How Did The Recession Change The Way B-Schools Teach Ethics?Knowledge Wharton
Wharton's Eric Orts is joined by Stephen Arbogast of the University of North Carolina and Anita Cava of the University of Miami to discuss the new role of ethics in business school education.
There was plenty of blame to assign to the actors responsible for the Great Recession. The global economic slide was the result of rampant greed in the financial sector, with individuals and . . .
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