Auditor Independence Education Materials (AIEM)
The Auditor Independence Education Materials (AIEM) were developed by Deloitte & Touche LLP in conjunction with the University of Illinois Center for Professional Responsibility in Business and Society. The AIEM include a video, five case studies, a student handout, and an in-class laboratory market game. The purpose of the materials is to help facilitate students' learning about core concepts, real-world applications, and prevailing rules related to auditor independence.
Business & Economic Inequality Forum (BEIF)
BEIF is an information and connection point that aims to investigate and discuss the role of business in societal economic inequality. The site contains latest news, videos, articles, and other resources that aid in further engagement and communication on issues around economic inequality in society.
Business Ethics in the Movies: Thinking Outside the Box Office
List of movies with—"significant characters, circumstances, or events worthy of study and discussion to increase our understanding of the complexity of (un)ethical behavior in the workplace.”
Business in Society Gateway
Is a comprehensive resource center for business in society issues. It has a database of articles, cases, reports, links, video, and audio materials relevant to such issues.
A Website of the Aspen Institute Center for Business Education, CasePlace.org is a library of teaching resources designed for business school faculty. The site is intended primarily to help faculty incorporate environmental, social and ethical topics into their teaching on business and management.
Center for Business Education (CBE)
The Aspen Institute
CBE encourages future business leaders to innovate at the intersection of corporate profits and social impacts. CBE offers annual Faculty Pioneer Awards to recognize faculty in integrating social and environmental issues into their research and teaching. CBE also offers a series of free sustainability case-studies at www.caseplace.org.
An interactive forum for videos, commentary, and research. CSRwire members include corporations, NGOs, agencies, universities, and other organizations interested in communicating their socially responsible initiatives.
Direct Selling Education Foundation
Offers a series of video vignettes on the Direct Selling Association’s Code of Ethics to showcase the importance of ethical conduct in making good decisions.
Emerging Market Development Advisers Program (EMDAP) Case Studies
EMDAP case studies are meant to assist educational institutions in internationalizing their curricula by highlighting the challenges and opportunities faced by entrepreneurs in emerging markets.
Ethical Compass Toolkit
This modular toolkit includes interactive video, role-play scenarios, and case studies specifically related to accounting ethics. Developed by Barbara Porco, an accounting professor at Fordham University, the toolkit is available for free via the KPMG faculty portal. (Registration is required.)
EthicsGame.com provides business educators two invaluable keys: a Web-based ethics game and book. Partnered together or used separately, these master keys
will allow students to unlock their capacity for integrity and enhance their capability to make hard ethical choices in complex situations.
The Business Roundtable Institute for Corporate Ethics, with the Olsson Center for Applied Ethics, developed the original Web-based
simulation, Turning Gears Inc., as part of their commitment to provide leading-edge business ethics curricula and learning tools for current
and future business leaders. Out of Turning Gears Inc. comes the next generation simulation series, Ethics–LX. With Ethics–LX,
students are confronted by various dilemmas where they make real-life decisions as they refine their own understanding of the decision guide
framework. Each “module,” will take the student, between two and three hours to complete.
Environment (GSE) Research
GSE Research is a for-profit publisher that aims to provide a valuable bridge
between scholarly research and practice in the fields of governance,
environment, and sustainability, to address these challenges. The GSE Research
Exchange acts as such a bridge with benefits for both researchers and consumers
ProfessorJournal.com by the Wall Street Journal
Free weekly abstracts from the Wall Street Journal in 20 disciplines, including business ethics. Abstracts include questions for classroom discussion and are short enough to be useful in class exercises. Business Ethics abstracts are compiled by Professor O.C. Ferrell of Colorado State University.
Sustainable Business Performance
An online community network of scientists, researchers, business professionals,
and guests aiming to spread the message of sustainable business across the globe
in order to preserve natural resources, the environment, and future generations.
World Inquiry's Innovation Bank
Formerly known as the Center for Business as an Agent of World Benefit (BAWB),
the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University has
developed this global search project to locate and generate narratives that
illustrate businesses that have sought to formulate profits while improving
societal conditions throughout the world.