Georgetown Business Ethics Journal Earns Emerald Award

June 29, 2004 Brenkert

Cynthia S. Shaw
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Georgetown Business Ethics Journal Earns Emerald Award

Business Ethics Quarterly, the journal of the Society for Business Ethics, has been honored with a 2004 Golden Page Award from Emerald Management Reviews, a UK-based publisher and management abstracting service. BEQ, which is edited by Georgetown University McDonough School of Business Professor George G. Brenkert and housed at the Georgetown Business Ethics Institute, received the award for Originality in the General Management category. Other journals cited in the same category include the Strategic Management Journal, Academy of Management Journal, and Harvard Business Review.

The Golden Page Awards are only awarded to those management publications that have produced consistently high-quality material across a whole year. The review process used to determine the 2004 awards was carried out over a 12-month period, during which more than 17,000 articles from 400 publications were appraised on their content.

Business Ethics Quarterly publishes scholarly articles from a wide variety of disciplinary orientations on the general subject of the application of ethics to the business community. BEQ addresses theoretical, methodological, and issue-based questions that can advance ethical inquiry or improve the ethical performance of business organizations.