December 06, 2005

However being ethical is becoming beneficial

Follow-up to Ethics and Business from Vladislav's blog

Oil-rich Norway hires philosopher as moral compass – interesting isn't it?
I have to add that quite similar discussions about the same question now are very popular in Russia, which is also has a huge oil fund. Oil-rich Norway hires philosopher as moral compass interesting isn't it?

In Russia, which also has a huge oil fund, the same question (about ethical investments of this money ) is being debated very actively. It looks that after a while some philosophers may have quite good job prospects ..

Vladislav Romashov –


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  1. Very interesting article. Especially that there are dissenting voices in their own government seeking to purchase retirement homes in Spain. The old question of "What's in it for me?" comes to mind. Sadly I think you were right in your first Blog that people are not prepared to go without to enable a future success.

    07 Dec 2005, 21:53


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