Professional Ethics in Puerto Rico: Codes, Problem Solving, and Ethical Dissent
This exercise in Business and Professional Ethics uses the DVD developed by the National Institute for Engineering Ethics, "Incident at Morales" to teach the ethical leadership and social responsibility in business and engineering. It also raises issues of how professionals must work to realize professional standards while operating within the constraints posed by the financial objectives. This derived copy has been developed to go along with the presentation given on engineering and surveying ethics before the Puerto Rico State Society of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors on November 15, 2007. This activity was co-sponsored by the Puerto Rico Office of Governmental Ethics.
Abstract by author.
Frey, William J., "Professional Ethics in Puerto Rico: Codes, Problem Solving, and Ethical Dissent" (2009). Ethics in Science and Engineering National Clearinghouse. 336.
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This module has been completed as a part of the NSF-funded EAC Toolkit project, SES 0551779.
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