The Institute of Business Ethics is pleased to announce the two winning essays of this year’s IBE Student Essay Competition in Business Ethics.
The Postgraduate category was won by Noah Mayall from the London School of Economics and Political Science for his essay on ‘Whether Uber has improved the market and how it should be regulated going forward.’
The Undergraduate category was won by Urooj Iqbal from City, University of London, for her essay ‘The ethics of greenwashing.’
Dr Ian Peters MBE, IBE’s Director said: “Many congratulations to this year’s winners. It is great to see such thoughtful approaches to critical issues in business ethics. We received submissions from students across the country during this most challenging period. We thank all those who entered, as well as the tutors who encouraged them.”
The IBE Student Essay Competition in Business Ethics celebrates the best writing and thinking by undergraduates and postgraduates on business ethics. It aims to encourage student interest in business ethics and the integration of discussions on corporate responsibility into the core curricula of business schools.
The winners were each awarded £500.