, Volume 1, Issue 1, pp 1-4
Date: 28 May 2011

Introduction to the inaugural collection

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Its seems that the world is moving out of the shadow of financial crisis, but the causes leading to the financial crisis still deserve our reflections. It is worth exploring the role of capital, credit, and corporate social responsibility in wealth creation. How to explore these issues using the resources of economics, business and ethics, and incorporating theoretical, institutional, and normative issues are of common concerns to researchers in China and many other countries. For this purpose, the Center for Business Ethics of Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences organized the Third Shanghai International Conference on Business Ethics in collaboration with the Shanghai Association of Ethics, the Shanghai Association of Economics, the University of St. Thomas of USA, and the Euro-China Centre for Leadership and Responsibility at CEIBS. The theme was “Capital, Credit, and Responsibility in Crisis: What Concepts, Systems, and Ethics are needed for Future Wealth Creation?” More than 70 pro