The Internet is a growing and a continually evolving creature that will live on in perpetuity: Business ethics is the branch of ethics that examines ethical rules and principles within a commercial context. The International Business Ethics Institute is a private, nonprofit, nonpartisan, educational organization founded in 1994 in response to the growing need for transnationalism in the field of business ethics. The Institute is located in Washington, DC, with an affiliate office in London. The Institute promotes business ethics and corporate responsibility through two key program areas. First, it works to increase public awareness and dialogue about international business ethics issues through educational resources and activities as the Roundtable Discussion Series, the International Business Ethics Review and in the website. Second, the Institute works closely with companies to assist them in establishing effective international ethics programs. The Institute is dedicated to disseminating business ethics information to demonstrate the positive, tangible changes that responsible business can generate.
The International Business Ethics Institute considers its database to be proprietary and confidential. It never rents, sells, or shares database information with any individual or organization. The Institute neither markets nor sends out mass mailings to individuals within its database The Institute would only share information about web visitors should it be required ...
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