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Author:Spero C. Peppas , Barry A. Diskin
Data Source:[J].Teaching Business Ethics, 2000, Vol.4 (2), pp.207-220Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br)The notion of ethics in business continues to receive considerable attention. Many universities and professional organizations have attempted to address the issue of ethics by adding ethics courses to the curriculum and by creating codes of ethics for individuals wor...
Author:Spero C. Peppas , Barry A. Diskin
Data Source:[J].International Journal of Educational Management, 2001, Vol.15 (7), pp.347-353Emerald
Abstract:Ethics in business is an issue that has long received considerable attention. As a result of accreditation requirements, many universities have attempted to address this issue by making a course in ethics a part of business programs. This paper examines the values of current coll...
Author:Barry A. Diskin
Data Source:[J].Journal of Real Estate Literature, 1997, Vol.5 (2), pp.225-227CrossRef
Author:Spero C. Peppas , Barry A. Diskin
Data Source:[J].Teaching Business Ethics, 2000, Vol.4 (2), pp.207-220CrossRef
Author:G. STACY SIRMANS , BARRY A. DISKIN , H. SWINT FRIDAY
Data Source:[J].National Tax Journal, 1995, Vol.48 (1), pp.71-84JSTOR
Abstract:This study examines the issue vertical inequity in the taxation of real property. Vertical inequity may be regressive (progressive) if the assessed value/market value ratio decreases (increases) as market values increase for properties of the same classification. The literat...

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