Advances in Business Strategy and Competitive Advantage (ABSCA) Book Series.
Titles in This Series.
List of Contributors.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
Foundational Issues: Theoretical Issues and Models.
1: Can Management Have Multi-Fiduciary Stakeholder Obligations?.
2: Business Ethics in the Information Age: The Transformations and Challenges of E-Business.
3: Game-Theoretic Insights Concerning Key Business Ethics Issues Occurring in Emerging Economies.
4: Exploring Ethics in Innovation: The Case of High-Fructose Corn Syrup.
5: Business Ethics, Strategy, and Organizational Integrity: The Importance of Integrity as a Basic Principle of Business Ethics that Contributes to Better Economic Performance.
6: Entrepreneurial Ethical Decision Making: Context and Determinants.
7: Bridging the Foundational Gap between Theory and Practice: The Paradigm on the Evolution of Business Ethics to Business Law.
Business Ethics Education: Integrating Ethics into the Business Curriculum.
8: Ethics for Students Means Knowing and Experiencing: Multiple Theories, Multiple Frameworks, Multiple Methods in Multiple Courses.
9: Identifying Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Curricula of Leading U.S. Executive MBA Programs.
10: Globally Responsible Management Education: From Principled Challenges to Practical Opportunities.
11: Techniques for Preparing Business Students to Contribute to Ethical Organizational Cultures.
12: Voicing Possibilities: A Performative Approach to the Theory and Practice of Ethics in a Globalised World.
13: Mainstreaming Corporate Social Responsibility at the Core of the Business School Curriculum.
Business Ethics at Work: Understanding and Implementing Ethics in the Business World.
14: The Starbucks Culture: Responsible, Radical Innovation in an Irresponsible, Incremental World.
15: Leading Ethically in a Culturally Diverse Global Environment.
16: Sustainability and Competitive Advantage: A Case of Patagonia's Sustainability Driven Innovation and Shared Value.
17: Ethical Healthiness: A Key Factor in Building Learning Organizations.
18: Facilitating Trust: The Benefits and Challenges of Communicating Corporate Social Responsibility Online.
19: Privacy, Trust, and Business Ethics for Mobile Business Social Networks.
20: Adoption of Supply Chain Sustainability in Developing Countries: An Empirical Investigation.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.