Posted: 17.10.2014
By Dr. Sulekh Chand Jain
Claremont Lincoln University 3rd International Jain Conference: Business Ethics What is common between Achorya (non-Stealing) Anuvrat and Business Ethics? Abstract: One of the five essential vows in Jainism for monks and householders (called mahavrat for monks and anuvrat for householders) is the lifelong vow of achorya or non-stealing. Many people simply think that this vow pertains to non-stealing and...
Posted: 15.10.2014
By Dr. Atul Keshavji Shah
Claremont Lincoln University 3rd International Jain Conference: Business Ethics Jain Business Ethics - A Global Review An Opportunity For Global Leadership Pictured from left to right: Dr. Nitin Shah, Mr. Vallabh Bhansali, Mr. David Lincoln (Claremont Lincoln Benefactor), Laura Burgis (CLU), Eileen Aranda (CLU President), Prem Jain (President, JAINA), Atul Shah, D.R.Mehta One of America’s most famous...
Posted: 02.10.2014
 
Claremont Lincoln University This year’s theme focuses on one of the most salient issues of our time, applied ethics in the realm of business. The Jain community has a keen interest in this area of study owing to the fact that the ancient tradition has championed ethical business practices for over 3000 years. Historically Jains avoided trades and business practices that inflicted violence on other forms of...
Posted: 01.10.2014
 
Claremont Lincoln University 3rd International Jain Conference: Business Ethics Center for Jain Studies at Claremont Lincoln University (CLU) in Claremont, California is organizing a 3 day mega event that will consist of 2 nd CLU Ahimsa Award and showcasing Teachers for Ahimsa program on October 2 nd and the 3 rd International Jain Conference on Business Ethics on October 3 and 4, 2014. Flyer:

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