CEMS — Global Alliance for Management Education is a strategic alliance of leading business schools and multinational companies. Founded in 1988 in Europe, the network has grown steadily, largely due to the success and popularity of the CEMS Master’s in International Management program. Today, CEMS is the global league of leaders on the pre-experience Master’s market and it cannot be equaled in terms of reputation of its members: 28 world-class academic institutions collaborate together with 56 corporate partners to offer international, postgraduate students a unique blend of high quality education and professional experience. (www.cems.org)
Laszlo Zsolnai founded the CEMS Business Ethics Faculty Group in 1997. Since then he serves as Chairman of this Group. Members include Zsolt Boda (Corvinus University of Budapest), Tomasz Dolegowski (Warsaw School of Economics), Nel Hofstra (Erasmus University Rotterdam), Knut J. Ims (Norwegian School of Economics Bergen), Josep Losano (ESADE Business School Barcelona), Eleanor O’Higgins (University College Dublin and London School of Economics), Kristina Rolin (Helsinki School of Economics), Aloy Soppe (Erasmus University Rotterdam), Antonio Tencati (Bocconi University Milan) and Steen Valentin (Copenhagen Business School).
The CEMS Business Ethics Group teaches joint courses, executes research projects and publishes books and papers.