Econ Dept Chair
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Business School Associate Dean
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Continuing Education Dept Program Director
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Law School Chair or Dean
The most common fraud committed on behalf of an organization is
Which of the following is NOT one of the ways in which a fraud investigation must be conducted?
Which of the following is a highly suspicious financial statement relationship?
In response to participants at first suggested several possible actions, which included contacting internal
audit to investigate or requesting that the audit committee commission an investigation. As the discussion
The following transactions occurred during the year ended December 31, 2016, for the Microchip
1.On October 1, 2016, Microchip lent $90,000 to another company. A note was signed with principal and
8% interest to be paid on September 30, 2017.
To get the sense of a cold winter night in the mountains, I personally like the de-saturation of the
original most. Blue gives a sense of chilly weather if properly painted in the right saturation.
Blue skies, mountains, snow,
The card players
Artist: Paul Cezanne
Medium: Oil on canvas
Dimensions: 25 x 32 in.
Interpretation: The drawing indicates a very serious card game going on where everyone is
concentrated on their game. The guy behind it might be the guy who makes sure is
ART EXERCISE 3
Research and read about color. Then you will be using color in a variety of
ways for this exercise.
Here's What to Do
Imagine that a new country has been established on an island in the
South Pacific. Half of the island will be the old coun
Reference: Boehm, J. K., & Lyubomirsky, S. (in press). The promise of
sustainable happiness. In S. J. Lopez (Ed.), Handbook of positive psychology (2nd
ed.). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
The Promise of Sustainable Happiness
Julia K. Boehm and Sonja
DO NO HARM, DO GOOD;
NOT AS SIMPLE AS IT
J. R. PRINCE
Moral Theories: An Overview
Do No Harm
Being Your Best
Appendix 1: Justice and Rights
Appendix 2: Company Social Responsi
WAYS TO LOOK
Approaches to Ethics and finding Reflective
WHAT IS REFLECTIVE
First, of course, this is a term and a concept made famous by John Rawls, in
many of his writings.
I start this way:
When we talk about m
Why not simply call it corporate moral
In one way, that term is an attempt to sidestep the issue of
whether legally constructed artificial organizations can be
considered true moral
N A MORAL
C O R P O R AT E S O C I A L R E S P O N S I B I L I T Y
WHAT SORT OF MORALITY MAT TERS FOR
First, we have to ask, is every sort of moral issue a business issue?
Clearly not. Some of
HOW SHOULD I TREAT
This is a big, big subset of the ethical question. Some might ask it this way; What do
I owe other people? or, more generally, how should benefits and burdens be
This is the q
DO NO HARM
THE DEONTOLOGICAL TURN
DEONTOLOGICAL THINKING IS PROBABLY
CLOSEST TO SO-CALLED
At least, that is what Shelly Kagan (a consequentialist) says, and I believe
he is correct.
Just as we used the deontological John Rawls to
Dao de jing, Zhuangzi, and Wu Wei
A virtue ethic that does not value striving to be virtuous
What does this verse mean?
The highest virtue is to act without a sense of self
The highest kindness is to give without a condition
The highest j
BEGINNING OUR JOURNEY
A PRELIMINARY NOTE ABOUT RIGHT AND GOOD
John Rawls, a major figure well deserving of respect, wrote that consequentialist theories
are those in which the good is defined independently of the right, and then the right is
Same view, but for different reasons
2008-2009The US financial crisis
Major financial institutions took big gambles on mortgage
backed securities and the bubble burst.
They were on the verge of collapse, and all of us were
LIV IN G T H E LI F E OF VI RT U E
MAYBE, WE NEED SOMETHING ELSE
THAN RULES OR PRINCIPLES OR GOALS
Maybe we need to find out who we are and who we should be.
This is the perspective we call VIRTUE THEORY.
I will be honest, I have neve
Intermediate Accounting II
Writing Assignment #3
This writing assignment for Intermediate Accounting II is designed to have the
student apply the knowledge learned in this course to a simulated situation
involving lease transact