Teaching Ethics Across the Management Curriculum: A Handbook for International Faculty


The need to embed business ethics in the teaching of management disciplines has at times given rise to a debate as to whether ethics should be taught as a standalone course or in an embedded manner. So far, the majority of opinions favor a consensus that both approaches are relevant and should be used complementarily for optimal results.

Teaching Ethics Across the Management Curriculum provides unique insights into the experience of seasoned academics from different management disciplines regarding how they embed business ethics principles and concepts into their courses. The multidisciplinary approach makes its content very rich, as the insights from the professionals are invaluable.

This book functions as a handbook for faculty as well as a complementary textbook for the business student.


About the Author(s)

Kemi Ogunyemi

Kemi Ogunyemi, PhD, of the Christopher Kolade Centre for Research in Leadership and Ethics, teaches business ethics, managerial anthropology, self-leadership, and sustainability management at t…

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December 17, 2014





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