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This collection of 58 articles originally published between 1955 and 1995 presents the most important theoretical writings to date in business ethics. Sections cover the nature of business ethics; ethics and economic theory; relativism and convention; obligations of multinationals; the nature and function of the corporation; stakeholder management; ethics and corporate financial performance; ethics within the organization; managerial decision making, moral psychology and business ethics; insider trading; environmental issues; negotiation; discrimination; rights vs. loyalty; compensation and control; accounting; the distinctiveness of business ethics; and teaching strategies. No index. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781855215856
  • Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Limited
  • Publication date: 3/1/1997
  • Series: International Library of Management
  • Pages: 1146
  • Product dimensions: 9.61 (w) x 6.65 (h) x 3.54 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements ix
Series Preface xiii
Introduction xv
Part I Ethics in Economic and Social Systems
The Nature of Business Ethics
1 'The Status of Business Ethics: Past and Future', Journal of Business Ethics, 6, pp. 201-11. (1987) 5
2 'Toward a Unified Conception of Business Ethics: Integrative Social Contracts Theory', Academy of Management Review, 19, pp. 252-84. (1994) 17
3 'Moral Responsibility in the Age of Bureaucracy', Michigan Law Review, 90, pp. 2348-92. (1992) 51
4 'If Homo Economicus Could Choose His Own Utility Function, Would He Want One with a Conscience?', American Economic Review, 77, pp. 593-604. (1987) 97
5 'Why the Law Can't Do It', in Tom L.Beauchamp and Norman E. Bowie (eds), Ethical Theory and Business, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, Inc., pp. 162-6. (1993) 109
Ethics and Economic Theory
6 'The Moral Standing of the Market', Social Philosophy and Policy, 2, pp. 1-19. (1985) 117
7 'Social Responsibility and Economic Efficiency', Public Policy, XXI, pp. 303-17. (1973) 137
8 'Does Studying Economics Inhibit Cooperation?', Journal of Economic Perspectives, 7, pp. 159-71. (1993) 153
9 'The Dynamics of Business Ethics and Economic Activity', American Economic Review, 84, pp. 531-47. (1994) 167
Part II Ethics in International Business
Relativism and Convention
10 'The Ethical Implications of Cultural Relativity', Journal of Philosophy, LX, pp. 169-84. (1963) 189
11 'The Moral Authority of Transnational Corporate Codes', Journal of Business Ethics, 10, pp. 165-77. (1991) 205
Obligations of Multinationals
12 'Moral Minimums for Multinationals', Ethics and International Affairs, 3, pp. 163-82. (1989) 221
13 'The Moral Obligations of Multinational Corporations', in Tom L. Beauchamp and Norman E. Bowie (eds), Ethical Theory and Business, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, Inc., pp. 519-31. (1993) 241
14 'International Business, Morality, and the Common Good', Business Ethics Quarterly, 2, pp. 27-40. (1992) 255
15 'Ethical Dilemmas for Multinational Enterprise: A Philosophical Overview', in W. Michael Hoffman, Ann E. Lange and David A. Fedo (eds), Ethics and the Multinational Enterprise, Lanham MD: University Press of America, Inc., pp. 39-46. (1986) 269
Part III Ethics and Organizations
The Nature and Function of the Corporation
16 'The Social Responsibility of Business Is to Increase Its Profits', in Thomas Donaldson and Patricia H. Werhane (eds), Ethical Issues in Business: A Philosophical Approach, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, Inc., pp. 217-23. (1988) 281
17 'Constructing a Social Contract for Business', in Thomas Donaldson (ed.), Corporations and Morality, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, Inc., pp. 36-58. (1982) 289
18 'The Corporation as a Moral Person', American Philosophical Quarterly, 16, pp. 207-15. (1979) 313
19 'Toward CSR[subscript 3]: Why Ethical Analysis is Indispensable and Unavoidable in Corporate Affairs', California Management Review, XXVIII, pp. 126-41. (1986) 323
Stakeholder Management
20 'The Stakeholder Theory of the Corporation: Concepts, Evidence, and Implications', Academy of Management Review, 20, pp. 65-91. (1995) 341
21 'Business Ethics and Stakeholder Analysis', Business Ethics Quarterly, 1, pp. 53-73. (1991) 369
22 'A Stakeholder Theory of the Modern Corporation: Kantian Capitalism', in Tom L. Beauchamp and Norman E. Bowie (eds), Ethical Theory and Business, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, Inc., pp. 75-84. (1993) 391
23 'The Stakeholder Theory of the Firm: A Methodology to Generate Value Matrix Weights', Business Ethics Quarterly, 2, pp. 99-119. (1992) 401
Ethics and Corporate Financial Performance
24 'Corporate Social Performance Revisited', Academy of Management Review, 16, pp. 691-718. (1991) 425
