Business Ethics / Edition 2by Norman E. Bowie, Ronald Duska, Ronald F. Duska
Pub. Date: 11/03/1989
Publisher: Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference
The Blackwell Guide to Business Ethics, written by international experts in the field, acquaints the reader with theoretical and pedagogical issues, ethical issues in the practice of business and exciting new directions in the field.
Table of ContentsNotes to Contributors.
Introduction: Norman E. Bowie (University of Minnesota).
Part I: Theoretical and Pedagogical Issues:.
1. Stakeholder Theory: The State of the Art: Thomas M. Jones and Andrew C. Wicks (University of Washington), and R. Edward Freeman (University of Virginia).
2. Ethics and Corporate Governance: Justifying the Role of Shareholder: John R. Boatright (Loyola University of Chicago).
3. Untangling the Corruption Knot: Global Bribery Viewed through the Lens of Integrative Social Contract Theory: Thomas W. Dunfee and Thomas J. Donaldson (University of Pennsylvania).
4. The Regulatory Context of Environmental Workplace Health Protections: Recent Developments: Carl Cranor (University of California).
5. Moral Reasoning: Manuel Velasquez (Santa Clara University).
6. Teaching and Learning Ethics by the Case Method: Kenneth E. Goodpaster (University of St. Thomas).
Part II: Ethical Issues in the Practice of Business:.
7. Ethical Issues In Accounting: Mary Beth Armstrong (Polytechnic State University).
8. Marketing Ethics at the Millennium: Review, Reflections, and Recommendations: Patrick E. Murphy (University of Notre Dame).
9. Ethical Issues in Selling and Advertising: Thomas L. Carson (Loyola University of Chicago).
10. Ethical Issues in Financial Services: Ronald F. Duska (American College) and James J. Clarke (Villanova University).
11. Ethical Issues in Human Resources: Daryl Koehn (University of St. Thomas).
12. Environmental Responsibility: Joseph R. Desjardins (College of St. Benedict).
Part III: New Directions:.
13.Ethical Issues in Information Technology: Richard T. De George (University of Kansas).
14. Business Ethics, Organization Ethics, and Systems Ethics for Health Care: Patricia H. Werhane (University of Virginia).
15. The Ethical Dilemmas of the Biotechnology Industry: Lisa H. Newton (Fairfield University).
16. Trust and the Future of Leadership: Joanne B. Ciulla (University of Richmond).
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The problem with this and most business ethics books is that they go over lots of historical examples but they do little in the way of telling us what to do. A better approach will be found in Gert's Morality or, for a more heavy-duty philosophical treatment, Berumen's DO NO EVIL.