Contemporary Issues in Business Ethics: The Callista Wicklander Lectures, DePaul University, 1991-2005
Keith W. Krasemann, Patricia Hogue Werhane
University Press of America, Jan 1, 2006 - Business & Economics - 287 pages
This collected volume of essays represents the work of scholars from DePaul University who have served a term as the Wicklander Chair in Business Ethics. These essays, which represent written versions of public lectures, focus on a wide range of issues that have bothered and continue to plague ethicists, legal scholars, and practicing managers in business. These issues include the role of self-interest in commerce, moral character, evil and complacency, privacy, spirituality in the workplace, truth-telling, globalization challenges, and the function of narrative.
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