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Der Chao Chen

For a survey about offering course about business ethic in the business schools, I believe it's a timely report.

However, people always wonder questions, such as could ethic be taught in the classroom? and Can we simply assume that students who took those ethic course do behave themselves more ethically? If the real world does not allow you to behave ethically, even you already learned something you may ask to do could be unethically, how would/could you response?

I think effects of having ethic course in business schools is also another coming issue we need to have a close look.

Thomas Shine

check out the news
http://www.enginepuller.com/engines/1449/SchoolsTeachEthics.aspx

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