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Honest Work A Business Ethics Reader:  Honest Work A Business Ethics Reader Joanne B. Ciulla Clancy Martin Robert C. Solomon Why We Work The Meaning of Work:  Why We Work The Meaning of Work “From Curse to Calling: A Short History of the Meaning of Work” Joanne B. Ciulla The Ancients Early Christians Medieval Occupational Ethics The Renaissance: Work as Creativity The Reformation: Work as a Moral Quality Work as Identity Why We Work The Meaning of Work:  Why We Work The Meaning of Work “Hopping On and Off Career Track” Michelle Quinn Sequencing Taking Time Off to Raise Children Returning to Work Promises and Betrayals on the Job Ethics in the Workplace:  Promises and Betrayals on the Job Ethics in the Workplace “Respecting the Humanity in a Person” Norman E. Bowie Application of Kant’s Respect for Persons Principle to Business Kant’s Justification of the Respect for Persons Principle What Does Kant Mean by this Principle? Promises and Betrayals on the Job Ethics in the Workplace:  Promises and Betrayals on the Job Ethics in the Workplace “Exploring the Managed Heart” Arlie Hochshild Producing Service: The Emotional Style of Offering the Service Is Part of the Service Itself Emotional Labor Promises and Betrayals on the Job Ethics in the Workplace:  Promises and Betrayals on the Job Ethics in the Workplace “The Employer-Employee Relationship and the Right to Know” Anita M. Superson Employee Awareness of Dangers in Workplace Employee Right to Know Not Accorded Full Protection by Law Nature of Employer-Employee Relationship Principle of Autonomy: Establishing the Right Implications of the Employee Right to Know Promises and Betrayals on the Job Ethics in the Workplace:  Promises and Betrayals on the Job Ethics in the Workplace “The Ethics of Corporate Downsizing” John Orlando The Moral Equality of Workers and Shareholders Property Rights Fiduciary Duties Risk Contracts The Utilitarian Argument Promises and Betrayals on the Job Ethics in the Workplace:  Promises and Betrayals on the Job Ethics in the Workplace “The Ethics of Corporate Downsizing” John Orlando Arguments Against Downsizing Harming Some to Benefit Others Legitimate Expectations Fairness Applying the Results Promises and Betrayals on the Job Ethics in the Workplace:  Promises and Betrayals on the Job Ethics in the Workplace “Antigay Jokes” Annette Friskopp and Sharon Silverstein Strategies for Opposing Antigay Jokes Enlisting Management Support Fighting Humor with Humor The “Ouch” Technique “I Don’t Get It” Coming Out “The Check Is in the Mail” Honesty and Trust in Business:  “The Check Is in the Mail” Honesty and Trust in Business “Is Business Bluffing Ethical?” Albert Z. Carr Pressure to Deceive The Poker Analogy “We Don’t Make the Laws” Cast Illusions Aside “The Check Is in the Mail” Honesty and Trust in Business:  “The Check Is in the Mail” Honesty and Trust in Business “Replies to Carr” Timothy B. Blodgett “No Medals for Honesty” A Matter of “Mutual Trust” Playing Games? “The Check Is in the Mail” Honesty and Trust in Business:  “The Check Is in the Mail” Honesty and Trust in Business “Does It Pay to Bluff in Business?” Norman E. Bowie Carr’s Poker Analogy and… Labor Relations Undermining Trust Undermining the Spirit of Cooperation “The Check Is in the Mail” Honesty and Trust in Business:  “The Check Is in the Mail” Honesty and Trust in Business “Is It Ever Right to Lie?” Robert C. Solomon Distinguishing Kinds of Lying Telling Less Than the Whole Truth Telling a Biased Truth Idealizing One’s Products or Services Giving Intentionally Misleading Statements Stating Obvious Falsehoods Stating Vicious Falsehoods Comments on Carr’s Poker Analogy “The Check Is in the Mail” Honesty and Trust in Business:  “The Check Is in the Mail” Honesty and Trust in Business “Defining Secrecy – Some Crucial Distinctions” Sissela Bok Differences Between Lying and Secrecy Depth of Secrecy (Sacredness, Intimacy, Privacy, etc.) Distinction Between Secrecy and Privacy Where Secrecy and Privacy Overlap Conflicts over Secrecy Two Presumptions Equality Partial Individual Control “The Check Is in the Mail” Honesty and Trust in Business:  “The Check Is in the Mail” Honesty and Trust in Business “Secrecy and Disclosure” Richard T. De George Banks’ Obligation to Maintain Confidentiality Ethically Dubious Uses of Secret Accounts Banks’ Obligation to Disclose Certain Information “The Check Is in the Mail” Honesty and Trust in Business:  “The Check Is in the Mail” Honesty and Trust in Business “Giving Feedback: The Consultant’s Craft” Sue De Wine Feedback Information on a Person’s Behavior Information on What Impact That Behavior Can Have on Others Types of Feedback Evaluative Interpretive Descriptive “The Check Is in the Mail” Honesty and Trust in Business:  “The Check Is in the Mail” Honesty and Trust in Business “Giving Feedback: The Consultant’s Craft” Sue De Wine Effective Feedback Useful Content Timeliness Clarity and Accuracy Tips on Providing Feedback “The Check Is in the Mail” Honesty and Trust in Business:  “The Check Is in the Mail” Honesty and Trust in Business “Do Management Gurus Lie?” Evan M. Dudick Consulting Firms and Management Strategic Management Consulting Who Watches the Watch-Dogs? “The Check Is in the Mail” Honesty and Trust in Business:  “The Check Is in the Mail” Honesty and Trust in Business “Self-Deception” The Economist How Did Enron Depend upon Deceit? Why Lies Require More Lies “The Check Is in the Mail” Honesty and Trust in Business:  “The Check Is in the Mail” Honesty and Trust in Business “Lies That Fail” Paul Ekman and Mark G. Frank Lies Betrayed by Thinking Clues Lying About Feelings Feelings About Lying Fear of Being Caught Deception Guilt “The Check Is in the Mail” Honesty and Trust in Business:  “The Check Is in the Mail” Honesty and Trust in Business “Building Trust” Robert C. Solomon and Fernando Flores The Misunderstanding of Trust Trust as an Emotional Skill Simple Trust Blind Trust Authentic Trust The Good Life:  The Good Life “Strategic Planning – For the Good Life” Robert C. Solomon Planning a Life – Luck or Fate? Value Questions Question Yourself The Good Life:  The Good Life “On The Good Life” Aristotle What Is the Highest of All Goods Achievable by Action? Life of Pleasure or Wealth Political Life Contemplative Life The Function of Man The Good Life:  The Good Life “On Pleasure” Epicurus Pleasure vs. Pain Pleasure Is Freedom from Pain in the Body and from Trouble in the Mind We Act to Avoid Pain and Fear Pain Is the Absence of Pleasure The Good Life:  The Good Life “Wealth” Andrew Carnegie Proper Administration of Wealth The Use of Great Fortunes The Problem of the “Rich and the Poor” The Good Life:  The Good Life “Greed” Solomon Schimmel The Paradox of Greed Greed as a Source of Unhappiness The Good Life:  The Good Life “Leisure and Consumption” Joanne B. Ciulla Work and Amusements Trading Leisure for Consumption The Good Life:  The Good Life “Integrity” Lynne McFall Coherence Integrity and Importance Integrity, Friendship, and the Olaf Principle The Good Life:  The Good Life “Standing for Something” Cheshire Calhoun Personal and Social Virtues Standing For Standing for Something Integrity as the “Master Virtue” The Good Life:  The Good Life “Your Money or Your Life” Joe Dominguez and Vicki Robin Having Enough The Pleasures of Frugality Frugality and Self-Respect The Good Life:  The Good Life “Impersonal Interests” Bertrand Russell The Uses of Impersonal Interests Relaxation Sense of Proportion Happiness and “Greatness of Soul” The Good Life:  The Good Life “Why Ethics?” Robert C. Solomon Ethical Errors End Careers More Quickly and Definitively Than Any Other Mistake in Judgment or Accounting Ethics Provides the Broader Framework Within Which Business Life Must Be Understood Nothing Is More Dangerous to a Business – or to Business in General – Than a Tarnished Public Image Money, How We Get It, and Where It Goes Accounting, Finance, and Investment Ethics:  Money, How We Get It, and Where It Goes Accounting, Finance, and Investment Ethics “Ethical Issues for Accountants” Richard T. De George Ethical Issues The Accounting Rules Regulation and Efficiency Money, How We Get It, and Where It Goes Accounting, Finance, and Investment Ethics:  Money, How We Get It, and Where It Goes Accounting, Finance, and Investment Ethics “Lies, Damned Lies, and Managed Earnings” Carol J. Loomis Expectations as the Fundamental Reason for “Managing Earnings” The Fundamental Problem with Earnings-Management Obstacles in Pursuing Corporate Criminals Money, How We Get It, and Where It Goes Accounting, Finance, and Investment Ethics:  Money, How We Get It, and Where It Goes Accounting, Finance, and Investment Ethics “Arthur Andersen Refugees Reflect on What Went Wrong” Ed Cohen Unfairly Scapegoated? Difficult