussed and analyzed. Members include scholars, students, and professionals from several countries with a common interest in research, teaching, or the application of ethical principles to business management.
This special issue of Organization aims to extend the critical debate on the impact of digital technologies and internet firms on organizations and organizing. Today, the link between digital technologies, the increasing power of internet firms, and the accompanying power shifts in and around organizations is not well understood in theoretical or empirical terms. The responsible guest editors invite scholars to explore the ‘dark’ and the unexpected sides of digitalization, i.e. […]Read more
Teaching Ethics at Universities Conference is sponsored by the Society for Business Ethics and the Wheatley Institution at BYU. There are still a couple of slots to present on Wednesday, June 19th. If you have research on the teaching of ethics or any interesting pedagogical approach, please send Brad Agle a short proposal by April […]Read more