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Risk Assessment - By the Book

[This essay was originally posted on Corporate Compliance Insights.]

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Meet "Homo Duplex" - a new ethics super-hero?

[This essay was originally posted on The Conflict of Interest Blog.]

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A system for teaching ethical systems

A system for teaching ethical systems

Jeffrey M. Kaplan

When I used to teach a section of a Professional Responsibility business school class I wanted to get the students thinking more from a preventive organizational approach to ethics than what was contemplated by the course materials that the school provided. To that end, on the first day of class I put the following grid in the center of the blackboard, and left it there throughout the course. 

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Exemplary Ethical Recoveries

[This essay was originally posted on The Conflict of Interest Blog.]

F. Scott Fitzgerald famously said, “There are no second acts in American lives,” but in the C&E world the second act may count for more than the first – for better or worse.

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CEOs' Ethical Standards and the Limits of Compliance

[This essay was originally posted on The Conflict of Interest Blog.]

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Ethics Exchange: Ethics, Compliance, and Human Nature

[This conversation was originally posted at ECOA Connects.]

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Too close to the line: a convergence of culture, law and behavioral ethics

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Are you keeping track of your compliance costs?

[This essay was originally posted at The Conflict of Interest Blog.]

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