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The ultimate guide to accounting, tax and consulting professional ethics, reviewed and rated by accounting professionals.


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Codes of Ethics Online

In June 1996, our Center received a grant from the National Science Foundation to put our collection of over 850 codes of ethics on the World-Wide Web. We are including our codes of ethics of professional societies, corporations, government, and academic institutions. Earlier versions of codes of ethics of some organizations respresented are available so researchers can study the development of codes. A literature review, an introduction to the codes, and a User Guide are included.

http://www.iit.edu/departments/csep/PublicWWW/codes/

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Ethics and Security Site

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Several useful resources, including a large collection of Ethics Policies from many universities and other organizations from David D. Grisham, Ph.D., Security Administrator at the University of New Mexico. Don't be intimidated by Dave's impeccable fashion sense; this site has some very useful info.

http://www.unm.edu/~dave/

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Inc. Online: Columns: The Ethics Corner

Inc. debuted the column "Black and White" about ethics and business in January 1998. The goal is to explore the moral tensions and choices faced by entrepreneurs, and to provoke discussion at Inc. Online's Ethics bulletin board.

http://mothra.inc.com/extra/columns/ethics/

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Institute for Global Ethics

To promote ethical behavior in individuals, institutions, and nations through research, public discourse, and practical action.

http://www.globalethics.org/

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Wired News: Students Called on SMS Cheating

Six University of Maryland students have admitted cheating on an accounting exam by using their cell phones to receive text messages with the answers. Another six students were implicated in the case.

http://www.wired.com/news/school/0,1383,57484,00.html

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