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Should ethics really be taught in schools?

Should ethics really be taught in schools?

“We’re here to make money” That remains the over-arching driving force behind most businesses, and in some ways it’s right. A commercial business making no profit is either going  broke, or is some kind of welfare case. But while making a profit is important, this can never be the sole […]

“Ethical fading”: not just a convenient label

“Ethical fading”: not just a convenient label

It’s not immediately obvious what VW, The Labour Party and the South Yorkshire police have in common. Up close though, the similarities are only too clear. All three are currently experiencing serious cases of ethical fading. The latter, described in more detail in a recent post here, occurs when people […]

Dive into this new report on Regulatory Reform

Dive into this new report on Regulatory Reform

Sometimes a one page summary just won’t do. This comprehensive report from Thomson Reuters presents the State of Regulatory Reform 2016 and goes both deep and wide. It traverses the entire landscape of international regulatory reform, with mainly easy-to-follow analysis. Plunging into the full 35 page report may feel a […]