Those invited to participate in this conference on "Integrating Ethics Into Business Education" were offered opportunities to address any of six important topics. The last three of these were posed as questions: (4) Does ethics offer any "practical" decision rules for real-world business decision making?; (5) What should be the ethics content of the business ethics course and/or program?; and (6) Is business ethics a "Discipline"?
Chewning, Richard C. 1984. "Recommended Content of a Business Ethics Course." E.C.R.S.B. 84-6. Robins School of Business White Paper Series. University of Richmond, Richmond, Virginia.