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Patrick O’SULLIVAN (Business Ethics)
Students may wish to prepare themselves for this course by engaging in selected reading from:
CRANE A and MATTEN D (2010) 3rd ed, “Business Ethics”, Oxford University Press. Chs 1 2 and 3 give a very good introduction to the scope and main themes of business ethics and these are also worth reading before the first sessions. Chapter 1 is available free online as a pdf file at http://ukcatalogue.oup.com/product/9780199564330.do#.USImqbKTu2Y
O’SULLIVAN P, SMITH M and ESPOSITO M (2012) “Business Ethics: a critical approach integrating ethics across the business world” Routledge, London. Chapters 1, 2 and 24 are directly relevant while the rest of the work looks at ethics in action in various specific fields of business or of management activit
BEAUCHAMP T (2004) 5th ed. “Case studies in Business Society and Ethics”, Pearson, London. This is a good collection of case studies to whet the appetite
DONALDSON T et alii (2002) 7th ed. “Ethical issues in Business: a philosophical approach”, Pearson Prentice Hall, Harlow
ECONOMIST, “The Good Company: A Special Look At Corporate Social Responsibility”, in The Economist January 22nd-28th 2005.
FISHER C and LOVELL A (2009) 3rd ed. “Business Ethics and Values”, Prentice Hall, Harlow. This is a very good comprehensive textbook as well.
HARTMAN L (2005) 3rd international edition “Perspectives in Business Ethics” Mc Graw Hill, Maidenhead. In particular this collection contains the article by Milton Friedman “The Social Responsibility of Business is to increase profits” and the seminal article also of Albert CARR “Is Business Bluffing ethical?”
Caroline COULOMBE (Crisis Management)
Sent prior to class. For more references, ask C Coulombe..