Special Issue - Business Ethics in the Era of AI

Artificial intelligence (AI) has become one of the most popular topics across various academic disciplines, industry sectors, higher education, and business functions and widely influences society at large, with many ethical questions remaining and new ones emerging. The Journal of Business Ethics started publishing on ethical issues concerning AI and its applications at the beginning of the 1990s. Much has changed in the three decades since then. Responsible Management has received increasing attention in all areas of business research and continues broadening the scope of research for scholars worldwide. To date, AI research on ethics still seems to be evolving, scattered across many domains, thus lacking a coherent theoretical perspective. This situation makes research in these contexts even more important, which led to the objective of this special issue. Having received an extraordinary number of submissions, this compilation comprises exceptional articles applying various methodological and disciplinary perspectives.

Special Issue Editorial

Guest Editorial: Business Ethics in the Era of Artificial Intelligence Michael Haenlein, Ming-Hui Huang & Andreas Kaplan

Please refer below for this Special Issue's papers


  • Michael Haenlein

    ESCP Business School, Paris, France and University of Liverpool Management School at the University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK

  • Andreas Kaplan

    ESCP Business School, Paris, France

  • Ming-Hui Huang

    Department of Information Management, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan

Articles (12 in this collection)