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New Issue of Journal of Business Ethics (vol. 75, number 2)

The recent issue of Journal of Business Ethics (volume 75, number 2) contains:

  • The Impact of Individual Ethics on Reactions to Potentially Invasive HR Practices, by Alder, G.S., Schminke, M. and Noel, T. , in Journal of Business Ethics, volume 75, number 2, 2007.
  • Financial Success and the Good Life: What have We Learned from Empirical Studies in Psychology?, by Swift, K. , in: Journal of Business Ethics, volume 75, number 2, pages 191-199, 2007.
  • Corporate Decisions about Labelling Genetically Modified Foods, by MacDonald, C. and Whellams, M., in: Journal of Business Ethics, volume 75, number 2, pages 181-189, 2007.
  • Are We Sending Mixed Messages? How Philosophical Naturalism Erodes Ethical Instruction, by Cooper, M., in: Journal of Business Ethics, volume 75, number 2, pages 171-180, 2007.
  • Taming Trojan Horses: Identifying and Mitigating Corporate Social Responsibility Risks, by Heugens, P.P.M.A.R. and Dentchev, N., in: Journal of Business Ethics, volume 75, number 2, pages 151-170, 2007.
  • Accounting and Medicine: An Exploratory Investigation into Physicians‘ Attitudes Toward the Use of Standard Cost-Accounting Methods in Medicine, by Thibadoux, G. , Scheidt, M. and Luckey, E. , in: Journal of Business Ethics, volume 75, number 2, pages 137-149, 2007.
  • The Application of Stakeholder Theory to Relationship Marketing Strategy Development in a Non-profit Organization,  by Knox, S. and Gruar, C. , in: Journal of Business Ethics, volume 75, number 2, pages 115-135, 2007.

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