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iCommunity | FlexiThemes

iCommunity | FlexiThemes | Canadian Business Ethics | Scoop.it
iCommunity is modern and advanced community WordPress theme. Designed and developed for anyone who wants to start a community or news site.
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More emerald than ivory from @corporateknight

More emerald than ivory from @corporateknight | Canadian Business Ethics | Scoop.it

"UBC is uniquely positioned to serve as a sandbox for the sustainable society"

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CEOs Can Attract Long-Term Investors - Dominic Barton - Harvard Business Review

CEOs Can Attract Long-Term Investors - Dominic Barton - Harvard Business Review | Canadian Business Ethics | Scoop.it
Business bloggers at Harvard Business Review discuss a variety of business topics including managing people, innovation, leadership, and more.
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The existential entrepreneur | Corporate Knights

The existential entrepreneur | Corporate Knights | Canadian Business Ethics | Scoop.it

"A recent graduate’s field guide to creating the green job you just can’t seem to find."

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Contagion — Marginal Revolution

Contagion — Marginal Revolution | Canadian Business Ethics | Scoop.it
Contagion, the Steven Soderberg film about a lethal virus that goes pandemic, succeeds well as a movie and very well as a warning.
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Let’s Go to fiess2011 This Fall! | Blog | Social Finance

Let’s Go to fiess2011 This Fall! | Blog | Social Finance | Canadian Business Ethics | Scoop.it

"Join 1200 people from over 70 countries in Montreal , October 17th -20th who are activating the social and solidarity economy across Canada and globally."

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Sheldon Chumir Foundation :: Canada makes progress on anti-corruption, finally

"Canada makes progress on anti-corruption, finally..."

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Post-Hurricane-Irene Business Ethics Roundup

Post-Hurricane-Irene Business Ethics Roundup | Canadian Business Ethics | Scoop.it
Natural disasters put all kinds of pressures on the behaviour of otherwise-civilized people, and they almost always raise business ethics issues. Here are a few little issues that popped up over th...
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Is Charity for Sale? — Social Edge

Is Charity for Sale? — Social Edge | Canadian Business Ethics | Scoop.it
Why do we have a problem when social ventures go for-profit? In theory, this should be the most sustainable way to deliver social change and we should be thankful when a socially beneficial nonprofit manages to set itself on a more secure financial footing by going for-profit.
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What is the causal impact of researchers reading blogs? — Marginal Revolution

What is the causal impact of researchers reading blogs? — Marginal Revolution | Canadian Business Ethics | Scoop.it

"Blogs potentially have many impacts, and we are only measuring some of them, but the evidence we have suggests economics blogs are playing an important role in the profession."

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As Venture Capitalists Bow Out of Cleantech, Corporations Step In | The Energy Collective

As Venture Capitalists Bow Out of Cleantech, Corporations Step In | The Energy Collective | Canadian Business Ethics | Scoop.it

"Venture capitalists who have already invested in clean energy, smart grid, energy efficiency and electric vehicle technologies are starting to get cold feet.

Impatient with how long it takes to realize a return on these investments, many are taking a pass on new deals and choosing instead to nurture existing portfolio investments..."

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cbernblog.ca | Canadian Business Ethics Research Network Blog

cbernblog.ca | Canadian Business Ethics Research Network Blog | Canadian Business Ethics | Scoop.it

CBERN's been busy on the blog this summer. CBERN’s blog aims to foster dialogue about events, panels and discussions surrounding business ethics. If you have an event or topic that you think should be covered on the blog, please contact our Communications Coordinator at lbourgon@cbern.ca

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Lessons Learned from Workshop on Effectiveness of Ethics Training | EPAC/APEC

Lessons Learned from Workshop on Effectiveness of Ethics Training | EPAC/APEC | Canadian Business Ethics | Scoop.it

"How Effective Is Your Ethics Training Program?"

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Call for Papers – oikos PRI Young Scholars Finance Academy 2012 - oikos International

"Interested doctoral students and young scholars working on Finance and Sustainability issues are encouraged to submit an application to the 2012 Academy convenors by November 4, 2011."

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It Is Time to Fix Our Boardrooms - Harvard Business Review

It Is Time to Fix Our Boardrooms - Harvard Business Review | Canadian Business Ethics | Scoop.it

"How bad does it have to get before we come to terms with the fact that we need to fix the boardroom?"

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Oh, the humanity! | Corporate Knights

Oh, the humanity! | Corporate Knights | Canadian Business Ethics | Scoop.it

"Canadian luminaries shed some light on what's needed to give our economic system a makeover for the greater good."

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ClimateSpark Venture Challenge

"Do you want to grow or launch a venture that helps our city, our community and our climate? Check out the ClimateSpark Venture Challenge..."

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Reflections from SoCap11: A Focus on Entrepreneurs, Flexible Finance, and a Call to Action | Blog | Social Finance

Reflections from SoCap11: A Focus on Entrepreneurs, Flexible Finance, and a Call to Action | Blog | Social Finance | Canadian Business Ethics | Scoop.it

"Here's a quick summary of highlights from the first two days of SoCap 2011."

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Crane and Matten blog: OSC: Barking up the wrong tree?

Crane and Matten blog: OSC: Barking up the wrong tree? | Canadian Business Ethics | Scoop.it

"While the OSC later had to rescind their demand for personnel changes at Sino Forest – it turned out to have no jurisdiction over such far reaching changes in the corporate governance - the case raises some interesting questions about the role and intricacies of business ethics."

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Participate in CBERN’s SRI and Canadian Extractives Industry Workshop | cbernblog.ca

CBERN and the University of British Columbia Faculty of Law are hosting the “Socially Responsible Investment and the Canadian Extractives Industry” workshop in Vancouver this weekend.

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Cross-Border Social Innovation — Social Edge

Cross-Border Social Innovation — Social Edge | Canadian Business Ethics | Scoop.it
Given the multitude of global development challenges and the resources invested in solving them, there is a clear need for proven social innovations to spread effectively around the world, as well as for social entrepreneurs to collaborate internationally.
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Business ethics and anti-corruption update from Norton Rose: August 2011 - TrustLaw

Business ethics and anti-corruption update from Norton Rose: August 2011 - TrustLaw | Canadian Business Ethics | Scoop.it
Business ethics and anti-corruption update from Norton Rose: August 2011TrustLawCalgary-based oil and gas company Niko Resources has become the first company to agree a plea deal under Canada's Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act 1999 after...
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