As others have mentioned, these are two very different subjects, and do not deserve to be conjoined by a "/". The one is legal, and hopefully conducted ethically, and the other illegal and beyond the pale. Just as no one…"
To add to Miguel’s clarification:
- Economic espionage is conducted by governments against foreign targets. (e.g. The Chinese People’s Liberation Army hacks into Google and steals its source code.)
My first suggestion is for you to clarify/decide which of the two topics – Competitive Intelligence and Economic Espionage –you want to work for your paper.
Competitive Intelligence is a business toll and like most other…"
Hello AllI am taking a business ethics class this summer and have to do a term paper on something related to business ethics. I am thinking about doing competitive intelligence/economic espionage. If you know of any books or articles on this subject, I would greatly appreciate it if you would point me in the right direction. Thanks! JenniferSee More
"Hi, Nate. Welcome to the group! I haven't been here very long, either. I sort of stumbled into the CI field. I have a paralegal associates degree and criminal justice bachelor degree. While I was getting my CJ bachelor degree at Central Penn…"
It is about Passion. It is about proving to oneself rather than the society at large.
If law is your passion like you said, and you received some setbacks, do not let go of it. It is our passion that gives us the competitive edge. It…"
Would you be interested in writing an article for Competitive Intelligence journal about your perspective of competitive intelligence as applied to the legal profession? It doesn't have to be a case study about your organization,…"
This is a great question, and even greater considering you are thinking of entering the field. Welcome!
After 13 years in intelligence, I can say that there is no specific degree essential to the profession. The words that come up time…"
"Hi, prof. Raghuvanshi
Law has been my passion since I started college. The irony of your post is that I worked in bail bonds from 2000-2007. I did litigation, but also acted as a liason with the bounty hunters. Overall, I really liked it there;…"
Lets get serious. Here it comes.
Why did you do law.
If it was to make the difference :
1. Fugitive Recovery
2. Cold Cases - solve murder cases and take the criminal to Justice
3. Or Debt Collection - which certain law firms are…"
Welcome.. Interesting question you have raised.
I am an MBA and I work for a CI firm. We recruit MBAs (as there are no grads with specific CI degrees) and non-MBAs. We have found that MBA is not exactly a necessity. But as prof.…"
I started out as a paralegal, but got interested in CI while completing my CJ bachelor degree. I got a certificate in intel analysis and am currently performing market research for a law firm. I love the CI field and want to learn as much as I can.
Would you be interested in writing an article for Competitive Intelligence journal about your perspective of competitive intelligence as applied to the legal profession? It doesn't have to be a case study about your organization, just your views of how CI can help law firms. Let me know, Bonnie