Joanne B. Ciulla, Clancy Martin and The late Robert C. Solomon
*=New to this edition
Introduction: Getting to Work
Box: "Three Questions for Thinking About Ethics"
1. On the Job: Everyday Ethics at Work
Norman E. Bowie: "Respecting the Humanity in a Person"
Arlie Hochshild: "Exploring the Managed Heart"
M. Superson: "The Employer-Employee Relationship and the Right to Know"
The Economist: "Doing Business in Dangerous Places"
John Orlando: "The Ethics of Corporate Downsizing"
2. "The check is in the Mail": Honesty and Trust in Business
Albert Z. Carr: "Is Business Bluffing
Norman E. Bowie: "Does It Pay to Bluff in Business?"
Sissela Bok: "Defining Secrecy--Some Crucial Distinctions"
Sue De Wine: "Giving Feedback: The Consultant's Craft"
Harry G. Frankfurt: * "On Bullshit"
Paul Ekman and Mark G. Frank: "Lies That Fail"
Solomon and Fernando Flores: "Building Trust"
3. The Good Life
Robert C. Solomon: "Strategic Planning--For The Good Life"
Aristotle: "On the Good Life"
Joanne B. Ciulla: "Work and Life"
Epicurus: "On Pleasure"
Andrew Carnegie: "Wealth"
Solomon Schimmel: "Greed"
Joanne B. Ciulla: "Leisure and Consumption"
Lynne McFall: "Integrity"
Bertrand Russell: "Impersonal Interests"
4. Money, How We Get it, and Where it Goes: Accounting, Finance, and Investment Ethics
Carol J. Loomis: "Lies, Damned Lies, and Managed Earnings"
"Arthur Andersen Refugees Reflect on What Went Wrong"
Robert E. Frederick and W. Michael Hoffman: "The Individual Investor in Securities Markets: An Ethical Analysis"
John R. Boatright: "Finance Ethics"
Jennifer Moore,: "What Is Really Unethical About Insider Trading?"
Paul B. Farrell: * "Derivatives, the New 'Ticking Bomb'"
Duff McDonald: * "The Running of the Hedgehogs"
5. Who Gets What and Why? Fairness and Justice
Plato: "Ring of Gyges"
Adam Smith: "On Human Exchange and Human Differences"
Latin Trade: "A
Latin Viewpoint: The Bentonville Menace"
Joanne B. Ciulla: "Exploitation of Need"
John Rawls: "Justice as Fairness"
Robert Nozick: * "Anarchy, State, and Utopia"
Peter Singer: "Rich and Poor"
Irving Kristol: "A Capitalist Conception of Justice"
Friedrich von Hayek:
"Justice Ruins the Market"
Eduard Garcia: "The Winner-Take-All Game"
Gerald W. McEntee: "Comparable Worth: A Matter of Simple Justice"
6. Is "The Social Responsibility of Business . . . to Increase its Profits"?: Social Responsibility and Stakeholder Theory
Milton Friedman: "The
Social Responsibility of Business Is to Increase Its Profits"
Christopher D. Stone: "Why Shouldn't Corporations Be Socially Responsible?"
Peter A. French: "Corporate Moral Agency"
R. Edward Freeman: "A Stakeholder Theory of the Modern Corporation"
Kenneth J. Arrow: "Social
Responsibility and Economic Efficiency"
Richard Parker: * "Corporate Social Responsibility and Crisis"
7. When Innovation Bytes Back: Ethics and Technology
Deborah C. Johnson: "Intellectual Property Rights and Computer Software"
"Ethics and the Information Age"
Buchanan: "Information Ethics in a Worldwide Context"
Victoria Groom and Clifford Nass: * "Can Robots Be Teammates?"
