David Surdam, Ph.D., Professor of Economics, will share ethical aspects of social security and state lotteries, and will compare them with business ethics. He will further discuss how business people are often thrown on the defensive regarding ethics, as well as the role government officials play in overseeing business practitioners. Sponsored by the Center for Academic Ethics, Beta Gamma Sigma, & The David W. Wilson Chair in Business Ethics. This session fits Part B of the Ethics in Scholarship Certificate.
Mar. 27, Curris Business Building 223, 4:00-5:00pm