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The role of corporate codes of ethics in building trustworthiness

This note reports on a meeting held at the Institute of Business Ethics on June 19 2017 to discuss the contribution of ethical codes of behaviour to the development of trustworthiness in corporations. It grouped senior practitioners from leading companies across a range of sectors (including banking, energy, defence, utilities, outsourced services, and industrial materials) alongside senior academics involved in the British Academy’s Future of the Corporation project. The discussion was held under the Chatham House rule so participants are not identified, but the IBE hopes this account of the proceedings will be helpful both to the project itself and, eventually, to a broader audience.

 

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