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Video: Joshua Margolis on Teaching Business Ethics

Masters Seminars in Business Ethics Video Series

Author: Margolis, Joshua
Product Type: Multimedia
Source: Business Roundtable Institute for Corporate Ethics
Publication Year: 2009

Faculty Rating: 5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars [2 Faculty Ratings] 2249 views

The third component of a well-designed business ethics course -- in addition to defying expectations and bringing together a multi-disciplinary team -- is making the ethics course itself the venue for integrating across the disciplines.

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SMBA 511 Sustainable Theories and Models for Innovation

Author: Sroufe, Robert
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: Duquesne University
Publication Year: 2013

Faculty Rating: 5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars [1 Faculty Rating] 1250 views

Objectives of the course include enabling students to: acquire in-depth knowledge of the theories and models supporting sustainable business practices and innovation; think critically about sustainability topics; integrate different streams of knowledge; understand Life Cycle Assessment; develop qualitative/quantitative analysis of business management situations; and engage in teamwork and personal development.

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Does This Milkshake Taste Funny?

Authors: Benitz, L; Cousins, Roland B.
Product Type: Cases
Source: The Case Research Journal
Publication Year: 1998

Faculty Rating: 5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars [1 Faculty Rating] 5867 views

George Stein, a college student employed for the summer by Eastern Dairy, must decide if he is going to remove the filters from the plant's piping and thus allow the current production run of milkshake mix to become contaminated.

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Coca Cola India

Authors: Kaye, Jennifer; Argenti, Paul A.
Product Type: Cases
Source: Arthur W. Page Society
Publication Year: 2005

Faculty Rating: 5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars [1 Faculty Rating] 25469 views

On August 5, 2003, The Center for Science and Environment, an NGO in India, attacked the safety of Coca-Cola India's products in a press release titled "Twelve Major Drink Brands Sold in and around Delhi Contain a Deadly Cocktail of Pesticide Residues." Though Coke was well within the Indian government's legal limits for pesticide residue in beverages, Coke India CEO Sanjiv Gupta had to decide on the most effective communication strategy to restore public trust and had to weigh a larger policy decision at the same time...

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A Few Tips About Corruption in the US

Author: Delios, Andrew Karl
Product Type: Cases
Source: Richard Ivey School of Business
Publication Year: 2006

Faculty Rating: 4 stars4 stars4 stars4 stars4 stars [1 Faculty Rating] 2890 views

This case discusses what constitutes corruption, and whether private and public sector corruption are required and ethical business practices.

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Shell in Nigeria

Authors: Hendry, John; Mellor, Kate; Hak, Zain; Ade-Ajayi, Funmi; Vieira, Waldir; Zou, Yuan
Product Type: Cases
Source: Cambridge Judge Business School
Publication Year: 2000

Faculty Rating: 4 stars4 stars4 stars4 stars4 stars [1 Faculty Rating] 5230 views

This case reviews the public controversy surrounding Shell's operations in Nigeria in the 1990s...

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Multinational Corporations, Governance Deficits, and Corruption

(Public Goods Example 2: A Good Legal System)

Author: Novartis Foundation
Product Type: Essays and Concept Papers
Source: The Global Development Research Center
Publication Year:

Faculty Rating: 3 stars3 stars3 stars3 stars3 stars [1 Faculty Rating] 2655 views

A web essay from Novartis Foundation discussing corruption in both developing and developed countries. The different types of corruption are summarized. The article also mentions that ethical corporate behavior by some companies may encourage other companies to do likewise.

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American Pharmaceutical

Balancing Corporate Profits with Global Demands for Affordable Medicine

Author: Richards, Eric L.
Product Type: Cases
Source: CIBER Case Collection, Indiana University
Publication Year: 2002

Faculty Rating: 3 stars3 stars3 stars3 stars3 stars [1 Faculty Rating] 2085 views

The HIV/AIDS crisis has spurred growing demands for cheaper substitutes for these antiretrovirals, suggesting that more and more countries may permit the sale of cheaper substitutes even before the patents expire. While American Pharmaceutical may legally challenge such activities, it is not clear if the challenges would be legally successful or if they would be politically or commercially prudent.

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Amway in China (A, B)

A New Business Model; Adapting to a Changing Environment

Authors: Tan, David; Tan, Justin
Product Type: Cases
Source: Richard Ivey School of Business
Publication Year: 2009

Faculty Rating: 1 stars1 stars1 stars1 stars1 stars [1 Faculty Rating] 9129 views

Amway is a large manufacturer of household products that uses the direct selling approach. It has expanded into different markets over the years, most recently the Chinese market. However, the company must look at its strategy after the Chinese government implements regulations on the direct marketing business model...

