An Ethical Analysis of the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil

By: Arjyo MitraFifa-World-Cup-2014-Brazil-Wallpaper


Brazil was officially named the host nation of the 2014 FIFA World Cup on October 30, 2007. This came after the country’s delegation successfully convinced the FIFA Executive Committee of the potential social and cultural benefits of hosting the tournament.

Public protests and riots reached their climax before and during the 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup, which precedes the World Cup, and regained momentum as the opening ceremony of the World Cup drew nearer. The protests were centered around the people’s demands for higher expenditure on healthcare, education and


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The Value of Financial Ethics, Part II


By: Judy Zhu


I Introduction

Philosophical commentator, Alan R. Malachowski once made the remark that finance nowadays seems to be playing an ‘ethically-enervating role’, as the rise of the doctrines of ‘The New Finance’ Whilst it is not the purpose of this inquiry to address the truth or untruth of every aspect of Malachowski’s claim, the central premise of this research note can be stated in the following terms: if it is true that matters of finance indeed ‘dominate everyday life’, then such a pervasive role


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Moral Cents

Financial EthicsMoral Cents is The Journal of Ethics in Finance, produced on a regular basis by the Seven Pillars Institute for Global Finance and Ethics. Click HERE to see the latest issues and read them in full.

Seven Pillars Institute for Global Finance and Ethics (SPI) and the Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) at Queen Mary University of London have a collaborative affiliation in their work on ethics, law, and regulation in finance. The goal of the collaboration is to foster a dialogue on important ethical policy issues affecting the financial services industry.

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Seven Pillars Institute for Global Finance and Ethics and IntegTree LLC have a collaborative affiliation. The two organizations plan to create online training programs in financial ethics and compliance management. The Programs will help financial institutions improve conformity with the law while also fostering ethical awareness.

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