Accounting Due to Complex Business Structure Money, How We Get It, and Where It Goes Accounting, Finance, and Investment Ethics:  Money, How We Get It, and Where It Goes Accounting, Finance, and Investment Ethics “The Individual Investor in Securities Markets: An Ethical Analysis” Robert E. Frederick and W. Michael Hoffman Exactly What Kind of Investor Are We Talking About? What Sort of Justification Might Be Offered for Restricting the Investments of At-Risk Investors? If Some Investors Are Restricted, How Should It Be Done? Money, How We Get It, and Where It Goes Accounting, Finance, and Investment Ethics:  Money, How We Get It, and Where It Goes Accounting, Finance, and Investment Ethics “Finance Ethics” John R. Boatright Financial Markets Unfair Trading Practices Fair Conditions Financial Contracting Financial Services Fiduciaries and Agents Sales Practices Financial Services Firms Financial Management Balancing Competing Interests The Level of Risk Hostile Takeovers Money, How We Get It, and Where It Goes Accounting, Finance, and Investment Ethics:  Money, How We Get It, and Where It Goes Accounting, Finance, and Investment Ethics “What Is Really Unethical About Insider Trading?” Jennifer Moore Ethical Arguments Against Insider Trading Fairness Property Rights in Information Harm Is There Anything Wrong with Insider Trading? Information is Positive Profit by Creating Inside Information Free Riders Deflect Employee Attention to Major Changes Within Company Money, How We Get It, and Where It Goes Accounting, Finance, and Investment Ethics:  Money, How We Get It, and Where It Goes Accounting, Finance, and Investment Ethics “F.I.A.S.C.O.” Frank Partnoy Derivatives Asian Fallout Who Gets What and Why? Fairness and Justice:  Who Gets What and Why? Fairness and Justice “Ring of Gyges” Plato Constraints on Justice Who Gets What and Why? Fairness and Justice:  Who Gets What and Why? Fairness and Justice “On Human Exchange and Human Differences” Adam Smith Self-Love Differences in Talents The Effects of the Differences in Genius and Talent Who Gets What and Why? Fairness and Justice:  Who Gets What and Why? Fairness and Justice “A Latin Viewpoint” Latin Trade Wal-Mart in Latin America Economic Justice or Low Prices? Who Gets What and Why? Fairness and Justice:  Who Gets What and Why? Fairness and Justice “Exploitation of Need” Joanne B. Ciulla Self-Enslavement Monkey Labor Wages for Time and Freedom Who Gets What and Why? Fairness and Justice:  Who Gets What and Why? Fairness and Justice “Justice as Fairness” John Rawls The “Initial Situation” The Two Principles of Justice Guaranteeing Justice The General Conception of Justice Who Gets What and Why? Fairness and Justice:  Who Gets What and Why? Fairness and Justice “Rich and Poor” Peter Singer Some Facts About Poverty Absolute Poverty Relative Poverty The Obligation to Assist Who Gets What and Why? Fairness and Justice:  Who Gets What and Why? Fairness and Justice “A Capitalist Conception of Justice” Irving Kristol Social Justice vs. Unqualified Justice Smith’s Concepts of Justice and Sympathy A Realistic Conception of Justice Who Gets What and Why? Fairness and Justice:  Who Gets What and Why? Fairness and Justice “Justice Ruins the Market” Friedrich von Hayek The Immoral Consequences of Morally Inspired Efforts In the Great Society “Social Justice” Becomes a Disruptive Force Who Gets What and Why? Fairness and Justice:  Who Gets What and Why? Fairness and Justice “The Winner-Take-All-Game” Eduard Garcia The “Winner-Take-All” Game “Hollywood-Style” Economics Who Gets What and Why? Fairness and Justice:  Who Gets What and Why? Fairness and Justice “Comparable Worth: A Matter of Simple Justice” Gerald W. McEntee Comparable Worth Pro and Con Arguments: Women’s More Recent Entry into Workforce, etc. Upset Free Market and Require New Laws Dissimilar Jobs Costs Too Much Is “the Social Responsibility of Business…to Increase Its Profits”? Social Responsibility and Stakeholder Theory:  Is “the Social Responsibility of Business…to Increase Its Profits”? Social Responsibility and Stakeholder Theory “The Social Responsibility of Business Is to Increase Its Profits” Milton Friedman “Business” Social Responsibilities Corporate Executive Has a “Social Responsibility” in Capacity as a Businessman Shareholder’s Stakes Market Mechanism and Unanimity Political Mechanism and Conformity Is “the Social Responsibility of Business…to