Competing Teams

The following schools have registered for IBECC this year:

American University of the Middle East (Undergraduate)
Egaila, Kuwait
“VW’s Paradox: People’s Car vs. People’s Planet”

Arizona State University
Thunderbird School of Global Management (Graduate)
Glendale, AZ
“Is it Dope to Win? The Case of Crossfit”

Bentley University (Undergraduate)
Waltham, MA
“Analysis of the responsibility of a company promoting peace in conflict-affected areas”

Boston College (Undergraduate)
Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts
“Rethinking Facebook’s Duty to Address Fake News”

The Catholic University of America (Undergraduate)
Washington, District of Columbia
Ethical Turbulence Within The Airline Industry

College of the Holy Cross (Undergraduate)
Worcester, Massachusetts
“General Electric: The Environmental Crisis of the Housatonic River”

Doral College (Undergraduate)
Doral, Florida
“The Dallas Mavericks: Building an Ethical Workplace Culture”

Fordham University (Undergraduate)
Gabelli School of Business
Bronx, New York
“Does Saving More Mean Living Better?”

Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Graduate)
Hong Kong, China
“Diversity and Discrimination in Hiring Policies”

Istanbul Commerce University (Undergraduate)
Istanbul, Turkey
“Missing Pieces in the Child Labor Puzzle”

James Madison University (Undergraduate)
Harrisonburg, Virginia
“The Daraprim Discord: What Price is Right?”

La Salle University (Graduate)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
“Is Sharing Really Caring? Airbnb: Realizing the Racism”

La Salle University (Undergraduate)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
“How the NFL can move on from its Concussion Problem”

Loyola Marymount University (Undergraduate)
Los Angeles, California
“Animal Testing and Volkswagen”

Marist College (Undergraduate)
Poughkeepsie, New York
“Ok Google, Are You Doing the Right Thing?”

Middle East Technical University (Undergraduate)
Ankara, Turkey
“Bitcoinmania”

Montgomery College (Undergraduate)
Rockville, Maryland
Uber: Data Hacking and Company Policies

Mount Holyoke College (Undergraduate)
South Hadley, Massachusetts
“Apple, Cobalt and the Democratic Republic of the Congo”

Ripon College (Undergraduate)
Ripon, Wisconsin
“A Crash Course in Equality: Examining Safety Standards for ALL Drivers”

Stetson University (Undergraduate)
DeLand, Florida
“Allergan Sells Restasis to Mohawk Tribe: Creative I.P. Solution or Gaming the System?’

Texas State University (Graduate)
San Marcos, Texas
“Zara and the Ethics of Sustainability in Fast Fashion”

Texas State University (Undergraduate)
San Marcos, Texas
“Tyler Technologies: Injustice Within the Justice System”

University of Florida (Graduate)
Gainesville, Florida
“Robot Wars: The role of AI in the future of warfare”

University of Florida (Undergraduate)
Gainesville, Florida
“United Airlines: Overbooked and Overlooked”

University of Illinois (Graduate)
Chicago, Illinois
“Corporate relocations: corporate courtship, incentives shopping, and responsibility to potential host communities”

University of Illinois (Undergraduate)
Chicago, Illinois
“Handling externalities pertaining to Amazon HQ2”

University of Massachusetts Amherst (Graduate)
Isenberg School of Management
Amherst, MA
“Ride Deserts: How Uber Perpetuates Transportation Inequity in Underserved Communities”

University of Massachusetts Amherst (Undergraduate)
Isenberg School of Management
Amherst, MA
“The Ethics of Trading Cryptocurrencies”

University of Massachusetts Lowell (Undergraduate)
Lowell, Massachusetts
“Market Basket”

University of Melbourne (Undergraduate)
Ormond College
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
“Facilitating Ethical Business Practise in a World of Facilitation Payments”

University of Miami (Undergraduate)
Coral Gables, Florida
“Smartphone: Servant or Master?”

University of Minnesota  – Twin Cities (Undergraduate)
Carlson School of Management
Minneapolis, MN
“Amazon’s Two-Day Shipping: Free to You, but at What Cost?”

University of Navarra (Undergraduate)
School of Economics and Business
Pamplona, Spain
“Corporate Culture Does Matter: Fixing Uber”

University of Northern Colorado (Graduate)
Greeley, Colorado
“The National Football League’s Responsibility for Concussion Prevention”

University of Northern Colorado (Undergraduate)
Greeley, Colorado
“How Safe Is IntelliSafe? The AUTOnomous Journey”

University of Oxford (Graduate)
Oxford, England, United Kingdom
“Don’t wait, pollinate! Combating neonicotinoids in the food industry”

University of South Florida, St. Petersburg (Undergraduate)
St. Pete’s Beach, Florida
“Picture Imperfect: Discrimination at Paramount Pictures”

University of St. Thomas (Graduate)
St. Paul, Minnesota
“Damore vs. Diversity:  the Culture at Google”

University of St. Thomas (Undergraduate)
St. Paul, Minnesota
“Damore vs. Diversity:  the Culture at Google”

University of Wyoming (Undergraduate)
Laramie, Wyoming
“The Bilateral Effort of Greater Sage Grouse Conservation and Western Oil Development”