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Special Report on

The Ethics of Management

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Vol: 15; Issue: 2; Year: 2004; Start Page: 95; No of Pages: 47; Reviewer Comments: Offers detailed information to enable management researchers to make informed decisions about where to publish their work for maximum impact. Keywords: ACADEMIC STAFF , JOURNALS , MANAGEMENT RESEARCH , PUBLISHING , Style: General review
that examines ethical principles and moral or ethical problems that arise in a business environment. It applies to all aspects of business conduct and is relevant to the conduct of individuals and business organizations as a whole. Applied ethics is a field of ethics that deals with ethical questions in many fields such as medical, technical, legal and business ethics. Business ethics can be both a normative and a descriptive discipline. As a corporate practice and a career specialization, the field is primarily normative. In academia descriptive approaches are also taken. The range and quantity of business ethical issues ...
REVIEWS AND OPINIONS
After the Brake-up: Nu Look and dISIP! | OpaMizik.com!
If Nu Look were a Real Company instead of a Konpa Band, Pipo, barely three months in, would be sitting at every Board of Directors meeting. He came into the Band as one of the Directors (read Owners) of Nu Look which demonstrates two things: 1- Arly while publicly acknowledging that the departure of Gazzman remains a severe blow to the Band, also signals that he has total confidence in Pipo by fully integrating him into the band, and giving him a stake in something that the group spent years building. There was no waiting period, no probation, and presumably no conditions. I wonder if this was a unanimous decision by the ... market research, surveys and trends
Moving into the Professional world
I am growing up. I am leaving the student world, and going into the work world of Accounting. There are many things that I need to think about entering the professional world, that I have learned over the four years of I have been going to school. In these hard economic times, time and time again we hear that accountants become dishonest on companies financial reports to better themselves by stealing money. There may also be pressures by bosses to do these things, and what will these accountants do? And what would I do about them, if I am faced with them? Is it really worth it? No it is not worth losing your job or possible ... market research, surveys and trends

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THE ETHICS OF MANAGEMENT

The Ethical Perceptions Of Small Business Owners: A Factor ...
According to Donaldson and Werhane (1993, 2), the word "ethics" refers to the "study of whatever is right and good for humans" and the study of business ethics investigates business practices in light of human values. Over the last few years, a number of researchers have discussed the importance of the ethical considerations in business decisions. (Beversluis 1987; Henderson 1982; Longenecker, McKinney, and Moore 1988; and Stead, Worrell, and Stead 1990). The small business owner personally confronts numerous business decisions that possess ethical challenges. Alpander, Carter, and Forsgren (1990) identified ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
The Ethics of Organizations: A Longitudinal Study of the U.S. ...
increased from $639 billion in 1995 to $2159 billion in 1999 and from $2290 ...... percent of unethical behavior. Adding the eight virtues as dimensions of ..... Newstrom, J. W. and W. A. Ruch: 1975, „The Ethics of Management and the ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Gov. Pat Quinn today elevated a longtime associate and human services administrator to be his chief of staff, two days after his top aide resigned for sending political messages from his state e-mail account. Quinn picked Michelle Saddler, 50, of Evanston, to be chief of staff. Sadler had been serving as Quinn's secretary of the Department of Human Services since October. "I was a bit disconcerted when the governor called me," Saddler said. "This was not something I foresaw." The announcement came after Jerry Stermer, quit as Quinn's chief of staff following an inspector general report that concluded he had used ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
On the Boards
to the TF Financial Corp. board. Slabinski is owner of Slabinski & Sucharski Funeral Homes, Baj Funeral Home, and McCafferty-Sweeney Funeral Home Inc., as well as the Frankford Limousine Service Inc. and RV Limousine Co. Swanstrom retired in 2005 from PennEngineering & Manufacturing Corp. as chairman and chief executive officer. Wood is senior vice president and chief strategy officer for Clemens Family Corp., a family-owned agribusiness and real estate development firm based in Hatfield. IBio Inc. , a Newark, Del., biopharmaceutical company, has named infectious-disease and vaccine manufacturing and licensing expert Arthur Y. ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

INFORMATION RESOURCES

The Ethics of Management Research: An Exploratory Content Analysis
d3.8 million from British American Tobacco to set up the International Centre for Corporate. The Ethics of Management Research ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Management Issue 10: Ethics Program Oversight and Enforcement
OIG has historically been involved in oversight and enforcement of the Department’s ethics program. OIG’s activities have ranged from evaluating agency ethics programs at selected Operating Divisions (OPDIV) to determine whether they comply with regulations issued by the Office of Government Ethics (OGE) and HHS to investigating allegations of criminal ethics violations by current and former HHS employees. In the past, OIG oversight has primarily focused on ethical issues related to scientific research and grants management. OIG’s efforts related to ethics issues have steadily increased as a result of congressional hearings, ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
The Ethics of Disaster Relief
How can we ensure that all disaster relief funds for the September 11 tragedy are managed and distributed equitably? What criteria should be used to make decisions on how much aid eligible people will receive? CONTEXT: Donations for September 11 disaster relief efforts totaled more than $1.5 Billion, as of December 14, 2001 (Source: The Foundation Center: http://www.fdncenter.org ). The American Red Cross, the major recipient of these contributions, offered humanitarian assistance and other immediate relief in keeping with its core mission. The ...
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Google Answers: Ethical Implications
It depends on the purpose and method of the sales acceleration. If the firm benefits financially from the sales acceleration, then it would be ethical. However, if the firm winds up worse off financially once the full effects of the sales acceleration occur, then the sales acceleration is potentially unethical. One also has to consider the purpose of the sales acceleration. The firm's objective is to benefit its current shareholders. However, short-term manipulations that allow securities transactions to occur at more favorable prices or that allow management to receive options or bonuses would tend to be unethical. ...
Book Excerpt: There's No Such Thing as Business Ethics
ON NOVEMBER 8, 2001, PEOPLE WERE SHOCKED WHEN one of the hottest companies of the booming nineties, Enron, admitted to using accounting practices that had inflated its income figures by $586 million over a four-year period.1 Less than a month later, Enron filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy, and early in 2002, the Justice Department launched a criminal investigation into the company's practices. Investigators wanted to determine how much executives knew about the company's status, as they told their employees to hold their shares of Enron stock, but sold more than $1 billion of their own. The company went ...