The competition is now closed for 2020 - the winners are set to be announced in the Autumn. Details of the 2021 competition will also be announced then.


Previous Winning Essays

Undergraduate category

Year

Student

University

Essay

2019 Joel Christoph

UCL

Ethics and Workplace Automation

2018

Nathalie Becker

St Andrews

Corporations in the 'Postnational Constellation': applying a post-colonial lens to Corporate Social Responsibility practices in a global order

2017

David Kerr

Birbeck College, University of London

Tax Avoidance: the ethical question for business

2016

Eleanor Weston

University of Brighton

Should the NHS be Free to Every Citizen Regardless of Health Choices?

Postgraduate category

Year

Student

University

Essay

2019 Ysabel Dela Rosa

University of Bath

The introduction of ‘voluntary’ microchip technology in the workplace: An innovative solution or invasion of privacy?

2018

Firoza Dodhi

UCL Faculty of Laws

Exploring the Ethical Issues of Innovation in Legal Services

2017

Charles Sherwood

London School of Economics

Doing the Right Thing: business ethics, moral indeterminacy and existentialism

2016

Jonathan Webb

Queen Mary, University of London

Supply Chain Corruption: a business ethics blind spot