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Business Ethics

2024 Ashok C. Sani Lecture: How Business Can Help to Stop Human Trafficking

Emmy Award-winning activist, author, journalist, and founder of Apne Aa, Ruchira Gupt, sheds light on the role business can play in combating human trafficking.

Business Topics: Ethics and Sustainability


Value Drivers in Sustainable Food and Agriculture

New research in collaboration with Deloitte at the Center for Sustainable Business 7th Annual Practice Forum: Unlocking Enterprise Value Through Embedded Sustainability.


Insights into Sustainability’s Role in Improving Performance for PE

Professor Tensie Whelan discusses the Center for Sustainable Business’ latest research.


Book Talk: Shannon K. O’Neil on The Globalization Myth

Shannon K. O'Neil joins NYU Stern's Steven Altman for a Fireside Chat about her new book, The Globalization Myth: Why Regions Matter.


Public Talk with Laurence Boone

NYU Stern's Center for Global Economy and Business, Volatility and Risk Institute, and Center for Sustainable Business co-hosted Laurence Boone, the French Minister of State for Europe and Foreign Affairs.


Navigating Career Transitions and Self-Care

Mary "Mish" Michaud (MBA ’84), Seetha Speeney (MPA ’03), Julia Macleod, and Wern How Yam discuss career transitions and wellbeing. Moderated by Sabrina McCoy Griffin (BS ’80).


Book Talk: A More Just Future with Prof. Dolly Chugh and Victor Mullins

Prof. Dolly Chugh and Stern's Sr. Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion Victor Mullins discuss the emotional relationship we have with the U.S. and its complicated past.


Renewal: An Evening Devoted to the Wellbeing of Women

Prof. Batia Wiesenfeld along with Raffi Laitamaki (BS ’21), Lanchi Venator (MBA ’00), Cathy Choi (MBA ’96), and Columbia MBA grad Jessica Weiss discuss women and wellbeing in the workplace.


Transforming “The Great Resignation” into “The Great Reimagination”

Prof. Anat Lechner, Indhira Arrington (MBA ’02), Julia Lamm (MBA ’11), Kim Maes (MBA ’21), and Nishant Roy (MBA ’13) discuss how companies are rethinking their organizational structures, policies, and cultures in order to address inequalities and retain talent. Hosted by the Stern Women in Business (SWIB) Alumnae Committee as a part of Reunion 2022 programming.


How to Own Your Reproductive Health While Pursuing Your Dream Career

Leaders from companies at the forefront of the reproductive health space come together for a conversation about how to embark on a reproductive health journey that fits your unique career path.