Increase Its Profits”? Social Responsibility and Stakeholder Theory:  Is “the Social Responsibility of Business…to Increase Its Profits”? Social Responsibility and Stakeholder Theory “Why Shouldn’t Corporations Be Socially Responsible?” Christopher D. Stone The Promissory Argument The Agency Argument The Role Argument The “Polestar” Argument Is “the Social Responsibility of Business…to Increase Its Profits”? Social Responsibility and Stakeholder Theory:  Is “the Social Responsibility of Business…to Increase Its Profits”? Social Responsibility and Stakeholder Theory “Corporate Moral Agency” Peter A. French Accepting Corporations as Members of Moral Community Ordinary Responsibility and Ascription The Subject’s Intentions with Ascription Corporate Intentions are Reducible to Human Intentions Corporate Internal Decision Structure Is “the Social Responsibility of Business…to Increase Its Profits”? Social Responsibility and Stakeholder Theory:  Is “the Social Responsibility of Business…to Increase Its Profits”? Social Responsibility and Stakeholder Theory “A Stakeholder Theory of the Modern Corporation” R. Edward Freeman The Attack on Managerial Capitalism The Legal Argument The Economic Argument A Stakeholder Theory of the Firm The Stakeholder Concept Stakeholders in the Modern Corporation The Role of Management Is “the Social Responsibility of Business…to Increase Its Profits”? Social Responsibility and Stakeholder Theory:  Is “the Social Responsibility of Business…to Increase Its Profits”? Social Responsibility and Stakeholder Theory “Social Responsibility and Economic Efficiency” Kenneth J. Arrow Improving the Efficiency of Business The “Used-Car” Argument Is “the Social Responsibility of Business…to Increase Its Profits”? Social Responsibility and Stakeholder Theory:  Is “the Social Responsibility of Business…to Increase Its Profits”? Social Responsibility and Stakeholder Theory “The Changing Basis of Economic Responsibility” J. Maurice Clark Forecast of the Argument The Swing of the Pendulum Responsibility and the Liberal Economics When Innovation Bytes Back Ethics and Technology:  When Innovation Bytes Back Ethics and Technology “Intellectual Property Rights and Computer Software” Deborah C. Johnson The Philosophical Basis of Property Natural Rights Argument Critique of Moral Rights In Software Against Ownership Consequentialist Arguments Conclusions from the Philosophical Analysis of Property Is it Wrong to Copy Proprietary Software? When Innovation Bytes Back Ethics and Technology:  When Innovation Bytes Back Ethics and Technology “Information Ethics in a Worldwide Context” Elizabeth A. Buchanan Information Inequity Qualitatively-Grounded Inequities Information Commoditization The Internet: Perpetuating Inequity World Wide When Innovation Bytes Back Ethics and Technology:  When Innovation Bytes Back Ethics and Technology “Hacker Ethics” Deborah C. Johnson Why Hack? Four Hacker Arguments Information Should Be Free Illustrating Security Problems No Harm Done Keeping Big Brother at Bay When Innovation Bytes Back Ethics and Technology:  When Innovation Bytes Back Ethics and Technology “Why the Future Doesn’t Need Us” Bill Joy Dystopias Technological Innovations Regulation and Creativity When Innovation Bytes Back Ethics and Technology:  When Innovation Bytes Back Ethics and Technology “In Defense of the Naked Mind” Theodore Roszak “The Computer and General Ludd” “Meanwhile, Back at the Carnival” The End of the War Machine? The Advent of the Money Machine Edutainment The Ideal of the Online Commonwealth A Few More Words… The Art of Seduction The Ethics of Advertising, Marketing, and Sales:  The Art of Seduction The Ethics of Advertising, Marketing, and Sales “The Dependence Effect” John Kenneth Galbraith The Theory of Consumer Demand Consumer Demand and Marketing and Salesmanship The Output of Society The Art of Seduction The Ethics of Advertising, Marketing, and Sales:  The Art of Seduction The Ethics of Advertising, Marketing, and Sales “The Non Sequitur of the ‘Dependence Effect’” Friedrich von Hayek Cultural Needs The “Non Sequitur” of the Dependence Effect The Art of Seduction The Ethics of Advertising, Marketing, and Sales:  The Art of Seduction The Ethics of Advertising, Marketing, and Sales “Advertising and Behavior Control” Robert L. Arrington Manipulation of Human Autonomy or Cost-Effective Information? Autonomous Desire Rational Desire and Choice