The formation of BPEG
The Business and Professional Ethics Group in the University of Sydney Business School, was funded by a seed donation from Irene Moss in 2006.
Who is in BPEG?
There are over 60 academic and general staff members of the Group, representing Disciplines including Accounting, Business Information Systems, Business Law, International Business, Marketing, and Work & Organisational Studies.
What BPEG does?
The research undertaken by members have appeared in many commercial books and internationally recognised journals. Members also teach a number of ethics-related subjects at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels within the Business School.
Members of the BPEG Group are available for a broad range of activities including, but not limited to: media comment, school visits, and collaborating with a number of private, public and volunteer organisations in terms of projects, leading briefings, and developing more ethically sound decision making.
Natoli Ethics Fund - promoting ethical awareness and skills of students in the Business School
BPEG has been fortunate to secure funding from an alumnus, John Natoli, who wishes to support the important work of providing ethics education to undergraduate and postgraduate students via the Natoli Ethics Fund.
2010-11 Business and Professional Ethics Group Report
Ethical Challenges - International Students and Business Education
Ethical Challenges - International Students and Business Education: A Response to Michael Paton
Ethics in Business and the Professions
The Fairtrade Movement: Reconciling Profit-Seeking with Ethical Behaviour?
Teaching Ethics: Marketing Principles and Ethical Dilemmas in Marketing
2008-2009 Business and Professional Ethics Group Report
Ethical Finance - Urgent Necessity or Oxymoron
Ethics as a Practical Leadership Strategy in this Age of Transparency
Morality, Ethics and Gossip
The Business School: A Creature of its Time?
Suzanne Ryan and James Guthrie
Client Capture and the Professional Service Firm
Hugh Gunz, Sally Gunz and Ronit Dinovitzer
True and Fair: An Ethical Override
Frank Clarke and Graeme Dean