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Where Ethics Engages the World in Business
The past year has seen vast upheavals in the world economy. The Center has responded by looking at some of the ethical issues behind the failures in our financial system and our business organizations. These efforts are part of our ongoing programs in Business Ethics, accessible from the navigation at left.
The Crisis in Business EthicsTo prevent such wrongdoing as last year's insider trading and financial scandals, the Center's Business and Organizational Ethics Partnership (BOEP), a group of executives and business ethics scholars, is devoted to promoting an ethical culture in business organizations.
Executive CompensationAccording to a September 2009 poll by Ipsos Public Affairs, 60 percent of Americans are angry or concerned about Wall Street pay packages they consider "unreasonable." The Ethics Center deepened its involvement in the issue of executive compensation last year, exploring how to structure pay packages to encourage ethical behavior.
Chancellor of the Delaware Chancery Court Presentation (video)
AIG Bonuses, Contractual Obligations, and Executive Compensation (Webcast)
Executive Compensation (video)