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New Issue of Business Ethics: A European Review (volume 17, number 2)

The recent issue of the Business Ethics: A European Review (volum 17, number 2) contains:

  • The effect of culture on consumers‘ willingness to punish irresponsible corporate behaviour: applying Hofstede’s typology to the punishment aspect of corporate social responsibility, by Williams, G.J. and Zinkin, J., in: Business Ethics: A European Review, volume 17, number 2, pages 210-226, 2008.
  • The role of moral intensity and moral philosophy in ethical decision making: a cross-cultural comparison of China and the European Union, by Vitell, S.J. and Patwardhan, A. , in: Business Ethics: A European Review, volume 17, number 2, pages 196-209, 2008.
  • Trade associations and corporate social responsibility: evidence from the UK water and film industries, by Schaefer, A. and Kerrigan, F. , in: Business Ethics: A European Review, volume 17, number 2, pages 171-195, 2008.
  • Practising Applied Ethics with philosophical integrity: the case of Business Ethics, by Rossouw, D.P.M., in: Business Ethics: A European Review, volume 17, number 2, pages 161-170, 2008.
  • A reluctant stakeholder? On the perception of corporate social responsibility among European trade unions, by Preuss, L., in: Business Ethics: A European Review, volume 17, number 2, pages 149-160, 2008.
  • Uncharted territory: investigating individual business ethics in Cyprus, by Krambia-Kapardis, M. and Zopiatis, A. , in: Business Ethics: A European Review, volume 17, number 2, pages 138-148, 2008.
  • Vignettes to identify the ethical domain of an emerging country’s banking sector: the experience of Turkey, by Hortacsu, A. and Ozkan Gunay, E. N. , in: Business Ethics: A European Review, volume 17, number 2, pages 121-137, 2008.
  • An ethical evaluation of product placement: a deceptive practice?, by Hackley, C.E., Tiwsakul, R. A. and Preuss, L., in: Business Ethics: A European Review, volume 17, number 2, pages 109-120, 2008.

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