Ethics Are Back in Vogue

2002 Year-in Review

Calls for accounting reform also brought calls for ethics training for corporate boards, corporate executives, and accountants. Students ranked ethics and reputation above salary and opportunity for advancement as the key determinants in choosing the organization for which they work. Organizations of all kinds moved to provide ethics guidelines for their members, and to take the lead in rebuilding the reputation of the protectors of corporate wealth in America.

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08/19/02 Deloitte Responds to Growing Risk of Unethical Behavior

10/10/02 IMA Opens Its Free 'Ethics Hotline' to Non-Members

10/31/02 Ethics Discussion Forum Goes Live on New Web Site

11/20/02 PwC Announces Its Global Code of Conduct

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