Free Choice The Art of Seduction The Ethics of Advertising, Marketing, and Sales:  The Art of Seduction The Ethics of Advertising, Marketing, and Sales “The Justification of Advertising in a Market Economy” Alan Goldman Maximum Efficiency Maximization of Individual Freedoms Consumer Relevant Knowledge Moral Demands Regulations Social Effect of Advertising Rational Choices? The Art of Seduction The Ethics of Advertising, Marketing, and Sales:  The Art of Seduction The Ethics of Advertising, Marketing, and Sales “The Bribed Soul” Leslie Savan The Sponsored Life When Watching, Watch Out Big Lie, Little Lie Read the Box Assume No Relationships We Don’t Buy Products Promotional Is Political Shepherding Herds of Individuals Follow the Flattery We Participate in Our Own Seduction The Art of Seduction The Ethics of Advertising, Marketing, and Sales:  The Art of Seduction The Ethics of Advertising, Marketing, and Sales “The Ethics of Sales” Thomas L. Carson Preliminaries: A Conceptual Roadmap The Common Law Principle of Caveat Emptor Holley’s Theory Criticisms of Holley Toward a More Plausible Theory About the Ethics of Sales The Golden Rule Things Fall Apart Product Liability and Consumers:  Things Fall Apart Product Liability and Consumers “Liability” Peter Huber Tort Liability From Consent to Coercion Strict Liability Things Fall Apart Product Liability and Consumers:  Things Fall Apart Product Liability and Consumers “Calculating Risks: It’s Easier Said Than Done” John Nesmith Universal Perception Factors Control vs. No Control Immediate vs. Chronic Natural vs. Manmade Risk vs. Benefit Imposed vs. Voluntary Things Fall Apart Product Liability and Consumers:  Things Fall Apart Product Liability and Consumers “How We Got into This Mess” Stanley J. Modic Product Liability Who Pays? It’s Not Working Why It’s Happening Impetus from Detroit Two Crises Cultivating the Market A Gloomy Prospect Solutions Coming Tort-Law Change Things Fall Apart Product Liability and Consumers:  Things Fall Apart Product Liability and Consumers “Strict Products Liability and Compensatory Justice” George G. Brenkert Strict Product Liability Absolute Liability Assumptions of the Free Enterprise System Things Fall Apart Product Liability and Consumers:  Things Fall Apart Product Liability and Consumers “Fear of Living” Henry Fairlie The “Fear of Living” The Groups Who Encourage the “Fear” Things Fall Apart Product Liability and Consumers:  Things Fall Apart Product Liability and Consumers “Too Many Lawyers, Too Many Suits” Warren E. Burger Too Many Lawyers “The Litigation Explosion” Walter K. Olson Commercial Litigation Overworked System Necessary Evil? Contingency Fees Monopoly of the Field Things Fall Apart Product Liability and Consumers:  Things Fall Apart Product Liability and Consumers “Pinto Madness” Mark Dowie Ford’s Moral Mistake Cost-Benefit Analysis Things Fall Apart Product Liability and Consumers:  Things Fall Apart Product Liability and Consumers “The Pinto Case and the Rashamon Effect” Patricia Werhane The “Rashamon Effect” The Development of the Pinto “You Know How to Whistle, Don’t You?” Whistleblowing, Company Loyalty, and Employee Responsibility:  “You Know How to Whistle, Don’t You?” Whistleblowing, Company Loyalty, and Employee Responsibility “Whistleblowing and Professional Responsibility” Sissela Bok Nature of Whistleblowing Individual Moral Choice “You Know How to Whistle, Don’t You?” Whistleblowing, Company Loyalty, and Employee Responsibility:  “You Know How to Whistle, Don’t You?” Whistleblowing, Company Loyalty, and Employee Responsibility “Some Paradoxes of Whistleblowing” Michael Davis The Standard Theory Three Paradoxes A Complicity Theory Testing the Theory “You Know How to Whistle, Don’t You?” Whistleblowing, Company Loyalty, and Employee Responsibility:  “You Know How to Whistle, Don’t You?” Whistleblowing, Company Loyalty, and Employee Responsibility “Whistleblowing and Employee Loyalty” Ronald Duska Whistleblowing Moral Constraints for Whistleblowers The “Team Model” “You Know How to Whistle, Don’t You?” Whistleblowing, Company Loyalty, and Employee Responsibility:  “You Know How to Whistle, Don’t You?” Whistleblowing, Company Loyalty, and Employee Responsibility “Four Concepts of Loyalty” David E. Soles The Idealist Account The Common Sense Conception Loyalties as Norms The Minimalist Account “You Know How to Whistle, Don’t You?” Whistleblowing, Company