Ethical Theory and Business, 9th Edition. Found in this section: 1. Brief Table of Contents. Full Table of Contents. BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTSPreface Chapter One Ethical Theory and Business Practice Chapter Two Corporate Responsibility.
Chapter Three Ethical Treatment of Employees Chapter Four Diversity and Discrimination in the Workplace. Chapter Five Marketing and the Disclosure of Information.
Chapter Six Ethical Issues in Finance and accounting. Chapter Seven Ethical Issues regarding Emerging Technologies. Chapter Eight Environmental Sustainability. Chapter Nine Ethical Issues In International Business. Chapter Ten Social and Economic Justice 2. FULL TABLE OF CONTENTSPreface Chapter One: Ethical Theory and Business Practice Fundamental Concepts and Problems.
Case 1: The NYSEG Corporate Responsibility Program 95. Case 2: Outsourcing at Any Cost? Answer to Provide an exposition of the stockholder view of the corporation as defended by Milton Friedman. What would Friedman likely say about the NYSEG. Freeman Article On Pp. 255 261 And Cases 7.3 And 7.4 2,802 views. Share; Like; Download Siddharth Nath, Corporate Sales Manager at Prognohealth Solution Ltd. The NYSEG Corporate Responsibility Case.
Approaches to the Study of Morality and Ethical Theory. Contemporary Trends in Ethical Theory. Cases. Case 1: The Training Program. Case 2: Should Company Policy Apply to All? Case 3: Should Everything Be for Sale?
Chapter Two: Corporate Responsibility. Introduction. Stockholder Management Versus Stakeholder Management. Milton Friedman, The Social Responsibility of Business Is to Increase Its Profits R. Edward Freeman, Managing for Stakeholders. John R. Boatright, What's Wrong- -- and What's Right - - with Stakeholder Management. Wayne F. Cascio, Decency Means More than “Always Low Prices”: A Comparison of Costco to Wal- Mart’s Sam’s Club Eric Orts and Alan Strudler, Putting a Stake in Stakeholder Theory.
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Ethical Cultures & Moral Responsibility. Linda Trevino and Katherine Nelson, Ethics as Organizational Culture John R. Boatright, Individual Responsibility in the American Corporation System: Does Sarbanes Oxley Strike the Right Balance? Ford Motor Co. Supreme Court of New Jersey, A. Smith Manufacturing Co.
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Case 1: The NYSEG Corporate Responsibility Program. Business Is to Increase Its Profits,” whether or not a company operates in a democracy is irrelevant to his view of corporate social responsibility.
Barlow. Johnson & Johnson: Our Credo. Cases. Case 1: The NYSEG Corporate Responsibility Program. Case 2: Outsourcing at Any Cost? Case 3: H. Fuller in Honduras: Street Children and Substance Abuse Case 4: Merck & River Blindness. Case 5: From Tension to Cooperative Dialogue: Holcim Case 6: The Bachelor Party.
Case 7: The Deepwater Horizon Disaster: Challenges in Ethical Decision Making Suggested Supplementary Readings Chapter Three: Ethical Treatment of Employees Introduction. The Hiring And Firing Of Employees. Patricia H. Radin, Employment at Will and Due Process. Richard A. Epstein, In Defense of the Contract at Will. Occupational Risk. Ruth R. Beauchamp, The Right to Risk Information and the Right to Refuse Workplace Hazards.
John R. Boatright, Occupational Health and Safety. Whistleblowing. Ronald Duska, Whistleblowing and Employee Loyalty George Brenkert, Whistleblowing, Moral Integrity, and Organizational Ethics. Legal Perspectives. Superior Court of New Jersey, Warthen v. Toms River Community Memorial Hospital Supreme Court of the United States, Automobile Workers v.
Johnson Controls, Inc. Superior Court of New Jersey, Potter v. Village Bank of New Jersey.
Cases. Case 1: Off- duty Smoking. Case 2: Fired for Drinking the Wrong Brand of Beer. Case 3: Exposing Workers to Plutonium. Case 4: BP Workers Ill Trained for Dangers. Case 5: The Reluctant Security Guard. Case 6: A Matter of Principle.
Suggested Supplementary Readings. Chapter Four: Diversity and Discrimination in the Workplace. Introduction. Diversity And Affirmative Action. Tom L. Beauchamp, Affirmative Action and Diversity Goals in Hiring and Promotion.
James P. Sterba, A Defense of Diversity Affirmative Action. George Sher, Diversity Sexual Harassment. Larry May, Sexual Harassment and Solidarity. Jaimie Leeser and William O’Donohue, Normative Issues in Defining Sexual Harassment.
Legal Perspectives. Supreme Court of the United States, Local 2.
Sheet Metal Worker’s International Association v. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Supreme Court of the United States, Grutter V.
Bollinger. Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, Opinion of the Court Justice Clarence Thomas, Dissenting Opinion Brief for 6. Leading American Businesses . Forklift Systems, Inc. Holley, Information Disclosure in Sales.