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The Fall of the "Fabulous Fab"

Authors: Soltes, Eugene F.; Byrnes, Nanette
Product Type: Cases
Source: Harvard Business School
Publication Year: 2014

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Fabrice Tourre, a mid-level trader at Goldman Sachs, seeks to understand how he was one of the only executives of any Wall Street firm held accountable in the aftermath of the financial crises…

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Lululemon Athletica: An Ethical Fashion Brand?

Authors: Samantarai, Munmun; Perepu, Indu
Product Type: Cases
Source: IBS Center for Management Research
Publication Year: 2016

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Since its inception, Lululemon had emphasized sustainable business and operating in an ethical manner. But over the years, the company became mired in several controversies, ranging from false claims about the presence of seaweed in its clothing, to the presence of lead in some of its products, transparent yoga pants, etc, which made even loyal customers shy away from the brand. The company’s problems were compounded by ill-judged remarks made by Wilson, whose opinions on child labor, women’s dressing, and career-oriented women, had a negative impact on the company…

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IKEA in Saudi Arabia (A, B, C)

Authors: Ramanna, Karthik; Lenhardt, Jerome
Product Type: Cases
Source: Harvard Business School
Publication Year: 2016

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A Swedish newspaper reveals that IKEA has erased all images of women from its catalog for Saudi Arabia. The article sparks criticism of IKEA from the Swedish government and its customers in the West. Critics contend that IKEA is not living up to its own commitments to gender equality…

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The Criminal Bug: Volkswagen's Middle Management

Author: Nelson, Josephine Sandler
Product Type: Research Notes / Working Papers
Source: Stanford Graduate School of Business
Publication Year: 2016

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Not only does the 2015-16 Volkswagen emissions cheating scandal have the potential to destroy a $227 billion-dollar multinational company, but it contains eerie echoes of other recent white collar scandals that have claimed lives and cost the public trillions of dollars…

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Etsy: Keeping It Real by Keeping Taxes Low

Authors: De Simone, Lisa; Hoopes, Jeff; Lester, Rebecca; Melvin, Sheila
Product Type: Cases
Source: Stanford Graduate School of Business
Publication Year: 2016

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The company was known for its emphasis on social responsibility, transparency, authenticity, and its somewhat nontraditional approach to business. In January 2015, Etsy converted its Irish subsidiary to an unlimited liability company, a move it described as implementation of an "updated global corporate structure." In August 2015, the company came under fire for this move. This case explores Etsy's initial decision, the critical public response to it, and Etsy's choice to ignore the fallout and stay the course.

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Corporate Citizenship in Mining Projects: The Case of the Ambatovy Project in Madagascar

Authors: Drouet, Maryne; Cruz, Luciano Barin
Product Type: Cases
Source: HEC Montreal Centre for Case Studies
Publication Year: 2016

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This case looks at the Ambatovy mining project in Madagascar, which involves exploring and exploiting a giant nickel and cobalt mine near Moramanga, on Madagascar's east coast. The company's perspective of the social, economic, and environmental issues surrounding the project is compared with that of two other stakeholders: the government and local communities.

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Conflict Palm Oil and PepsiCo’s Ethical Dilemma

Authors: Qumer, Syeda Maseeha; Purkayastha, Debapratim
Product Type: Cases
Source: IBS Center for Management Research
Publication Year: 2016

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The case explores the impact of Conflict Palm Oil on the environment and how it is tied to deforestation, human rights violations, and climate pollution, adding to global warming emissions and reducing habitat for many already threatened species. Going forward, the question before PepsiCo was what the company could do to ensure its supply chain is free from Conflict Palm oil…

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Sticks and Stones? How Companies Respond to "Tax Shaming"

Authors: De Simone, Lisa; Hoopes, Jeff; Lester, Rebecca; Melvin, Sheila
Product Type: Cases
Source: Stanford Graduate School of Business
Publication Year: 2016

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An increasing number of global corporations have experienced negative publicity over complicated tax structures established to minimize their tax burdens. Criticism of corporate tax planning-also called tax avoidance-was dubbed "tax shaming," and even prompted consumer boycotts. Some analysts have suggested that companies begin considering tax policy as an aspect of corporate social responsibility…

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Professional Responsibility and Leadership (PRL)

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Product Type: Syllabi
Source: NYU Stern School of Business
Publication Year: 2015

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In this course, students have the opportunity to pursue the following learning objectives: 1) to become more familiar with the variety of ethical dilemmas that can arise in the course of business practice; 2) to understand the different values and principles that can inform and guide decisions in such ambiguous situations; and 3) to gain experience articulating and defending courses of action that are coherent with their own values.

