Resources

Resources

The Centre operates as a clearinghouse on business ethics issues for individuals, students and the media looking for resources, information and speakers on business ethics issues.

Management Ethics, our seasonal newsletter, is one of the most important ways we have of serving as a forum and catalyst for constructive discussion and debate. In addition, we are pleased to offer articles, submissions, past event speeches, a basic ethics FAQ section and links to other resources where you can continue your research.

Speaker and Information Requests:

EthicsCentre CA provides speakers to groups and schools interested in exploring the application of ethical values in the decision-making process of business and other organizations. Please contact the Centre at info@ethicscentre.ca for information on available speakers and topics.

We also respond to requests from corporations, institutions and organizations seeking assistance in reaching ethical policy decisions in all aspects of their operations. Please contact the Centre at info@ethicscentre.ca for more information.

Membership in EthicsCentre CA will provide you timely access to all resources available at the Centre, as well as the opportunity to share information and knowledge on ethical issues and solutions with your peers. Join today.

Library Materials:

The Centre also has a collection of library materials which can be consulted by making arrangements with the Centre's office at info@ethicscentre.ca.

Ethics & Governance: Developing & Maintaining an Ethical Corporate Culture, Fourth Edition

By:

Leonard J. Brooks, Professor of Business Ethics & Accounting, Executive Director, Clarkson Centre for Business Ethics & Board Effectiveness, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, Director, Master of Management & Professional Accounting Director, Diploma in Investigative & Forensic Accounting, University of Toronto Mississauga 

David Selley FCA, Retired Partner Ernst & Young LLP, Past Chair, Canadian Centre for Ethics & Corporate Policy 

This book provides practical guidance on the development of cultural integrity in companies. The material focuses on ethical conduct, particularly within publicly-traded corporations. It provides checklists, tables and other helpful documents, and is an excellent resource for business people and students alike. 

Copies of the book are available by contacting the Ethics Centre at info@ethicscentre.ca.

 

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