Robert L. Arrington, Advertising and Behavior Control. George Brenkert, Marketing and the Vulnerable. Pharmaceutical Marketing. Carl Elliott, The Drug Pushers.
Denis G. Arnold, The Ethics of Direct to Consumer Pharmaceutical Advertising. Legal Perspectives. United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, Irving A. Polaroid Corporation United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, B.
Finlay Fine Jewelry Corp. United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, Coca- Cola Company v. Tropicana Products, Inc. Supreme Court of California, Kasky v.
Nike, Inc. Cases. Case 1: Advice for Sale. Case 2: Sales at World Camera and Electronics. Case 3: Hucksters in the Classroom Case 4: Kraft Foods Inc.: The Cost of Advertising on Children’s Waistlines. Case 5: Merck & Company: The Vioxx Recall.
Case 6: Pfizer, Repeat Offender. Suggested Supplementary Readings. Chapter Six: Ethical Issues in Finance and Accounting. Introduction. Accounting Ethics. Ronald Duska and Brenda Duska, Ethics in Auditing: The Auditing Function. Colin Boyd, The Structural Origins of Conflicts of Interest in the Accounting Profession Financial Services. John R. Boatright, Ethical Issues in Financial Services Alan Strudler, The Moral Problem of Insider Trading Richard Nielsen, High Leverage Finance Capitalism: Ethical Issues and Potential Reforms.
Legal Perspectives. U. S. O’Hagan. American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Code of Professional Conduct. Cases. Case 1: An Auditor’s Dilemma.
Case 2: Accounting for Enron. Case 3: Enron and Employee Investment Risk. Case 4: Predatory Lending at Countrywide Financial. Case 5: Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Inc.: An Accusation of Insider Trading.
Suggested Supplementary Readings. Chapter Seven: Ethical Issues regarding Emerging Technologies. Introduction. Information And The World Wide Web. Deborah G. Johnson, Privacy & Internet Ethics.
Jeffery D. Smith, Internet Content Providers and Complicity in Human Rights Abuse. Pharmaceutical Patents. Richard T. De George, Intellectual Property and Pharmaceutical Drugs: An Ethical Analysis. Patricia H. Werhane and Michael E. Gorman, Intellectual Property Rights, Access to Life- Enhancing Drugs, and Corporate Moral Responsibilities. Legal Perspectives. U. S. Supreme Court, Sony Corp.
Universal City Studios Inc. United States District Court for the Northern District of California, A & M Records v.
Napster. World Trade Organization, Agreement on Trade- Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights. Cases. Case 1: Social Media and the Modern Worker: The Use of Facebook as an Organizational Monitoring and Management Tool. Case 2: Privacy at My.
Friends. com. Case 3: Patents and the African Aids Epidemic. Case 4: Aventis: Partnerships for Health.
Suggested Supplementary Readings. Chapter Eight: Environmental Sustainability. Introduction. Environmental Obligations And Climate Change.
Norman E. Bowie, Morality, Money and Motor Cars. Denis G. Arnold with Keith Bustos, Business, Ethics, and Global Climate Change. Sustainability And Natural Capitalism. Allen Holland, Sustainability Paul Hawken, Amory Lovens, and L. Hunter Lovins, Natural Capitalism. Stuart L. Hart, Taking the Green Leap to the Base of the Pyramid. Legal Perspectives.
United States Supreme Court, United States v. Best Foods et al. United States Supreme Court, Whitman, et al. American Trucking Associations, Inc. Cases. Case 1: Royal Caribbean: Exotic Promises & Toxic Waters.
Case 2: Texaco in the Ecuadorean Amazon. Case 3: BP: Beyond Petroleum Spills? Case 4: Maintaining a Seat at the Table: The Shell Group. Case 5: Interface Corporation and Sustainable Business.
Case 6: What Does it Mean to be Truly Green?: Environmental Sustainability at Frito Lay North America. Case 7: Ethics and Sustainability at Alcoa: A Symbiotic Relationship.
Suggested Supplementary Readings. Chapter Nine: Ethical Issues in International Business. Introduction. Universalism, Relativism And Human Rights.
Norman Bowie, Relativism and the Moral Obligations of Multinational Corporations. Denis G. Arnold, Human Rights and Multinational Corporations. Patricia H. Werhane, Exporting Mental Models: Global Capitalism in the 2. Century. Sweatshops And Bribery. Ian Maitland, The Great Non- Debate Over International Sweatshops. Denis G. Bowie, Sweatshops and Respect for Persons. David Hess and Thomas Dunfee, Taking Responsibility for Bribery: The Multinational Corporation’s Role in Combating Corruption.
Legal Perspectives Supreme Court of Texas, Dow Chemical Company and Shell Oil Company v. Domingo Castro Alfaro et al. U. S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit, Doe 1 vs.
Global Compact. Cases. Case 1: Foreign Assignment. Case 2: Facilitation or Bribery: Cultural and Ethical Disparities. Case 3: Chrysler and Gao Feng: Corporate Responsibility for Religious and Political Freedom in China. Case 4: Should Wal- Mart Do More?