Welcome to the home page of the Journal of Business Ethics Education - JBEE
David Wasieleski, Coeditor, North America
The JBEE editorial team welcomes the appointment of David Wasieleski as Coeditor in charge of all editorial assignments for submissions from North America.
Latest Article Accepted for Volume 11:
"Inside the 'Homo Oeconomicus Brain': Towards a Reform of the Economics Curriculum?" by Manuel Wörsdörfer
"The Virtue of 'Virtue Ethics' in Business and Business Education" by Dennis Wittmer and Kevin O'Brien
For Authors - Online Submission of Articles
Authors now have the option of submitting articles to us online and tracking the progress through the editorial process. On the SUBMIT page there is a link in Section 2 of the Submission Details for Authors to open the NeilsonJournals Online Submissions website. Please contact the Publishing Editor if you have any questions.
Call for Papers
Volume 11: 2014
The Editors invite papers including case studies, lecture articles, forum and opinion pieces, book reviews, teaching strategies, and research in Business Ethics education. Accepted papers are published online on a continual basis throughout the year.
Articles submitted before September 30, 2014 will be assessed for review and possible inclusion in Volume 11. Subsequent submissions will be scheduled for Volume 12: 2015.
Volumes 1 & 2 Sponsor:
Lead Editor: John Hooker (Carnegie Mellon University, USA)
Co-editors: Australasia Editor - Ken McPhail (La Trobe University, Australia), Asia Editor - Zucheng Zhou (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China), Europe Editor - Jacob Rendtorff (Roskilde University, Denmark), Africa Editor - Olukunle Iyanda (Caleb University, Nigeria), North America Editor - David M. Wasieleski (Duquesne University, USA)
Senior Contributing Editors: Norman Bowie (University of Minnesota, USA), Manuel Velasquez (Santa Clara University, USA)
ISSN: 1649-5195 (print)
ISSN: 2044-4559 (online)
'B' Quality Listed
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JBEE - EBEN & ABEN Collaboration
Authors/contributors at EBEN and ABEN conferences now have the option of having papers submitted to the JBEE for full review and possible subsequent publication in themed sections of the journal.
JBEE indexing & journal listings
The journal is currently listed in Cabell's Directory, and J-Gate (India). The e-Journal is available at the Philosophy Document Center website to all SBE members. Article titles/abstracts are also listed in EBSCO and ProQuest databases. It is rated a 'B' quality journal in the Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC) Journal Quality List 2013.
"Business ethics teaching is extremely controversial. Can it be taught? What should be taught? Who should teach it? The Journal of Business Ethics Education can explore all these issues and others. Business ethics teaching and business ethics itself will be the better for it."
Norman Bowie, Elmer Andersen Chair in Corporate Responsibility, University of Minnesota, USA.
"Making complex and philosophical Business Ethics concepts come alive in a practical way in the classroom is never easy. And yet, as anyone who picks up a newspaper or turns on the TV news can observe, today there is probably no more pressing a need than to teach future and present business leaders the fundamentals that will help them make the right practical ethical decisions down the road. JBEE is a great resource that provides educators with top-notch research, great ideas, and the latest tools for making sure tomorrow’s business leaders are well-equipped to face the many ethical issues that will confront them daily."
Joan Fontrodona, Business Ethics Department, Center for Business in Society (CBS), IESE Business School , Spain.
The business community profoundly influences lives and events around the world. Business education must supply the conceptual tools managers need to make choices that are ethically responsible and culturally sensitive as well as technically sound. The mission of the JBEE is to assist educators in this task by providing timely educational materials and a forum for discussion of pedagogical issues.