Loyalty, and Employee Responsibility:  “You Know How to Whistle, Don’t You?” Whistleblowing, Company Loyalty, and Employee Responsibility “Loyalty, Corporations and Community” George D. Randels Loyalty, Duty, and Virtue What Is Loyalty? Loyalty and the Standard Account of Business Corporate Loyalty in the Postmodern Business World Think Local, Act Global International Business:  Think Local, Act Global International Business “Jihad vs. McWorld” Benjamin Barber The Clash of the Two Worlds The Dynamics of their Linkage Both Make War on the Sovereign Nation-State Indifference to Civil Liberty Virtues of Democracy are Lost Think Local, Act Global International Business:  Think Local, Act Global International Business “The Lexus and the Olive Tree” Thomas L. Friedman Globalization Lexus Factory vs. Olive Tree Think Local, Act Global International Business:  Think Local, Act Global International Business “Trying Out One’s New Sword” Mary Midgley Moral Isolationism Do Barriers Work Both Ways? Do Barriers Block Praise and Blame? What Is Involved in Judging? Think Local, Act Global International Business:  Think Local, Act Global International Business “The Ethic of Compassion” Dalai Lama Nying Je Chenmo Compassion In Our Daily Lives Think Local, Act Global International Business:  Think Local, Act Global International Business “Values in Tension: Ethics Away from Home” Thomas Donaldson Competing Answers Balancing the Extremes: Three Guiding Principles Defining the Ethical Threshold: Core Values Creating an Ethical Corporate Culture Conflicts of Development and Conflicts of Tradition Think Local, Act Global International Business:  Think Local, Act Global International Business “Values in Tension: Ethics Away from Home” Thomas Donaldson Guidelines for Ethical Leadership Treat Corporate Values and Formal Standards of Conduct as Absolutes Design and Implement Conditions of Engagement for Suppliers and Customers Allow Foreign Business Units to Help Formulate Ethical Standards and Interpret Ethical Issues In Host Countries, Support Efforts to Decrease Institutional Corruption Exercise Moral Imagination Think Local, Act Global International Business:  Think Local, Act Global International Business “Doing Business in Dangerous Places” The Economist Today’s Risks How to Be Safer Simmering Think Local, Act Global International Business:  Think Local, Act Global International Business United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights The Common Standard for All Peoples and All Nations All Humans Are Born Free No Discrimination Life, Liberty, and Security of Person No One Shall Be Held in Slavery or Servitude No One Shall Be Subjected to Cruel, Inhumane Punishment Everyone Is a Person Before the Law All Are Equal Before the Law and Entitled Without Discrimination to Equal Protection of the Law Right to Effective Remedy by the Competent National Tribunal for Acts Violating the Fundamental Rights Granted by Law No One Shall Be Subjected to Arbitrary Arrest, Detention, or Exile Entitlement to a Fair and Public Hearing Think Local, Act Global International Business:  Think Local, Act Global International Business United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights Innocent Until Proven Guilty No One Shall Be Subjected to Arbitrary Interference of Privacy Freedom of Movement Within Borders of State; Everyone Has Right to Leave and Return to Own Country The Right to Seek Asylum in Other Countries; May Not Be Invoked for Non-political Crimes Right to Nationality; Right to Change Nationality Right to Marry and Found a Family; Free and Full Consent; Family is the Natural and Fundamental Group Unit of Society Right to Own Property Freedom of Thought, Conscience, and Religion Freedom of Opinion and Expression Freedom of Peaceful Assembly and Association Right to Take Part in Own Government Think Local, Act Global International Business:  Think Local, Act Global International Business United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights Right to Social Security Right to Work; Equal Pay; Just and Favorable Remuneration; Right to Form Unions Right to Rest and Leisure Right to Standard of Living Adequate for the Health and Well-Being of Self and Family; Motherhood and Childhood Right to Special Care Right to Education; Promoting Understanding; Parents’ Choice Right to Freely Participate in Community Right to the Social and International Order to Participate