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New Issue of Business Ethics Quarterly (vol. 17, number 4)

The recent issue of Business Ethics Quarterly (volume17, number 4) contains:

  • SWEATSHOPS, CHOICE, AND EXPLOITATION, by Zwolinski, M. , in: Business Ethics Quarterly, volume 17, number 4, pages 689-727, 2007.
  • COURTING SHAREHOLDERS: THE ETHICAL IMPLICATIONS OF ALTERING CORPORATE OWNERSHIP STRUCTURES, by Williams, C.C. and Ryan, L.V., in: Business Ethics Quarterly, volume 17, number 4, pages 669-688, 2007.
  • WHY MANAGERS FAIL TO DO THE RIGHT THING: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF UNETHICAL AND ILLEGAL CONDUCT, by Smith, N. C., Simpson, S.S. and Chun-Yao, H. , in: Business Ethics Quarterly, volume 17, number 4, pages 633-667, 2007.
  • NEW STRATEGIES FOR A SUSTAINABLE SOCIETY: THE GROWING CONTRIBUTION OF SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP, by Haugh, H., in: Business Ethics Quarterly, volume 17, number 4, pages 743-749, 2007.
  • THE IMPACT OF DIRTY MONEY ON GLOBAL CAPITALISM, by Dunfee, T.W. and Baker, C. , in: Business Ethics Quarterly, volume 17, number 4, pages 729-742, 2007.
  • RELUCTANT GUARDIANS: THE MORAL RESPONSIBILITY OF GATEKEEPERS, by Boatright, J.R., in: Business Ethics Quarterly, volume 17, number 4, pages 613-632, 2007.
  • CAN UTILITARIANISM BE DISTRIBUTIVE? MAXIMIZATION AND DISTRIBUTION AS CRITERIA IN MANAGERIAL DECISIONS, by Audi, R. , in: Business Ethics Quarterly, volume 17, number 4, pages 593-611, 2007.

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