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Business as a Human Enterprise

Author: Pava, Moses
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: Yeshiva University
Publication Year: 2015

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The purpose of the course is to provide an introduction to the topic of business ethics and to examine how business ethics and human values impact business decision-making and actions at the individual, organizational, and societal levels…

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Proscholium: Foundations of Business Leadership

Author: Ferguson, John
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: Utah State University
Publication Year: 2016

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Students will gain educational and professional skills through class participation, assigned readings, assignments and exams…

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Stephen Richards: Addressing FAQ

Author: Soltes, Eugene F.
Product Type: Cases
Source: Harvard Business School
Publication Year: 2015

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Stephen Richards, former global head of sales at Computer Associates, addresses frequently asked questions from "A Letter from Prison."

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Transforming Companies into Respected Institutions: A More Holistic View of the Firm

Author: Canals, Jordi
Product Type: Magazine / Newspaper Articles
Source: IESE-Insight Magazine
Publication Year: 2016

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Respect for business has fallen. This article suggests how to make companies respected institutions in society once again…

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Joe Fresh: Ethical Sourcing

Authors: Woiceshyn, Jaana; Althouse, Norman; Goodwin, Nigel
Product Type: Cases
Source: Richard Ivey School of Business
Publication Year: 2016

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After more than 1,100 people lost their lives in the 2013 collapse of the Rana Plaza garment factory building in Bangladesh, executives of Joe Fresh, a Canadian fashion and lifestyle brand, had to respond…

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Stock Manipulation by China's Pangang Group

Authors: Chen, Xin; King, Michael R.
Product Type: Cases
Source: Richard Ivey School of Business
Publication Year: 2016

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In April 2011, a university professor of accounting and finance was examining the financial statements of Pangang Group Steel Vanadium & Titanium Company (Pangang), a leading Chinese steel manufacturer listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange. The professor suspected that the controlling shareholder of Pangang — Anshan Iron and Steel Group Corporation (Ansteel) — had been manipulating Pangang’s earnings to artificially inflate the stock price. Was there sufficient evidence to expose the fraudulent scheme to the public or report the case to the Chinese securities regulators?

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Make Way for the Chief Integrity Officer: Beyond Compliance

Authors: Aznar, Enrique; Vaccaro, Antonino
Product Type: Magazine / Newspaper Articles
Source: IESE-Insight Magazine
Publication Year: 2015

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The authors discuss the main compliance challenges faced by managers today. To address those challenges, they propose the creation of a new senior executive profile: the Chief Integrity Officer…

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HalaMaterials (A, B): Negotiating Equity between Partners

Authors: Falcao, Horacio; Chatzieleftheriou, Alexandros; Ritsa, Panagiotou; Gouveia, Rodrigo; Grover, Heather
Product Type: Cases
Source: INSEAD
Publication Year: 2015

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A multi-issue one-on-one negotiation between a young entrepreneur (John Ambitchious) and a close-to-retirement CEO of a large corporation (George Gried). John and George are considering becoming partners on a venture John is setting up. Besides negotiating the partnership details, George currently works for a potential competitor, thus raising ethical tensions that should be negotiated before committing to a final deal…

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Using a Framework to Create Better Choices

Authors: Parmar, Bidhan; Freeman, R. Edward; Wicks, Andrew C.; Harris, Jared D.; Mead, Jenny
Product Type: Notes
Source: Darden Business Publishing
Publication Year: 2016

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Intuition can be a good guide for decision making when the current situation generally matches the situations in which the intuition was formed. But for novel or ambiguous situations, relying only on intuition can blind us to possible negative consequences…

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BUS205: Business Law and Ethics

Author: Moquin, Kevin
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: Saylor Academy
Publication Year: 2015

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This course will introduce you to the laws and ethical standards that managers must abide by in the course of conducting business. Laws and ethics almost always shape a company's decision-making process: a bank cannot charge any interest rate it wants to charge - that rate must be appropriate. Car manufacturers must install hardware and develop new technologies to keep up with regulations designed to reduce pollution. By the end of this course, you will have a clear understanding of the legal and ethical environment in which businesses operate.

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Stealing White

Author: Wilber, Del Quentin
Product Type: Magazine / Newspaper Articles
Source: Bloomberg Businessweek
Publication Year: 2016

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What happens when a corporate spy sets out to steal a billion-dollar color formula from DuPont?

