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New issue of Business Ethics: A European Review (volume 19, 1)

The resent issue of the Business Ethics: A European Review (volume 19, 1) contains:

Sector-based corporate citizenship, by Timonen, L. and Luoma-aho, V. , in: Business Ethics: A European Review, volume 19, number 1, pages 1-13.

Corporate responsibility perceptions in change: Finnish managers‘ views on stakeholder issues from 1994 to 2004, by Kujala, J., in: Business Ethics: A European Review, volume 19, number 1, pages 14-34.

Deception and defection from ethical norms in market relationships: a general analytic framework, by Keep, W. W. and Schneider, G. P. , in: Business Ethics: A European Review, volume 19, number 1, pages 64-80.

Integrating soft factors into the assessment of cooperative relationships between firms: accounting for reputation and ethical values, by Hirsch, B. and Meyer, M. , in: Business Ethics: A European Review, volume 19, number 1, pages 81-94.

Ethical perceptions of business students in a New Zealand university: do gender, age and work experience matter?, by Eweje, G. and Brunton, M. , in: Business Ethics: A European Review, volume 19, number 1, pages 95-111.

Distinctions in descriptive and instrumental stakeholder theory: a challenge for empirical research, by Egels-Zandèn, N. and Sandberg, J., in: Business Ethics: A European Review, volume 19, number 1, pages 35-49.

A framework for comparing socially responsible investment markets: an analysis of the Dutch and Belgian retail markets, by Benijts, T. , in: Business Ethics: A European Review, volume 19, number 1, pages 50-63. [DOI]

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