What Americans Need to Know About Elder Fraud

Protecting Yourself Against Elder Fraud Abuse I recently read several articles posted online about the rise in elder fraud and how federal government agencies are dealing with them. One stands out by Laurie Archbald-Pannone is an associate professor of medicine and geriatrics from the University of Virginia that was originally... Read more →


Are the Moral Values of Americans in Decline?

Causes, Effects and Solutions Anyone who has read my blog over the years knows I believe that the moral values of Americans are in decline. This is an important issue to discuss, especially in light of the debate between former President Trump and President Joe Biden tomorrow night. Should we... Read more →


Does ESG Matter?

Measuring Sustainability Performance I have previously blogged about the link between ESG reporting and sustainability. In this blog, I will briefly address the question of whether gathering and reporting ESG data really matters. ESG reporting provides a specific framework for evaluating and measuring a company’s sustainability performance. It assesses a... Read more →


Ethics Research Symposium

The following is the program for the 28th Annual Ethics Symposium sponsored by the Public Interest Section of the American Accounting Association to be held on August 11, 2024, in Washington, D.C. You can register for the Symposium on the website of the American Accounting Association (https://aaahq.org/Meetings/2024/Annual-Meeting). Continuing Professional Education... Read more →


Is Your Organization Practicing Ethics Washing?

Do What We Say, Not What We Do No, it is not about washing your clothes in a responsible way. Ethics Washing refers to the practice of ethical window dressing. It is where an organization gives lip service to ethics to make it seem as though it acts responsibly but... Read more →