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Introduction to Ethics: The Language of Ethics for Managers

Authors: Wicks, Andrew C.; Freeman, R. Edward; Harris, Jared D.; Parmar, Bidhan; Mead, Jenny
Product Type: Notes
Source: Darden Business Publishing
Publication Year: 2016

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Since ethics is an integral part of management, it is vital for managers to become comfortable with the language of ethics, and to understand how it is inextricable from the language of business. Students will examine key theories of ethics and how they apply to management decision making.

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Executive Compensation and Misconduct: Environmental Harm

Author: Minor, Dylan
Product Type: Research Notes / Working Papers
Source: Harvard Business School
Publication Year: 2016

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We find that high powered executive compensation can increase the odds of environmental law-breaking by 40-60% and the magnitude of environmental harm by over 100%. We document similar results for the setting of executive compensation and illegal financial accounting…

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Navigating the Realities of Emerging Markets: Compliance in Context

Author: Kleinhempel, Matthias
Product Type: Magazine / Newspaper Articles
Source: IESE-Insight Magazine
Publication Year: 2015

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All corporate compliance programs share a common feature: to ensure that the company obeys the law and that all organizational members behave ethically. However, multinational companies operating in a country like Mexico, for example, face issues very different from those of Germany -- a reality that many codes of conduct fail to recognize…

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The Rise and Fall of Petrobras

Author: Inkpen, Andrew C.
Product Type: Cases
Source: Thunderbird School of Global Management
Publication Year: 2016

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By the mid-2000s the company was often cited as one of the best managed national oil companies. By 2016 Petrobras was in a very different position. The company was embroiled in a multi-billion dollar corruption scandal and was one of the most indebted companies in the world…

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The Keys to a Positive Business Culture: The Value of Values

Authors: Fontrodona, Joan; Sanz, Pablo
Product Type: Magazine / Newspaper Articles
Source: IESE-Insight Magazine
Publication Year: 2015

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This article considers integrity at the individual level as well as in terms of what companies can do to foster organizational environments in which people behave with integrity together. For companies that find themselves caught in ethically questionable behavior, the authors offer useful tips for restoring integrity…

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Turnaround at Norsk Gjenvinning

Authors: Serafeim, George; Gombos, Shannon
Product Type: Cases
Source: Harvard Business School
Publication Year: 2015

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Erik Osmundsen, CEO of Norsk Gjenvinning (NG), had initiated a program to eliminate corruption and improve compliance, and as a result the company had experienced a turnover of almost half of its top 70 line managers and strained relations with several competitors and the waste management industry association. It was still unclear though how fast customer demand for robust compliance programs would affect the competitive dynamics. How should NG go about convincing its customers?

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Blind Loyalty?: How Group Loyalty Makes Us See Evil or Engage in It

Authors: Hildreth, John Angus D.; Gino, Francesca; Bazerman, Max H.
Product Type: Journal Articles
Source: Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes
Publication Year: 2015

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Loyalty often drives corruption. Corporate scandals, political machinations, and sports cheating highlight how loyalty's pernicious nature manifests in collusion, conspiracy, cronyism, nepotism, and other forms of cheating. Yet loyalty is also touted as an ethical principle that guides behavior. Drawing on moral psychology and behavioral ethics research, we developed hypotheses about when group loyalty fosters ethical behavior and when it fosters corruption…

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An Intern's Dilemma (A, B)

Authors: Sucher, Sandra J.; Preble, Matthew
Product Type: Cases
Source: Harvard Business School
Publication Year: 2015

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An HBS student is asked to misrepresent himself during the course of his summer internship by his employer in order to obtain data from industry competitors.

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Moral Voice: Talking about Ethics at Work

Authors: Harris, Jared D.; Hess, Megan F.
Product Type: Notes
Source: Darden School of Business
Publication Year: 2015

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This note identifies the importance of employee/moral voice in organizational functioning. Yet despite the many benefits of employee/moral voice for effective organizational functioning, the process of speaking up about ethical matters can be difficult for both employees and their managers.

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Flying Beavers: An Innovative Approach to Wildlife Conservation

Author: White, Mark A.
Product Type: Cases
Source: Darden School of Business
Publication Year: 2015

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Based on actual historical events, this case discusses the history and ethics of the Idaho Fish and Game Department's decision to transplant beavers from a rapidly growing area of human habitation to a less disputed environment, using airplanes and parachutes…

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Ethics Beneath the Surface

Authors: Harris, Jared D.; Hernandez, Morela; Guarana, Cristiano
Product Type: Notes
Source: Darden School of Business
Publication Year: 2015

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This note focuses on a number of specific behavioral influences and how they relate to ethics. In addition to highlighting how these behavioral influences can impair decision making, we discuss ways they can be harnessed to potentially improve ethical decisions and actions…

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A Tragedy in the Red Sea: Al Salam 98

