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New Issue of Business Ethics Quarterly (18/3)

The recent issue of Business Ethics Quarterly (volume 18, number 3) contains:

THE PRIVATE EQUITY-LEVERAGED BUYOUT FORM OF FINANCE CAPITALISM: ETHICAL AND SOCIAL ISSUES, AND POTENTIAL REFORMS, in: Business Ethics Quarterly, volume 18, number 3, pages 379-404, 2008.

THE ETHICS OF PRICE GOUGING, in: Business Ethics Quarterly, volume 18, number 3, pages 347-378, 2008.

THE ETHICAL IMPLICATIONS OF IGNORING SHAREHOLDER DIRECTIVES TO REMOVE ANTITAKEOVER PROVISIONS, in: Business Ethics Quarterly, volume 18, number 3, pages 321-346, 2008.

THE CONDITIONS OF OUR FREEDOM: FOUCAULT, ORGANIZATION, AND ETHICS, in: Business Ethics Quarterly, volume 18, number 3, pages 299-320, 2008.

MISSING THE TREES FOR THE FOREST: THE INVISIBILITY OF EMPLOYEE STAKEHOLDERS, in: Business Ethics Quarterly, volume 18, number 3, pages 431-432, 2008.

MISSING THE TREES FOR THE FOREST: THE INVISIBILITY OF EMPLOYEE STAKEHOLDERS, in: Business Ethics Quarterly, volume 18, number 3, pages 427-430, 2008.

Letters and Responses, in: Business Ethics Quarterly, volume 18, number 3, pages 427, 2008.

HEDGE FUND ETHICS, in: Business Ethics Quarterly, volume 18, number 3, pages 405-416, 2008.

FROM THE EDITOR, in: Business Ethics Quarterly, volume 18, number 3, pages 297-298, 2008.

Corporate Bodies and Guilty Minds: The Failure of Corporate Criminal Liability, in: Business Ethics Quarterly, volume 18, number 3, pages 417-426, 2008.

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