The SAGE Encyclopedia of Business Ethics and Society, 2nd Edition

  • Robert W. Kolb
  • Published By: SAGE
  • ISBN-10: 148338151X
  • ISBN-13: 9781483381510
  • DDC: 174
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • eBook
  • Original Copyright 2017 | Published/Released July 2018
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2017

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Overview

This encyclopedia spans the relationships among business, ethics and society, with an emphasis on business ethics and the role of business in society. It provides an essential reference tool for students, academics and practitioners interested in gaining knowledge on the role played by business with regard to the environment in which it exists.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Editorial Board.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
List of Entries.
Reader’s Guide.
About the Editor.
Contributors.
Dedication.
Introduction.
1: 24/7 Availability.
2: AARP.
3: Absolutism, Ethical.
4: Academy of Management.
5: Accountability.
6: Accounting, Ethics of.
7: Acid Rain.
8: Adelphia Communications.
9: Administrative Procedures Act (APA).
10: Adverse Selection.
11: Advertising, Subliminal.
12: Advertising Ethics.
13: Advisory Panels and Committees.
14: Aesthetics.
15: Affirmative Action.
16: Affordable Care Act.
17: AFL-CIO.
18: African Business Ethics.
19: Age Discrimination.
20: Agency, Theory of.
21: Agrarianism.
22: Agribusiness.
23: Agriculture, Ethics of.
24: Airline Deregulation.
25: Alien Tort Claims Act.
26: Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR).
27: Altruism.
28: Amaranth Advisors.
29: American Bar Association.
30: American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).
31: American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees.
32: American Federation of Teachers.
33: American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
34: American Management Association.
35: American Medical Association.
36: Americans with Disabilities Act.
37: Amorality.
38: Anarchism.
39: Anchor Institutions.
40: Angel Investors.
41: Animal Rights.
42: Animal Rights Movement.
43: Anthropocentrism.
44: Antitrust Laws.
45: Apache Hadoop.
46: Arbitrage.
47: Arbitrage, Regulatory.
48: Arbitration.
49: Archer Daniels Midland.
50: Arendt, Hannah.
51: Argument and Argumentation.
52: Aristotle.
53: Arms Trade.
54: Arrow, Kenneth.
55: Arrow’s Impossibility Theorem.
56: Arthur Andersen, LLP.
57: Aspen Institute’s Business and Society Program.
58: Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).
59: Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN).
60: Association of Trial Lawyers of America (ATLA).
61: Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International).
62: Asymmetric Information.
63: Auction Market.
64: Auditing.
65: Austrian School of Economics.
66: Authenticity.
67: Authority.
68: Automobile Recall Scandals.
69: Autonomy.
70: Bait-and-Switch Practices.
71: Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCCI).
72: Bankers Trust.
73: Banking Secrecy.
74: Bankruptcy, Ethical Issues in.
75: Barings Bank.
76: Barriers to Entry and Exit.
77: Barter.
78: Basel Accords.
79: Bayesian Approach.
80: Behavioral Ethics.
81: Benefit Corporation (B Corporation).
82: Benefits, Employee.
83: Benevolence and Beneficence.
84: Bentham, Jeremy.
85: Berle-Dodd Debate.
86: Better Business Bureau.
87: Bhopal.
88: Big Data.
89: Bilderberg Group.
90: Biocentrism.
91: Biodiversity.
92: Bioethics.
93: Birth Control.
94: Black Market.
95: Blue Sky Laws.
96: Bluffing and Deception in Negotiations.
97: Boesky, Ivan.
98: Bottom of the Pyramid.
99: Bounded Rationality.
100: Boycotts.
101: Brands.
102: Bretton Woods Institutions.
103: Bribery.
104: Buchanan, James McGill, Jr..
105: Buddhist Ethics.
106: Bureau of Land Management.
107: Bureau of National Affairs.
108: Bureau of Reclamation.
109: Bushido.
110: Business, Purpose of.
111: Business Ethics.
112: Business Ethics and Health Care.
113: Business Ethics Networks.
114: Business Ethics Research Centers.
115: Business Ethics Scholarship.
116: Business Judgment Rule.
117: Business Law.
118: Business Roundtable.
119: Campaign Finance Laws.
120: Canadian Business for Social Responsibility.
121: Capabilities Approach.
122: Capabilities Approach to Distributive Justice.
123: Capitalism.
124: Carbon Offsets.
125: Carnegie, Andrew.
126: Carrying Capacity.
127: Cartels.
128: Casino Capitalism.
129: Casuistry.
130: Catholic Social Teaching.
131: Catholic Social Thought and Business Ethics.
132: Cato Institute.
133: Cause Branding.
134: Cause-Related Marketing.
135: Caux Principles.
136: Censorship.
137: Central Banks.
138: Certified Public Accountants (CPAs).
139: CFA Institute.
140: Chaebol.
141: Challenger Disaster.
142: Chamber of Commerce of the United States.
143: Charity, Duty of.
144: Chernobyl.
145: Chicago School of Economics.
146: Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer (CECO).
147: Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
148: Chief Financial Officer (CFO).
149: Chief Operating Officer (COO).
150: Chief Privacy Officer (CPO).
151: Chief Risk Officer (CRO).
152: Child Labor.
153: Children, Marketing to.
154: China, Rise of.
155: Christian Ethics.
156: Churning.
157: Citizens United Case.
158: Civil Rights.
159: Clarkson Principles for Business.
160: Closely Held Corporation.
161: Cloud Computing.
162: Coalition Building.
163: Coalition for Environmentally Responsible Economies (CERES).
164: Coase, Ronald H..
165: Coase Theorem.
166: Codes of Conduct, Ethical and Professional.
167: Coercion.
168: Cognitive Moral Development.
169: Cognitivism and Ethics.