Articles on jurisdiction, global enterprise, and cross-cultural issues that arise in countries such as China and India
Carson Block, research director of Muddywaters, talks with Kirk O. Hanson, executive director of the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics about ethical issues such as fraud, conflicts of interest, executive pay, and cozy relations with auditors and how these problems manifest in China.
Markkula Center for Applied Ethics Executive Director Kirk Hanson talks with Jacqueline Fan, a partner at Ernst & Young, about corruption, bribery, and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. She identifies supply chain problems, financial statement fraud, and the rapid transition in the economy as ethical challenges when doing business in China.
Videos, podcasts, and articles about the practice of business ethics in China
Corporations can bring forward norms of ethical behavior across cultures
Are tax inversions fair?
Emerging Technology Creates Another Ethics Issue
Rogue tweets by company execs can damage the brand.
Cultural and Legal Issues
Advice for U.S. businesses establishing themselves in China
Summary of a panel discussion featuring C.Y. Wang, Lisa Chen, David Chen, and Michael McCune on managing ethical risk in China.
Doing Business in China
When companies in China seem too good to be true
David Chen, vice president for China Legal and Corporate Affairs at Microsoft, and Kirk Hanson, executive director of the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, discuss differing perspectives on intellectual property, piracy, and creating value.