Category Archives: Ethics

Corporate social responsibility still makes good business sense

With the recession in full swing and no reprieve in sight, one might expect interest in corporate social responsibility to wane, or perhaps even die a natural death. Not so, according to Craig Smith, INSEAD Chaired Professor of Ethics and … Continue reading

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A CSR Toolbox for European Companies

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is of crucial importance for competitiveness in Europe, says the latest European Competitiveness Report published by the European Commission. The annual report analyses productivity and competitiveness issues in the EU. In that context the so called … Continue reading

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What’s Wrong with Drug Marketing Communications ?

Prescription drugs have brought many benefits for many people, but their marketing is mired in controversy. Weak government regulation and inadequate industry codes mean that drug companies are using irresponsible marketing to push their pills on doctors, the public and … Continue reading

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Ethics: Business and Society

Costas is starting a series of lectures in the Athens University of Economics and Business, MBA International Program, on Business and Society- Restoring Confidence in the Corporation. For details of his presentation click here. In today’s environment it is a … Continue reading

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