About the Author
Karl Homann is Professor and Chair for Philosophy and Economics at the University of Munich, Germany. Peter Koslowski is Professor of Philosophy, especially Philosophy of Management and Organizations and History of Philosophy, at the Free University Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Christoph Luetge is Assistant Professor in the Department of Philosophy, and Chair for Philosophy and Economics at the University of Munich, Germany.
Table of Contents
Contents: Introduction; Part I Globalisation: Concepts and Problems: Globalisation from a business ethics point of view, Karl Homann; Concepts of globalisation: the institutional prerequisites for the integration of world markets, Michael Ehret, Michaela Haase and Martin Kaluza; Diagnoses of our time: theoretical approaches to the globalised age, Manfred Prisching; Globalisation as a gendered process: a differentiated survey on feminist and postcolonial perspectives, Silvia Bauer and Tatjana SchönwÃ¤lder- Kuntze. Part II Globalisation, Business and Corporate Governance: Globalisation of corporate governance: the difficult process of bringing about European Union internal and external corporate governance principles, Klaus J. Hopt; Transparency and integrity: contrary concepts?, Frits Schipper; Tangible ethics: commitments in business organisations, Eberhard Schnebel and Margo A. Bienert. Part III Global Justice: A theory of global justice focussing on absolute poverty, Elke Mack; Just relations between North and South in international financial markets, Bernhard Emunds; Access to essential medicines: global justice beyond equality, Georg Marckmann and Matthis Synofzik. Part IV Globalisation, Philosophy and Culture: Social glue under conditions of globalisation: philosophers on essential normative resources, Christoph Luetge; Sovereignty of interpretation: a dubious model of cultural globalisation, Michael Neuner; Business ethics in globalised financial markets, Peter Koslowski; Name index; Subject index.