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  • University of Melbourne

CURRENT RESEARCH

Technologies Program:

This program deals with risks and responsibilities relating to research into technologies that combine with or add to existing technologies, including ethical issues in bio/nanotechnology, computing and IT.

Health Program:

This program will conduct research in relation to a range of interconnected ethical issues in the public health domain.

Ecology Program:

This program examines a range of issues in environmental ethics, including ethical issues related to existing and potential anthropogenic climate change.

Economy Program:

This program focuses on a number of central ethical issues arising in the economic sphere, including corporate responsibility and economic corruption.

Security Program:

This program focuses on the ethical dimensions of a range of current domestic and international security problems, including ethical issues pertaining to terrorism, crime, and humanitarian intervention.

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CAPPE Media


Professor Seumas Miller

Institutional Corruption and The Capital Markets  More

Fixing the Fix - Benchmark Reform and the Future of Financial Regulation  More

Designing-in-Ethics: A Compulsary Retirement Savings System  More

Dr Stephen Clarke

On Religious Violence, ABC Western Plains 'Mornings', radio interview  More

Past media events

Professor Tom Campbell

Business and Professional Ethics

tcampbell@csu.edu.au
Telephone +61 (02) 6272 6275
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MA(Hons), BA (Hons), PhD

Biography

Tom Campbell has written extensively on law and legal philosophy throughout his distinguished career. Among other positions, he was Dean of the ANU Faculty of Law from 1994 to 1997. He is currently working under an ARC Discovery Grant on an Australian alternative to Bills of Rights.

Fields of special interest

  • Justice and Human Rights
  • Business Ethics
  • The Legal Theory of Ethical Positivism