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This peer-reviewed journal "is particularly interested in articles that focus on issues encountered by practicing professionals, especially articles that draw on or explore the similarities and differences between the ethical issues that arise in two or more professions."
Sponsored by the Society for Business Ethics, the "Business Ethics Quarterly is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal that publishes theoretical and empirical research relevant to the ethics of business." Considered a top journal for business ethics.
"Ethics is an international journal of moral, political, and legal philosophy. It publishes work from disciplines that have a normative dimension, including philosophy, law, economics, and social and political theory."
This series offers full text of papers given at the Conference on International Corporate Responsibility on topics such as "codes of business conduct for multinational enterprises, socially responsible investing, corporate reputation and globalization, corporate responsibility and environmental issues, investment in developing economies, and responsible marketing." 2005 - 2009
A scholarly electronic journal "on the ethical impacts of information technology on human practices and thinking, social interaction, other areas of science and research and the society itself." Open access journal.
JBSGE "is an on-line peer reviewed journal whose purpose is to facilitate the publication of research articles in the related fields of Business Systems, Corporate Governance and Ethical issues arising from these areas."
Open access journal.
JRC "aims to encourage consumer researchers to use their skills for the direct benefit of consumers, without the need to produce research outcomes of managerial relevance." Articles are refereed by an editorial board. Some of the academic articles also have a second version edited for consumers.
Open access journal.
Full text of all issues available via electronic subscription. Note that Teaching Business Ethics ceased as a separate publication in 2003. Instead, a teaching section was added to the Journal of Business Ethics.