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New Issue of Business Ethics: A European Review (volume 17, number 4)

The recent issue of the Business Ethics: A European Review (volum 17, number 4) contains:

The changing role of governments in corporate social responsibility: drivers and responses, by Albareda, L., Lozano, J.M., Tencati, A., Midttun, A. and Perrini, F., in: Business Ethics: A European Review, volume 17, number 4, pages 347-363, 2008.

SMEs and the fallacy of formalising CSR, by Fassin, Y., in: Business Ethics: A European Review, volume 17, number 4, pages 364-378, 2008.

Promoting ethical reflection in the teaching of business ethics, by Harris, H., in: Business Ethics: A European Review, volume 17, number 4, pages 379-390, 2008.
HR fables: schizophrenia, selling your soul in dystopia, fuck the employees, and sleepless nights, by Steers, I. , in: Business Ethics: A European Review, volume 17, number 4, pages 391-404, 2008.

Corporate codes of ethics: necessary but not sufficient, by Webley, S. and Werner, A. , in: Business Ethics: A European Review, volume 17, number 4, pages 405-415, 2008.

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