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I am an university student in major of Accounting and Finance. I would like to understand and learn more about the ethics of different countries around the globe. Moreover, I would like to share the ethics of mine, in order to exchange with everybody in this Global Ethics Network.
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How does change happen? How and why do some social movements take off, from the French Revolution to #MeToo? In a book that was 25 years in the making, Cass Sunstein unpacks this puzzle by exploring the interplay of three decisive factors. Don't miss this insightful talk. It may change how you view the world.
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