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BRASS Business Guide - BUSINESS ETHICS & CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: Home

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Scope

This guide covers Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility.

Business Ethics refers to business philosophy and conduct, particularly regarding controversial issues that may present a moral or ethical dilemma.  

Corporate Social Responsibility implies a corporation's commitment to play a beneficial role in the environments, economies, and the societies in which they have an impact.

Other topics commonly discussed alongside Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility include:

  • Triple Bottom Line
  • Regulations on Corporations 
  • Fair Labor Practices
  • Insider Trading
  • Corruption
  • Business Culture
  • Corporate Governance
  • Philanthropy
  • Much much more!

Research and Advocacy Organizations

Scholarly and Academic Organizations

Company Rankings and Analysis

Ethical Investing

International Organizations

Subject Guide

Tom Ottaviano
Contact:
Cornell University
(607)255-8125

Previous maintainers

Previously maintained by:

John Juricek, University of Southern California

Irene Weiner, Baker University, Baldwin City, Kansas

Originally compiled by Judith Faust, California State University, Hayward. 

 

 

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