In this issue:
- Canadian Business Ethics Education: The Vision and the Reality. This article is based on a paper given to the Biennial Conference of the International Institute For Public Ethics in Australia last fall. It was the result of three years of effort involving a team of volunteers, interested parties (i.e. Ethics Centre CA, the Ethics Practitioners' Association of Canada (EPAC), Imagine) and the support of Public Works & Government Services Canada and Queen's School of Business. The information is based on four surveys, covering up to 49 Canadian business schools, producing the most current and extensive information available.
- Canadian Business Ethics Education: A Commentary. Post Enron, leaders in business and government clearly want to see a much higher standard of ethical conduct in business. And business school deans support more business ethics instruction. Unfortunately, resource constraints limits how much can be done.
- Editorial: Business' Role in Foreign Policy
- Review of Canada's Implementation of the OECD Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions
- Book Review
- Speakers' Corner
- Upcoming Events