About the Olympics of Business Ethics
Every four years, the ISBEE World Congress, affectionately known as the “The Olympics of Business Ethics,”brings together the best minds in the field of the Ethics of Business and Economics from all continents. The congress consists of a mix of people from business, academia, and government and other non-for-profit organizations. It may include representatives from major religious groups from around the world. It contains plenary sessions consisting of invited speakers of prominence, and sessions devoted to contributed papers. It is open to participants from around the world and deliberately seeks to include participants from a large number of countries and all continents representing a variety of views. The Congress provides a locus for people from around the world who are interested in ethics in business and economics to meet and discuss, both formally and informally, their common interests and problems. ISBEE’s 2016 World Congress will take place in Shanghai, China.