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ABS Launches Ethics Guide
In setting out these aspirations, we jointly acknowledge that the process is one of continuous improvement and that part of the role of a Business School is to inculcate ethical behaviours in its students.
Jonathan Slack, Chief Executive of the Association of Business Schools says:
“This Guide is intended to provide advice and guidance about the ethical questions and issues that may need to be taken into account when considering a range of learning, teaching, research and enterprise issues. This guide is not intended to be a strict code or point of prescription. It is intended instead to be a point of reference and to inform debate about our work”.
Business and management studies are a central component of the learning, teaching, research, enterprise and administrative work of nearly all universities in the United Kingdom. This work contributes to the development of hundreds of thousands of students each year as well as to the activities of countless companies and other organizations. (The ABS represents all of the business schools in the UK. Collectively, they provide business and management education for over 250,000 students a year).
The guide can be downloaded *here*