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).