Professor of Business Ethics and Accounting
University of Toronto
Executive Director,Clarkson Centre for Business Ethics and Board effectivenessDirector, Master of Management & Professional Accounting Program
My Interest in Business Ethics
Academic - Faculty/Staff
Areas of Interest
Accountability ; Codes of Conduct ; Corporate Citizenship ; Corporate Governance ; Corruption ; Leadership ; Sustainability ; Theory - Stakeholder
Me in Brief
Len Brooks speaks and writes on many ethics issues including corporate and professional codes of conduct, ethical corporate culture, whistle blowing and conflicts of interest. He is the Founding Editor of the Corporate Ethics Monitor, a pioneering bi-monthly publication, and is on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Business Ethics.
His recent book, Business & Professional Ethics for Accountants, is used as the primary text for ethics classes in many North American MBA programs.
Currently, he is leading the development of a specially tailored course on Applied Ethics for Financial Professionals, and is director of North America's first-ever Diploma in Forensic Accounting.