Irresponsible lending? a case study of a U.K. credit industry reform initiative

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Paul Palmer

Industry:
Banking

This article describes an attempt to address the challenges in the credit card industry with the initiation of the RLI, reflected in stakeholder discourse and in the context of a wider concern expressed by the involved stakeholders in terms of the need for greater responsibility in the banking industry's lending practices.

Updated: 01/01/2015
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The British are not coming! UK higher education and the nonprofit sector

This article explores the factors that have prevented parallel growth in education provision. It argues that the university as an institution, both in terms of its nature and its power structures, is one of those factors. It presents the story of the closing of the world's first voluntary sector course at the London School of Economics and concludes with reflection on the likely future of voluntary sector management education provision in the United Kingdom.

Updated: 22/09/2011
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Staying ethical in a downturn

Roger Steare is Visiting Professor of Organisational Ethics at Cass. In this multimedia presentation he introduces the ethicability® framework.

Updated: 02/11/2011
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