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Interdisciplinary yearbook of business ethics, Vol.1

Author: Zsolnai, László Publisher: Peter Lang, 2006.Language: EnglishDescription: 222 p. : Photos ; 26 cm.ISBN: 9783039107506Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references
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Interdiscipline Yearbook of Business Ethics Volume 1, 2006 Contents The Interdisciplinary Yearbook of Business Ethics, 2006 3 14 Acknowledgements Part 1 New Perspectives and Findings James G. March The Myth of Rationality Stefano Zamagni Ethical Anchoring of Corporate Social Responsibility Werner Ulrich Critical Pragmatism: A New Approach to Professional and Business Ethics Gian Vittorio Caprara and Cristina Capanna Moral Disengagement in the Exercise of Civic-ness Laszlo Zsolnai Ethical Decision Making Part 2 Innovative Practices and Policy Reforms David Boyle Authenticity Robert Earhart The Maturation of Sustainable Investment Zsolt Boda and Emese Gulyas The Ethical Consumerism Movement Frank Dixon Gross National Happiness -- Improving Unsustainable Western Economic Systems 17 31 53 87 99 121 129 141 155 Part 3 Opinions: Ecological Sustainability of Business John M. Gowdy Sustainable Business Requires a Social Support System Ananda Das Gupta Sustainability and Business from an Indian Perspective Richard B. Norgaard Corporate Sustainability: Impossible Alone, Participation Essential, Leadership Needed Diana Schumacher The Principles of Sustainability Karl-Henrik Robert Social, Ecological, and Economic Sustainability ­ Risks, Challenges and Strategies 193 177 173 181 187 Part 4 Debate: The Ethics Management Paradox Luk Bouckaert The Ethics Management Paradox Henk van Luijk Facing the Ethics Management Paradox Ronald Berenbeim Finding Space to Discuss Ethics G.J. Rossouw A Response to Bouckaert's Ethics Management Paradox Robert Allinson The Paradox of Business Luk Bouckaert When More Ethics Create Less Ethics ­ Some Further Clarifications on the Ethics Management Paradox Contributors to The Ethics Management Paradox Debate 202 205 208 211 199 215 219

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