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Klein Ethics Case Competition

Next competition: February 2018

Business Ethics Case Competition

The Carroll School of Management and the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship host the annual Walter H. Klein Business Ethics Case Competition each spring. Teams are provided with a business case in the weeks leading up to the competition which they will have to analyze, create recommendations, and present to a panel of judges.  The competition honors Walter Klein, a long-time faculty member and Professor of Strategic Management at the Carroll School of Management. Professor Klein was a pioneering force in the development of social issues in management, a field that now includes corporate social responsibility, corporate citizenship, and sustainability.  In the Carroll School, he led efforts to incorporate such issues and ways of thinking in the MBA curriculum.


Students must be in sophomore or junior year at Boston College. Students will compete as a team of two where at least one member of the team must be in the Carroll School of Management.


Students interested in participating in the 2018 competition should check their This Week in the Carroll School newsletter in November 2017.


The winning team will receive a cash prize and have the opportunity to represent Boston College at a national case competition.


winners of 2016 competition


Previous Winners


1st place: Connor Kerpius and Brendan Duffy, class of 2018
2nd place: Sasha Nieves and Conor Lemanowicz, class of 2019


1st place: Claudia Wong and Vince Rubertone, class of 2018
2nd place: Kevin Spellman and Sam Pallas, class of 2018


1st place: Purple Zhao and Austin Wang, class of 2017
2nd place:  Andrew Breckel and Steven An, class of 2017


1st place: Natasha Lopez and Julia Lamberti, class of 2015
2nd place: Robbie Li and Claudio Quintana, class of 2016


1st place: Alex Tingle and Josh Coyne, class of 2014
2nd place: Cristian Lopez and Sean Eckelman, class of 2014


1st place: Justin Feng and Matt Alonsozana, class of 2014
2nd place: Matt Flynn, class of 2013, and Eddie Parisi, class of 2014