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New issue of Business Ethics: A European Review (volume 18, number 3)

The recent issue of Business Ethics: A European Review (volume 18, number 3) contains:

The potential of CSR to support the implementation of the EU sustainability strategy: editorial introduction, by Moon, J., Anastasiadis, S. and Vigan, F. , in: Business Ethics: A European Review, volume 18, number 3, pages 268-272, 2009.

Spanish mutual fund fees and less sophisticated investors: examination and ethical implications, by Crespo, R. M. , in: Business Ethics: A European Review, volume 18, number 3, pages 224-240, 2009.

Institutional investor activism on socially responsible investment: effects and expectations, by Wen, S. , in: Business Ethics: A European Review, volume 18, number 3, pages 308-333, 2009.

Data mining: proprietary rights, people and proposals, by Payne, D. and Trumbach, C. C. , in: Business Ethics: A European Review, volume 18, number 3, pages 241-252, 2009.

Corporate social responsibility and gender equality: women as stakeholders and the European Union sustainability strategy, by Grosser, K., in: Business Ethics: A European Review, volume 18, number 3, pages 290-307, 2009.

Corporate communication, ethics, and operational identity: a case study of Benetton, by Borgerson, J. L. , Schroeder, J. E. , Escudero Magnusson, M. and Magnusson, F. , in: Business Ethics: A European Review, volume 18, number 3, pages 209-223, 2009.

Beyond compliance – below expectations? CSR in the context of international development, by Barkemeyer, R. , in: Business Ethics: A European Review, volume 18, number 3, pages 273-289, 2009.

A cross-cultural construct of the ethos of the corporate codes of ethics: Australia, Canada and Sweden, by Svensson, G. , Wood, G.E., Singh, J. and Callaghan, M. , in: Business Ethics: A European Review, volume 18, number 3, pages 253-267, 2009.

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