The Common Good
January-February 2000

Business Ethics on the Web

by Jeffrey L. Seglin | January-February 2000

A growing number of Web sites focus on business ethics. Inc. Online’s Ethics Corner features links to articles on business ethics for Inc. magazine

A growing number of Web sites focus on business ethics. Inc. Online’s Ethics Corner features links to articles on business ethics for Inc. magazine www.inc.com/extra/columns/ethics. An exhaustive list of links to ethics sites on the Internet can be found at http://carbon.cudenver.edu/~jjuhasz/ethiclinks.html. Some of best sites devoted entirely to business ethics include:

Council for Ethics in Economics,www.businessethics.org

Ethics Resource Center,www.ethics.org

Ethikos and Corporate Conduct Quarterly, www.singerpubs.com/ethikos

Institute for Business and Professional Ethics, www.depaul.edu/ethics

Institute for Global Ethics, www.globalethics.org

International Business Ethics Institute, www.business-ethics.org —JLS

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