McGill launches Laidley Centre for Business Ethics

McGill University has officially launched the Laidley Centre for Business Ethics, which will bring together researchers from a variety of areas to solve ethical issues. The centre was made possible by a $5M donation from David Laidley, which includes $500K in start-up funds for hiring staff, developing academic programming, supporting research, and encouraging ethics discussions. “This gift allows us to expand our pillars of education beyond logic, reasoning, and open, civil discussion to include the importance of business ethics,” said McGill Interim Principal Christopher Manfredi. McGill (1)| McGill (2) Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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