Business Ethics in Hong Kong: A Confucian Perspective and the Long-term Trend

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The presentation comprises of three studies relating to the current state and the future of business ethics in Hong Kong. The first study discusses the conceptualization and operationalization of virtue business ethics from a Confucian perspective. A three-factor model of Confucian business ethics is proposed and validated with structural equation modeling. The second study describes the business ethics performance of seven industries in Hong Kong from both cross-sectional and longitudinal perspectives. The property industry consistently is seen as relatively less ethical, while the retail industry usually outperforms others. The third study predicts the long-term state of business ethics development in Hong Kong using dynamic distribution analysis. The future long run steady state distribution indicates an encouraging finding that business in Hong Kong will converge to a slightly positive, long-term steady state.

Date:
Tuesday August 1, 2017
Time:
12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Location:
Segal Graduate School of Business
500 Granville Street, Vancouver, BC
Room 2300 (2nd floor)
Cost:
Complimentary, RSVP required.
Includes:
Light snacks and beverages to be served.
Registration:
Please register here.
Inquiries:
beedie-events@sfu.ca.

Dr. Felix Tang is both an SFU BBA and MBA Alumni. Currently, he is an Associate Professor in the Department of Marketing at Hang Seng Management College. He is also the Director of Research Institute for Business and an Associate Director of the BBA Programme. He received numerous teaching awards, including the top teaching award at HSMC in 2015-16 for his outstanding performance in teaching.

His research interests include customer satisfaction, consumer ethics, business ethics, and service learning with a focus on Chinese cultural influence and issues important to Asian countries. He has recently contributed several articles in both marketing and management fields, such as Asian Journal of Business Ethics and Asia Pacific Journal of Marketing and Logistics. Dr. Tang has served as a consultant for listed companies and SMEs.