[UNDER CONSTRUCTION; we anticipate having more readings shortly]
On this page you’ll find links to publicly available papers, particularly review articles, that may be useful in teaching courses about designing ethical systems. And of course you can assign students to read our research pages whenever you cover the relevant topic, e.g., conflicts of interest, whistle blowing, etc.
- Kaplan, J. (2015) List of blog posts from the Conflict of Interest blog that specifically apply research in behavioral ethics to improving organizational ethics.
- Prentice, R. (2013). Teaching Behavioral Ethics. Journal of Legal Studies Education, forthcoming. This article presents the author’s pedagogical approach to behavioral ethics. The paper should be useful not only to other business school professors in preparing their own ethics classes but also to C&E professionals.
- Treviño, L. K., & Brown M. E. (2004). Managing to be ethical: Debunking five business ethics myths. Academy of Management Executive, 18, 69-81. [posted by Selin Kesebir] This article offers many insights into business ethics by discussing and refuting five common myths. Among others, it explains why it’s hard to be ethical in business, why ethical problems cannot simply be attributed to a few “bad apples”, and why it’s a mistake to think that business ethics can be managed through formal codes or programs.
Here’s a blog post by Christopher Michaelson arguing for the use of novels when teaching business ethics