The Ethical Contribution of Organizations to Society Vol: 14

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09 Nov 2015
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
224 pages - 152 x 229 x 16mm
Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations
Organizations promote all sorts of activities. Indeed it is difficult to think of any activity today that is not reliant on an organization. This volume of Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations contains two kinds of papers. First, papers that discuss what an organization provides to society, whether it be fast food, hypermarkets, education, training, supply chains or hamburgers, and an explanation of the ethical aspects of that particular contribution. Second, the ethics of the consumer's response in society to what an organization provides, be that the buying or boycotting of products, social approval or social condemnation.
Conceptualizing Personal and Institutional Integrity: The Comprehensive Integrity Framework. The Importance of the Ethics of Governance Regime for the Corporation and the Connection to Corporate Governance Practice. Rethinking Peter Drucker’s ‘Prussian Army’. A Moral Argument for Benefit Corporations as an Alternative to Government Social Services. Ethics across the Organisational Spectrum. Equator Principles – Now and Then. The Influence of Professional Associations on Organizational Ethics: The Case of Veterinarians. From Lawyer to Leader: An Analysis of Abraham Lincoln’s Moral Self. Agency and Communion: The Moral Motivation of Miep Gies. About the Authors. Copyright page. The Ethical Contribution of Organizations to Society. List of Contributors. Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations. The Ethical Contribution of Organizations to Society. Introduction.
Editors Schwartz, Harris, and Comer present readers with a collection of academic contributions focused on the ethical contributions of organizations to society. The nine contributions that make up the main body of the text are focused on conceptualizing personal and institutional integrity, ethics across the organizational spectrum, the influence of professional associations on organizational ethics, and many other subjects. Throughout the text, the contributors remain focused on the role of integrity and the role of the professions in the ethical lives of organizations. Michael Schwartz is a faculty member of the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia. Howard Harris is a faculty member of the University of South Australia. Debra Comer is a faculty member of Hofstra University, New York. Distributed in North America by Turpin Distribution.

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