in These Rights Duties to the Community; Limitations Only in Respect for the Rights of Others No Destruction of Any Rights Working with Mother Nature Environmental Ethics and Business Ecology:  Working with Mother Nature Environmental Ethics and Business Ecology “At the Shrine of Our Lady Fatima or Why Political Questions Are Not All Economic” Mark Sagoff Political and Economic Decisionmaking Substituting Efficiency for Safety Liberty: Ancient and Modern Values Are Not Subjective Preference or Principle? The Citizen as Joseph K. Working with Mother Nature Environmental Ethics and Business Ecology:  Working with Mother Nature Environmental Ethics and Business Ecology “People or Penguins” William F. Baxter Spheres of Freedom Criterion Waste is a Bad Thing Every Human Regarded as an End Rather Than a Mean The Incentive and Opportunity to Improve His Share of Satisfactions Should Be Preserved to Every Individual Optimal State of Pollution Difference Between Dollars and Resources Working with Mother Nature Environmental Ethics and Business Ecology:  Working with Mother Nature Environmental Ethics and Business Ecology “Morality, Money, and Motor Cars” Norman Bowie Business Has No Obligation to Protect the Environment Business Has the Obligation to Avoid Intervening in the Political Arena in Order to Weaken or Defeat Environmental Legislation Business Has Obligation to Obey the Law The Noninterventionist Policy Working with Mother Nature Environmental Ethics and Business Ecology:  Working with Mother Nature Environmental Ethics and Business Ecology “The Place of Nonhumans in Environmental Issues” Peter Singer Humans and Nonhumans Speciesism Nonhumans Have Interests Equal Consideration of Interests Examples The Meat Industry Working with Mother Nature Environmental Ethics and Business Ecology:  Working with Mother Nature Environmental Ethics and Business Ecology “Rain-forest Chic” Jon Entine Environmental Popularity Self-Interest vs. “Ethical” Concerns The Gift that Keeps on Asking Reciprocity and Conflicts of Interest:  The Gift that Keeps on Asking Reciprocity and Conflicts of Interest “Nepotism in American Business” Adam Bellow Nepotism Old and New Good and Bad The Gift that Keeps on Asking Reciprocity and Conflicts of Interest:  The Gift that Keeps on Asking Reciprocity and Conflicts of Interest “A Quick Look at the History of Bribes” John T. Noonan, Jr. Bribes History of Bribes Universality of Bribes Concept Counter to Normal Expectations Religious Origins Religious Ambivalence The Double Message Bribe/Gift Distinction Open Bribes Bribes in Business Ideologically Neutral Enforcement of Law Against Bribes Sanctions Against Bribes Attention to Contemporary Corruption Material Injury The Gift that Keeps on Asking Reciprocity and Conflicts of Interest:  The Gift that Keeps on Asking Reciprocity and Conflicts of Interest “Ethics and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act” Mark Pastin and Michael Hooker History of the FCPA Ethical Analysis of the FCPA When the Buck Stops Here Leadership:  When the Buck Stops Here Leadership “What Is Good Leadership?” Joanne B. Ciulla Our Fascination with Pizzazz It’s Great to Be King! The Challenge of Consistency Machiavellianism and Robinhoodism The Intersection of Ethics and Effectiveness Unethical or Stupid? Blinding Morality When the Buck Stops Here Leadership:  When the Buck Stops Here Leadership “Is It Better to Be Loved than Feared?” Niccolo Machiavelli Moral Qualities in a Leader When the Buck Stops Here Leadership:  When the Buck Stops Here Leadership “The Bathsheba Syndrome: The Ethical Failure of Successful Leaders” Dean C. Ludwig and Clinton O. Longnecker The Story of David and Bathsheba Success as an Antecedent to Ethical Failure The Dark Side of Success Advice to Successful Leaders When the Buck Stops Here Leadership:  When the Buck Stops Here Leadership “A Kantian Theory of Leadership” Norman E. Bowie Kantian Leadership and the Development of Autonomy Kingdom of Ends Formulation of the Categorical Imperative Subjection to Moral Law Leader as a Decision-Proposer The Norms for Decisions Guiding Principles for Leaders When the Buck Stops Here Leadership:  When the Buck Stops Here Leadership “What Is Transforming Leadership?” James MacGregor Burns FDR and the Pursuit of Change Transactional Leadership Transforming Leadership Empowerment Emotions in Leader-Follower Relationships Charisma When the Buck