The Origins of Ethical Consumption

business_ethics_highlights_2Ethical consumerism is all the rage, but it’s hardly new as this piece by historian Andrea Major points out. What can modern efforts at ethical consumerism learn from history? >>>

‘Not made by slaves’: the ambivalent origins of ethical consumption

Ethical consumption is seen as a way of combating the evils found in global supply chains, yet its ambivalent track record highlights a number of practical complications and political challenges….


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