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2009 Schedule and Topics

California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo; Monsanto's Indian Impact


California State University, Bakersfield; Renewable Energy: The Impact of Corn Subsidies in the U.S. and Abroad


Central European University Business School, Budapest, Hungary; To Freeze or not to Freeze: Assessment on energy distributors' responsibility for accessing energy to indigent customers, through the example of a leading energy distributor, E.On


Claflin University; Insurance Card and Credit Score, Please!


Concordia University Irvine; Structuring Fair Compensation Packages for Senior Executives


Dartmouth College; Racism and Humor in the Workplace


Fairfield University; Direct to Consumer Marketing


Indiana University, Kelley School of Business; Objective, Legal and Ethical Hiring: Engineering Environment


La Salle University; The ethical dilemmas present in the relationship between physicians and the pharmaceutical industry and their effect on the well being of the public


Loras College; Agriprocessors Inc.


Loyola Marymount University; TBD


Loyola University Chicago; Putting it all on Paper


McKendree University; Blowing the Top Off: Mountain Top Mining


Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey; Duchess and Daughters: Their Secret Mission


Montgomery College; An examination of Capital One's questionable tactics used to attract new customers and to generate additional revenues through the company's false fee, penalty, and service charge structure


New York University, Stern School of Business; Credit Rating Industry


Polytechnic Institute of New York University; Ethical Considerations in the Disposal of E-Waste


SUNY Potsdam; Augusta National Golf Club - Women's Rights/Privacy Rights


United States Military Academy at West Point; Kaiser Permanente and Physician Assisted Suicide

 
United States Naval Academy; Decatur Securities


University of Arizona; Is The World Ready For The Nano? An Ethical Analysis of the Tata Nano


University of Illinois; Holocaust Victims Money being taken after the War


University of Kansas; Ethical Implications of Clinical Drug Testing in Developing Nations by U.S. Pharmaceutical Companies


University of Oregon; Economics and Ethics: Yahoo's Dilemma


University of San Francisco; When is a Partnership Not a Partnership: Navigating Ethical, Legal and Financial implications of the Bilaterial Relationships between US and Latin and South America


University of Southern California; China Tainted Milk Crisis


University of St. Thomas; Marketing Credit Cards to College Students: U.S. Citizen Bank


Villanova University; Responding to a Changing Landscape: Managerial Decisions and Consumer Protection