Stops Here Leadership:  When the Buck Stops Here Leadership “Servant Leadership: A Journey into the Nature of Legitimate Power and Greatness” Robert Greenleaf Who Is the Servant-Leader? Everything Begins with the Initiative of an Individual What Are You Trying to Do? Who’s Minding the Store? The Ethics of Corporate Governance:  Who’s Minding the Store? The Ethics of Corporate Governance “Who Rules the Corporation?” Ralph Nader, Mark Green, and Joel Seligman Revamping the Board Election of the Board A New Role for Shareholders Who’s Minding the Store? The Ethics of Corporate Governance:  Who’s Minding the Store? The Ethics of Corporate Governance “Power and Accountability: The Changing Role of the Corporate Board of Directors” Irving S. Shapiro Boards Changing for the Better Five Basic Jobs Boards Need Windows Who’s Minding the Store? The Ethics of Corporate Governance:  Who’s Minding the Store? The Ethics of Corporate Governance “Who Should Control The Corporation?” Henry Mintzberg “Nationalize It” “Democratize It” “Regulate It” “Pressure It” “Trust It” “Ignore It” “Induce It” If the Shoe Fits… Who’s Minding the Store? The Ethics of Corporate Governance:  Who’s Minding the Store? The Ethics of Corporate Governance “Employee Voice in Corporate Governance: A Defense of Strong Participation Rights” John J. McCall Defenses Dignity, Fairness, Self-Respect, Health, Democracy Property Rights Objections Adjucating the Rights Conflict Autonomy, Fairness, Utility, Democracy Conclusion: The Employee Tight to Co-determine Corporate Policy Has Presumptive Force Is Everything for Sale? The Future of the Free Market:  Is Everything for Sale? The Future of the Free Market “Two Kinds of Commerce” Aristotle The Art of Wealth Getting Retail Trade The Business of the Statesman Is Everything for Sale? The Future of the Free Market:  Is Everything for Sale? The Future of the Free Market “The Benefits of Capitalism” Adam Smith The Improvements in Machinery The “Woolen Coat” The Complexity and Organization of Fabor Is Everything for Sale? The Future of the Free Market:  Is Everything for Sale? The Future of the Free Market “Adam Smith’s Relevance to Contemporary Economic Theory” Patricia Werhane Adam Smith: Hardly a Utopian Five Conditions to a Just Operation of Unregulated Economy Perfect Liberty, Internal Self-Restraint, Coordination, Laws of Justice, and Perfect Competition Is Everything for Sale? The Future of the Free Market:  Is Everything for Sale? The Future of the Free Market “Commodity Fetishism” Karl Marx Commodity, Use Value, and Exchange Value The Mystical, Mysterious Commodity Fetishism of Commodities Is Everything for Sale? The Future of the Free Market:  Is Everything for Sale? The Future of the Free Market “Reflections on the Triumph of Capitalism” Robert Heilbroner Socialism vs. Capitalism Normative Claims Descriptive Stance Is Everything for Sale? The Future of the Free Market:  Is Everything for Sale? The Future of the Free Market “Laissez-faire and Education” John Stuart Mill Authoritative Interference Legitimate Interference Is Everything for Sale? The Future of the Free Market:  Is Everything for Sale? The Future of the Free Market “Buddhist Economics” E. F. Schumacher “Right Livelihood” The Function of Work Liberation from the Attachment of Wealth Character in Economics Is Everything for Sale? The Future of the Free Market:  Is Everything for Sale? The Future of the Free Market “The Economics of Poverty” Amartya Sen Reasons for Poverty Defeating Poverty The ethics of Famine Is Everything for Sale? The Future of the Free Market:  Is Everything for Sale? The Future of the Free Market “Pecuniary Emulation and Conspicuous Consumption” Thorstein Veblen Pecuniary Emulation Property is the Nature of Trophy, the Accepted Badge of Efficiency Is Everything for Sale? The Future of the Free Market:  Is Everything for Sale? The Future of the Free Market “The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism” Daniel Bell Culture as the Most Dynamic Component of Civilization Legitimation of Cultural Impulse The Glorification of Plenty The Liberal Answer to Social Problems Two Crises Is Everything for Sale? The Future of the Free Market:  Is Everything for Sale? The Future of the Free Market “Everything For Sale” Robert Kuttner The Mixed Economy Capitalism as Laissez-Faire Balance of Market, State, and Civil Society

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