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New Issue of Business Ethics Quarterly (18/2)

The recent issue of Business Ethics Quarterly (volume 18, number 2) contains:

UNDERSTANDING THE SEPARATION THESIS, by Sandberg, J., in: Business Ethics Quarterly, volume 18, number 2, pages 213-232, 2008.

Some Thoughts on Moriarty and Moeller, by Schwartz, M., in: Journal of Business Ethics, volume 78, number 1/2, pages 25-38, 2008.

RECONCILIATION IN BUSINESS ETHICS: SOME ADVICE FROM ARISTOTLE, by Hartman, E.M., in: Business Ethics Quarterly, volume 18, number 2, pages 253-265, 2008.

Making Good: How Young People Cope with Moral Dilemmas at Work, by Padgett, B.L., in: Business Ethics Quarterly, volume 18, number 2, pages 271-281, 2008.

IT’S LOVELY AT THE TOP: HIERARCHICAL LEVELS, IDENTITIES, AND PERCEPTIONS OF ORGANIZATIONAL ETHICS, by Treviño, L.K., Weaver, G.R. and Brown, M. E. , in: Business Ethics Quarterly, volume 18, number 2, pages 233-252, 2008.

Good Capitalism, Bad Capitalism, and the Economics of Growth and Prosperity, by Collins, D., in: Business Ethics Quarterly, volume 18, number 2, pages 267-271, 2008.

FOR-PROFIT CORPORATIONS IN A JUST SOCIETY: A SOCIAL CONTRACT ARGUMENT CONCERNING THE RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF CORPORATIONS, by Bishop, J.D., in: Business Ethics Quarterly, volume 18, number 2, pages 191-212, 2008.

DIALOGUE: TOWARD SUPERIOR STAKEHOLDER THEORY, by Agle, B. R. , Donaldson, T., Freeman, R.E., Jensen, M.C., Mitchell, R. K. and Wood, D. J. , in: Business Ethics Quarterly, volume 18, number 2, pages 153-190, 2008.

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