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Business ethics research fund to provide grants.

The American Institute of CPAs and a group of private practitioners have established a $150,000 research fund to provide grants to individuals and institutions that can demonstrate an interest in and an ability to conduct research on business ethics.

All issues involving business ethics will be considered by fund administrators. The principal criterion for awarding grants will be the research project's potential to make a difference in the business world.

Final decisions on grants will be made by May 30, 1993. Requests for proposals, which should be used to apply for the grants, are available. For further information, call the administrators, including chairperson Robert Sack at (804) 924-4814, Abraham Briloff at (212) 533-6246, Richard Orin at (212) 575-0440, Marilyn Pendergast at (518) 449-3166 and Don Summa at (908) 571-3648.
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Publication:Journal of Accountancy
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Apr 1, 1993
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