Authors: Seoudi, Iman; Shoeir, Mirette
Product Type: Cases
Source: The American University in Cairo
Publication Year: 2015

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The case tells the tragic story of Al-Salam 98 Ferry as it sailed from the Saudi port of Duba to the Egyptian port of Safaga on 2nd February 2006. A series of failures on the part of the ferry Captain lead to the eventual sinking of the ferry, after a four hour ordeal, during which time the passengers and crew could have been saved, had help been called for earlier. Further failures by the operating company’s executives resulted in a belated rescue operation- at least 10 hours after the ferry had sunk to the bottom of the Red Sea…

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Special Archive Section: 2015 Year In Review

From the CasePlace Archives, we recap some of the highlights from 2015.

Author: The Aspen Institute Business and Society Program
Product Type: Featured Collections
Source: The Aspen Institute Business and Society Program
Publication Year: 2016

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From the CasePlace Archives, we recap some of the highlights from 2015. This Year in Review collection presents a dozen popular cases, syllabi, books, and other items on a wide variety of business and social impact topics, including inequality, diversity, leadership and ethical behavior.

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Deutsche Bahn AG: The Heartless Train Conductor

Authors: Schäfer, Ulf; Müller, Urs
Product Type: Cases
Source: ESMT European School of Management and Technology
Publication Year: 2015

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Ulrich Homburg must have had an unpleasant déjà-vu experience on January 28, 2010 when hearing of headlines in Germany’s leading tabloid Bild about 'Schaffnerin Herzlos', the 'heartless train conductor'. The board member of Germany’s national railway company, Deutsche Bahn AG (DB), and head of its passenger transportation division was confronted with media reports about a minor girl who had been thrown off the train just the night before by a DB train conductor…

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Toxic Workers

Authors: Housman, Michael; Minor, Dylan
Product Type: Research Notes / Working Papers
Source: Harvard Business School
Publication Year: 2015

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While there has been a lot of research on finding and developing top performers in the workplace, less attention has been paid to the question of how to manage those workers who are harmful to organizational performance. In extreme cases, in addition to hurting performance, such workers can generate enormous regulatory and legal liabilities for the firm…

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The Ethical Challenges Facing Entrepreneurs

Author: Hanson, Kirk O.
Product Type: Magazine / Newspaper Articles
Source: The Wall Street Journal
Publication Year: 2015

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The Executive Director of the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics examines the ethical hazards of startup culture, and the challenges of behaving ethically in an environment filled with temptation.

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Reshaping a Giant: Towards a Culture of Integrity at ABB

Authors: Stadtler, Lea; Probst, Gilbert
Product Type: Cases
Source: University of Geneva
Publication Year: 2015

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This case illustrates the transformation of the Swiss-Swedish company ABB, which, accused of corruption in the 2000s, embraced the road towards zero corruption with a sophisticated integrity program…

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The Price Contagion Effects of Financial Reporting Fraud and Reputational Losses: Evidence from the Individual Audit Partner Level

Authors: Gul, Ferdinand A.; Lim, Chee Yeow; Xu, Yanping
Product Type: Research Notes / Working Papers
Source: Deakin University; Singapore Management University; Tsinghua University
Publication Year: 2015

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This study investigates the existence of price contagion effects for the low-quality audits of individual audit partners and the associated reputational losses in China…

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Note on Human Behavior: Situation Versus Character

Authors: Nohria, Nitin; Sucher, Sandra J.; Badaracco, Joseph L., Jr.; Gurtler, Bridget
Product Type: Notes
Source: Harvard Business School
Publication Year: 2015

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We think that good decisions and responsible behavior require people with integrity and strong character, and immoral behavior originates with people with little integrity and weak character. However, important research in recent decades strongly suggests that situational factors often dominate character in ethical decision-making - for leaders and for members of their organizations…

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Adidas' Human Rights Policy and Euro 2000

Authors: Crawford, Robert J.; Klein, Jill G.
Product Type: Cases
Source: INSEAD
Publication Year: 2002

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The case examines Adidas' program to improve overseas labor practices, and their handling of the threat of protests at the Euro 2000 football championship. The case is interdisciplinary and incorporates aspects of marketing, organizational behavior, and microeconomics.

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Horst Dassler, Adidas, and the Commercialization of Sport

Authors: Jones, Geoffrey G.; Norris, Michael; Kim, Sophi
Product Type: Cases
Source: Harvard Business School
Publication Year: 2015

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The case shows how the leading sports shoe manufacturer Adidas drove the commercialization of sports such as soccer and the Olympics. It explores the consequences, both good and bad, of this commercialization, and provides an opportunity to discuss the role of corruption in business strategies.

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