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Make a case for ethics and win a trip to California

Announcements | Dec 07, 2016 |

shutterstock_506850703How should self-driving cars be programmed to choose who to protect in an accident? Why should Uber develop alternatives to surge pricing?

These are the questions winning teams asked as they represented the Gabelli School for the past two years at the International Business Ethics Case Competition.

Now, students have a chance to continue the winning tradition—but first, they must compete in the 2017 Fordham University Undergraduate Business Ethics Case Competition.

The winning team will receive a cash prize as well as the opportunity to compete at the International Business Ethics Case Competition in Santa Monica, California.

All undergraduates are invited to submit a case study considering how business, legal, and ethical elements align when applied to a current issue. Whether it addresses today’s technology or tomorrow’s environment, the case should raise questions related to these disciplines and answer questions about how stakeholders would be affected by a proposed solution.

The deadline for registration and topic approval is December 16, and written case studies are due by January 23, 2017.

For more information on the Undergraduate Business Ethics Case Competition, view the complete guidelines.

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