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New Issue of Business & Society Review (vol. 112, number 2)

The recent issue of Business & Society Review (volume 112, number 2) contains:

  • Transparency Gained, Morality Lost, by Dubbink, W., in: Business & Society Review (00453609), volume 112, number 2, pages 287-313, 2007.
  • Corporate Governance in the European Context: Evolving and Adapting, by Collier, J., in: Business & Society Review (00453609), volume 112, number 2, pages 271-285, 2007.
  • The Value of Transparency: Evidence from Voluntarily Recognizing the Expense Associated with Employee Stock Options, by Brous, P. A. and Datar, V., in: Business & Society Review (00453609), volume 112, number 2, pages 251-269, 2007.
  • Portfolio Flows to Emerging Capital Markets: Do Corporate Transparency and Public Governance Matter?, by Chipalkatti, N., Le, Q. V. and Rishi, M., in: Business & Society Review (00453609), volume 112, number 2, pages 227-249, 2007.
  • Promotion of Transparency Through Public Inquiry: Oil-for-Food, the Volcker and Cole Inquiries, and Australia’s Wheat Exports to Iraq, by Harris, H., in: Business & Society Review (00453609), volume 112, number 2, pages 215-226, 2007.
  • The Cameroonian Experience under OHADA: Business Organizations in a Developing Economy, by Dickerson, C. M., in: Business & Society Review (00453609), volume 112, number 2, pages 191-213, 2007.
  • Global Corruption: Applying Experience and Research to Meet a Mounting Crisis, by Vogl, F., in: Business & Society Review (00453609), volume 112, number 2, pages 171-190, 2007.
  • Business Ethics in the Corporate Governance Era, by Gold, D. L. and Dienhart, J.W., in: Business & Society Review (00453609), volume 112, number 2, pages 163-170, 2007.

Further information about this issue, including abstracts are available at csr-literature.net