25 'Stakeholder Management and Corporate Performance', Journal of Behavioral Economics, 19, pp. 361-75. (1990) 453
Ethics Within the Organization
26 'Moral Mazes: Bureaucracy and Managerial Work', Harvard Business Review, September-October, pp. 118-30. (1983) 471
27 'The Organizational Bases of Ethical Work Climates', Administrative Science Quarterly, 33, pp. 101-25. (1988) 485
28 'Managing for Organizational Integrity', Harvard Business Review, March-April, pp. 106-17. (1994) 511
29 'Employee and Employer Rights in an Institutional Context', in William H. Shaw and Vincent Barry (eds), Moral Issues in Business, 6th edition, Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Company, pp. 293-6. (1995) 523
Name Index 527
Acknowledgements ix
Series Preface xiii
Part IV Managerial Decision Making, Moral Psychology and Business Ethics
1 'Ethical Decision Making in Organizations: A Person-Situation Interactionist Model', Academy of Management Review, 11, pp. 601-17. (1986) 3
2 'Adapting Kohlberg to Enhance the Assessment of Managers' Moral Reasoning', Business Ethics Quarterly, 1, pp. 293-318. (1991) 21
3 'A Conceptual Model of Corporate Moral Development', Journal of Business Ethics, 10, pp. 273-84. (1991) 47
4 'A Contingency Framework for Understanding Ethical Decision Making in Marketing', Journal of Marketing, 49, pp. 87-96. (1985) 59
5 'Ethical Decision Making by Individuals in Organizations: An Issue-Contingent Model', Academy of Management Review, 16, pp. 366-95. (1991) 69
6 'Toward the Development of a Multidimensional Scale for Improving Evaluations of Business Ethics', Journal of Business Ethics, 9, pp. 639-53. (1990) 99
7 'Is the Ethics of Business Changing?', Harvard Business Review, January-February, pp. 57-71. (1977) 115
Part V Specific Topics in Business Ethics
Insider Trading
8 'What is Really Unethical About Insider Trading?', Journal of Business Ethics, 9, pp. 171-82. (1990) 135
9 'The Ethics of Insider Trading', Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy, 11, pp. 727-83. (1988) 147
Environmental Issues
10 'Hazardous Wastes: Ethical Dilemmas of Ends and Means, Heroes and Villains', in W. Michael Hoffman et al., The Corporation, Ethics and the Environment, Westport CT: Quorum Books, pp. 39-56. (1990) 207
11 'Exporting Hazards', Ethics, 91, pp. 579-606. (1981) 225
12 'Business and Environmental Ethics', Business Ethics Quarterly, 1, pp. 169-84. (1991) 253
13 'Regulating the International Trade in Hazardous Pesticides: Closing the Accountability Gap', in Tom L. Beauchamp and Norman E. Bowie (eds), Ethical Theory and Business, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, pp. 547-56. (1993)
Negotiation
14 'Is Business Bluffing Ethical?', in Thomas Donaldson and Patricia H. Werhane (eds), (1988), Ethics Issues in Business: A Philosophical Approach, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, pp. 69-76. (1968) 281
15 'When Is It Legal to Lie in Negotiations?', Sloan Management Review, 32, pp. 93-101. (1991) 289
16 'Second Thoughts About Bluffing', Business Ethics Quarterly, 3, pp. 317-41. (1993) 299
Discrimination
17 'Management Women and the New Facts of Life', Harvard Business Review, January-February, pp. 65-76. (1989) 327
18 'Sexual Harassment', Social Theory and Practice, 14, pp. 111-30. (1988) 339
19 'Classification by Race in Compensatory Programs', Ethics, 84, pp. 146-50. (1974) 359
Rights vs. Loyalty
20 'Can I Be Blamed for Obeying Orders?', in R.M. Hare (ed.) (1972), Applications of Moral Philosophy, London: Macmillan, pp. 1-8. (1955) 367
21 'Corporate Attorney Whistle-Blowing: Devising a Proper Standard', Business and Professional Ethics Journal, 11, pp. 3-39. (1992) 375
Compensation and Control
22 'Control System and Task Environment Effects on Ethical Judgment: An Exploratory Study of Industrial Salespeople', Organization Science, 4, pp. 617-44. (1993) 415
Accounting
23 'A Multidimensional Analysis of Selected Ethical Issues in Accounting', The Accounting Review, 67, pp. 284-302. (1992) 445
Part VI Business Ethics Pedagogy
The Distinctiveness of Business Ethics
24 'Can Business Ethics be Taught? Empirical Evidence', Business and Professional Ethics Journal, 8, pp. 73-94. (1989) 469
25 'What's the Matter with Business Ethics?', Harvard Business Review, May-June, pp. 38-41, 44, 46, 48. (1993) 491
26 'Wounded But Wiser: Reflections on Teaching Ethics to MBA Students', Journal of Management Education, 16, pp. 405-16. (1992) 499
Teaching Strategies
27 'Integrating Ethics into the Business School Curriculum', Journal of Business Ethics, 7, pp. 847-59. (1988) 513
28 'From Theory to Practice; Faculty Training in Business Ethics', Moral Education Forum, 16, pp. 7-13, 20. (1991) 527
29 'What's the Point of a Business Ethics Course?', Business Ethics Quarterly, 1, pp. 335-54. (1991) 535
Name Index 555
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