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The purpose of the Program on Values and Ethics in the Marketplace (VEM) is
to teach students about the crucial ethical and practical issues
relevant to today's marketplace. VEM supports the premise that
ethics is important and that one's values influence one's views
on specific problems such as: employer-employee relations, corporate
restructuring, and stakeholder versus shareholder theories of
a corporation. VEM helps students see the bridge between ethical
theory and the practice of management, between the classroom and
the "real world" of industry.
VEM also focuses on course development, special conferences and
seminars, graduate fellows, and a variety of undergraduate projects.
Director - Dr. Gary Hull
Dr. Gary Hull is Director of the Program on Values and Ethics
in the Marketplace, and is popular with students for his knowledge,
passion for the subject, and engaging style. He taught philosophy
and business ethics for many years at The Claremont Graduate
School, Whittier College, and The Fuqua School of Business.
He has served as an ethics advisor to major corporations,
has lectured to business groups - such as The Young Presidents'
Organization - and has made numerous appearances on radio
and television. Dr. Hull has published articles in, among
others, the LA Times, San Francisco Chronicle,
Philadelphia Inquirer, Chicago Tribune,
forbes.com, and Barron's. He has spoken at professional
and general public conferences around the world, and is a
frequent lecturer at universities such as Harvard, Stanford,
the University of Michigan, the University of Wisconsin, the
University of Texas at Austin, UC Berkeley, UCLA.
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