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Business Ethics   Tags: s:gs/facc, s:sb/ethc  

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This guide highlights the major print and electronic materials available at York University Libraries on the topic of business ethics. Check under “Useful Links / Associations” tab for important freely availble web resources. Further information related to corporate governance can be found under “Related Subject Guides”. 

 

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Crane and Matten Blog

Schulich professors Andrew Crane and Dirk Matten blog about business ethics and corporate social responsibility. Links to the most recent five posts:

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Governance Gateway Blog

A blog by York professor Dr. Richard Leblanc, it is intended to be a governance resource and source of current governance commentary. Links to the most recent five posts:

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Crane and Matten Blog Schulich professors Andrew Crane and Dirk Matten blog about business ethics and corporate social responsibility.

Governance Gateway Blog A blog by York professor Dr. Richard Leblanc, it is intended to be a governance resource and source of current governance commentary.

Justice and Ethics in Popular Culture  A blog by Schulich professor Chris Bell, who is also a founding member of the Organisational Justice and Behavioural Ethics Group.

Boards & Advisors One of the largest and most active corporate governance groups on LinkedIn (> 10,000 members), founded by York faculty Dr. Richard Leblanc.

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