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Resisting Corporate Corruption, 3rd Edition by Stephen V. Arbogast

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Note to Faculty: How to Use this Book

Resisting Corporate Corruption, 3rd edition, is intended for use by Business School faculty in a full semester MBA course. Selected cases are also recommended for incorporation into Law School and continuing legal education (CLE) courses. Corporations and financial firms will find many of the cases helpful for business practices and ethics training.

The book is best used within a full semester framework. The 1st edition provided the central text for a 13 week course, Finance and Ethics, at the University of Houston’s C. T. Bauer College of Business. This course was taught from 2008–2014. Students typically prepared and presented solutions to two cases per class. The solutions emphasized the method discussed in the Essay: How to Work an Ethics Case (see Essay 1). The professor supplemented the case work with short lectures introducing controls-related subjects and business practice issues, e.g., the role of internal audit, guidelines for related party transactions. Finally, notable resisters were brought into class to review proposed solutions to their cases. These visitors included Enron’s Sherron Watkins, Jordan Mintz, and Vince Kaminski, and Eric Kolchinsky of Moody’s.

The Enron case solutions developed from this course work were compiled and are available in the Solutions Manual to Resisting Corporate Corruption. This CD can be obtained from www.scrivenerpublishing.com. Teachers considering use of the 3rd edition are encouraged to look ...

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