Cambridge University Press has invited the Center for Ethical Business Cultures (CEBC) to build on its research and write a book on ethical business cultures in emerging economies including the BRIC’s (Brazil, Russia, India and China) and the MIST’s (Mexico, Indonesia, South Africa and Turkey).
- Will norms that shape trust, integrity and current standards for acceptable business behavior be challenged by the growing influence of stakeholders within the emerging market countries?
- How will governments define and regulate “ethical” behavior?
- How will businesses be accountable to their stakeholders for “ethical” behavior as the foundations on which compliance and ethics programs have been influenced and built are subjected to competing norms and behaviors?
Douglas Jondle, Ph.D. – Director of Research at the Center for Ethical Business Cultures, and Alexandre Ardichvili, Ph.D. – CEBC Fellow and Professor in the Department of Organizational Leadership, Policy and Development at the University of Minnesota, will lead a team of academic and business practitioners to develop this important work scheduled for publication in 2016.
Pictured (left to right): Prof. Deon Rossouw, Ph.D., Prof. Alexandre (Sasha) Ardichvili, Ph.D., Visiting Prof. Liliane Corrêa de Oliveira Klaus, Ph.D. PD., Assistant Prof. Martha Sañudo, Ph.D., Visiting Prof. Thomas Thakadipuram, Ph.D., Associate Prof. Jessica Li, Ph.D., Prof. Edgard Cornachione Jr., Ph.D., Prof. Noor Rahmani, Ph.D., and Dr. Douglas J. Jondle, Ph. D.