Clive Thompson: * "The Next Civil Rights Battle Will Be Over the Mind"
Bill Joy: "Why The Future Doesn't Need Us"
8. The Art of Seduction: The Ethics of
Advertising, Marketing, and Sales
John Kenneth Galbraith: "The Dependence Effect"
Friedrich von Hayek: "The Non Sequitur of the 'Dependence Effect' "
Alan Goldman: "The Justification of Advertising in a Market Economy"
G. Richard Shell and Mario Moussa: * "Woo with Integrity"
9. Things Fall Apart: Product Liability and Consumers
Peter Huber: "Liability"
John Nesmith: "Calculating Risks: It's Easier Said Than Done"
Stanley J. Modic: "How We Got into This Mess"
Henry Fairlie: "Fear of Living"
Warren E. Burger: "Too Many Lawyers, Too Many
Mark Dowie: "Pinto Madness"
Patricia Werhane: "The Pinto Case and the Rashomon Effect"
Judith Jarvis Thomson: * "Remarks on Causation and Liability"
10. "You Know How to Whistle, Don't You?": Whistle-blowing, Company Loyality, and Employee Responsibility
"Whistleblowing and Professional Responsibility"
Michael Davis: "Some Paradoxes of Whistleblowing"
Ronald Duska: "Whistleblowing and Employee Loyalty"
David E. Soles: "Four Concepts of Loyalty"
George D. Randels: "Loyalty, Corporations, and Community"
Kim Zetter: * "Why We
11. Think Local, Act Global: International Business
Benjamin Barber: "Jihad vs. McWorld"
Mary Midgley: "Trying Out One's New Sword"
Thomas Donaldson: "Values in Tension: Ethics Away from Home"
Robert Phillips and Craig B. Caldwell: "Ethics and Value Chains"
Maitland: * "The Great Non-Debate Over International Sweatshops
12. Working with Mother Nature: Environmental Ethics and Business Ecology
Aldo Leopold: * "The Land Ethic"
Mark Sagoff: "At the Shrine of Our Lady Fatima or Why Political Questions Are Not All Economic"
Baxter: "People or Penguins"
Norman Bowie: "Morality, Money, and Motor Cars"
Peter Singer: "The Place of Nonhumans in Environmental Issues"
John Entine: "Rain-Forest Chic"
13. The Gift That Keeps on Asking: Reciprocity and Conflicts of Interest
Adam Bellow: "Nepotism in
John T. Noonan, Jr.: "A Quick Look at the History of Bribes"
Mark Pastin and Michael Hooker: "Ethics and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act"
John R. Boatright: * "Conflicts of Interest in Financial Services"
14. When the Buck Stops Here: Leadership
B. Ciulla: "What is Good Leadership?"
Niccolo Machiavelli: "Is It Better to Be Loved Than Feared?"
Dean C. Ludwig and Clinton O. Longnecker: "The Bathsheba Syndrome: The Ethical Failure of Successful Leaders"
James MacGregor Burns: "What Is Transforming Leadership?"
Greenleaf: "Servant Leadership: A Journey into the Nature of Legitimate Power and Greatness"
15. Who's Minding the Store? The Ethics of Corporate Governance
Ralph Nader, Mark Green, and Joel Seligman: "Who Rules the Corporation?"
Irving S. Shapiro: "Power and Accountability: The
Changing Role of the Corporate Board of Directors"
Rebecca Reisner: * "When Does the CEO Just Quit?"
Tom Dunfee: * "Corporate Governance in a Market with Morality"
John J. McCall: "Employee Voice in Corporate Governance: A Defense of Strong Participation Rights"
16. Is Everything
For Sale? The Future of the Free Market
Aristotle: "Two Kinds of Commerce"
Adam Smith: "The Benefits of Capitalism"
Karl Marx: "Commodity Fetishism"
Robert Heilbroner: "Reflections on the Triumph of Capitalism"
John Stuart Mill: "Laissez-faire and Education"
Schumacher: "Buddhist Economics"
Amartya Sen: "The Economics of Poverty"
Thorstein Veblen: "Pecuniary Emulation and Conspicuous Consumption"
Daniel Bell: "The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism"
Robert Reich: * "Supercapitalism"
Robert Kuttner: "Everything For Sale"
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Instructor's Manual with Testbank
Joanne B. Ciulla is Professor and Coston Family Chair in Leadership and Ethics at the Jepson School of Leadership Studies at the University of Richmond. Clancy Martin is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Missouri-Kansas City and the cofounder of the UMKC Center for Applied
and Professonal Ethics. The late Robert Solomon was Quincy Lee Centennial Professor of Philosophy and Business and Distinguished Teaching Professor at the University of Texas at Austin.
- Margot Northey and Joan McKibbin