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Quarterly Ethics Review

The Quarterly Ethics Review is an in-depth discussion that focuses on timely issues in business through a lens of ethics.

It is produced by The Institute for Enterprise Ethics, and is moderated by the Institute's Director, Dan Sweeney. Each quarter a panel of University of Denver, Daniels College of Business faculty share their unique insights on the preceding quarters most interesting business ethics and corporate behavior subjects.
 

Episode 7 - Q2 2016

 
Quarterly Ethics Review | Episode 7  This episode of Quarterly Ethics Review features:

  • CEO Compensation in the U.S.
  • Customer Privacy in the Digital Age
  • Corporate Social Activism
  • Prescription Drug Pricing
  • Auto Manufacturer Misbehavior
Dr. Sweeney was joined by Daniels College of Business faculty members: Dr. Andrew Schnackenberg, Dr. Donald "Don" Mayer and Dr. Aimee Hamilton.

Episode 6 - Q1 2016

 
Quarterly Ethics Review | Insitute for Enterprise Ethics This episode of the Quarterly Ethics Review features:

  • Volkswagen Diesel Emissions Scandal
  • FIFA Bribery Allegations
  • Prescription Drug Pricing Policies
  • Howard Warren Buffett
  • Wall Street Journal "Is it OK to Lie?" Article
  • LIBOR Scandal Sentencing
Director Sweeney is joined by Daniels College of Business faculty members Dr. Lorenzo Patelli, Dr. Bud Bilanich, and Dr. Tricia Olsen.

Episode 5 - Q3 2015

 
Quarterly Ethics Review - Episode 5
This episode of the Quarterly Ethics Review features:
  • Income & Wealth Distribution in the U.S.
  • FIFA Corruption Scandal
  • The corporate culture of Amazon.com
  • Toshiba Accounting Scandal
  • New SEC Reporting Standards for CEO Compensation
  • Volkswagen Diesel Emissions Scandal

Director Sweeney was joined by Dr. Dennis Witmer and Dr. Philipp Schaberl of the Daniels College of Business faculty.

Episode 4 - Q2 2015

 
Quarterly Ethics Review - Episode 4 This episode of the Quarterly Ethics Review features:

  • Human Resources issues in Silicon Valley - The Ellen Pao case
  • Social causes and the CEO — "Race Together" at Starbucks
  • The changing definitions of the workforce in America — "On Demand" workers
  • New regulations in the "Pay Day" loans financial sector — Predatory lending or a fair rate of return
  • Short sighted philanthropy or a genuine act of selflessness - The Curious Case of Matt Wage

Sweeney was joined by Daniels College of Business professors Dr. Ali Besherat, Dr. Ruth Jebe, and Dr. Doug Allen for this lively discussion.

Episode 3 - Q1 2015

 
Quarterly Ethics Review - Episode 3 This episode of the Quarterly Ethics Review features:

  • recent rulings by the U.S. 2nd Circuit Court and their affect on Insider Trading
  • excessive payouts to federal whistleblowers
  • UBER's recent coverage in the media

Sweeney was joined by members of the Daniels College of Business faculty members Bruce Klaw, Erin Nickell and Paul Seaborn.

Episode 2 -Q4 2014


Quarterly Ethics Review - Episode 2 This episode of the Quarterly Ethics Review features:

  • the General Motor's faulty ignition switch situation
  • the recent data hacking that occurred at Target, Home Depot and Apple Computer
  • the pricing of prescription drugs in the United States

Professor Steve Hartley was joined by Daniels College of Business marketing practitioners: Dan Baack, Heather Kennedy, Ross Bagully.

Episode 1 - Q3 2014

 
Quarterly Ethics Review - Episode 1 This episode of the Quarterly Ethics Review features:

  • the Veterans Administration patient waiting-list scandal
  • the General Motors’ ignition switch situation
  • the increasing disparity of wealth and income in American society.

Sweeney was joined by Daniels College of Business professors Cindy Fukami, John Holcomb and George Simon.




 
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