2. Module Two: Specific Business Ethics and Business and Society Ideas
a. De George, Richard T., “The Status of Business Ethics: Past and Future,” Journal of Business Ethics,6 (3) (1987), pp. 201
-211. (available from Ship Library Dbases)
b.Mintzberg, H., Simons, R., & Basu, K. (2002). Beyond Selfishness. MIT Sloan Management Review, Fall: 67 –74.(Available on ARES)
c.Marens, R. (2008). Recovering the past: reviving the legacy of the early scholars of corporate social responsibility. Journal of Management History, 14 (1): 55-72. (Available on ARES)
d. Wood, D. (1991) Toward Improving Corporate Social Performance, Business Horizons, July –August, 66-73. (Available on Ship Dbases)
e.Kennedy, Robert G., Corporations, Common Goods, and Human Persons, 4 Ave Maria L. Rev. 1, (Winter 2006).
f.Naughton, Michael, The Corporation as a Community of Work: Understanding the Firm within the Catholic Social Tradition, 4 Ave Maria L. Rev. 33, (Winter 2006).
3.Module Three Theories of Corporate Social Respons ibility and Corporate Citizenship
a.Carroll, Archie. Pyramid of Corporate Social Responsibility
, Business Horizons (Available on ARES)
b. Lieberwitz, R. L. (2005) What Social Responsibility for the Corporation? A Report on the United States.
Managerial Law, 47(5): 4 -19.(Available on ARES)
c.Matten, D., & Crane, A. (2005). Corporate Citizenship: Toward an Extended Theoretical Conceptualization.
Academy of Management Review, 30(1): 166-179. (available on ARES)
d.Carroll, Archie, The Four Faces of Corporate Citizenship (Available on ARES)
e.Corporate Citizenship: Rise or Demise of a Myth, Edward and Wilmott, Academy of Management Review July 2008 Vol.33 #3
f. CSR, Democracy and the Politicization of the Corporation, Palazzo and Scherer, Academy of Management Review July 2008, Vol. 33 #3
4.Module Four: Critical Management Studies/Systemic Change
a.Paul Adler, Critical in the Name of Whom and What, 9(3) Organization 387-395, August 2002
b. Panitch, L. (2009). Thoroughly Modern Marx. Foreign Policy, May/Jun2009, Issue 172, p140-145. Available in Ship Dbases
c.Laura Spitz*(2005) The Gift of Enron: An Opportunity to Talk About Capitalism, Equality, Globalization, and the Promise of a North
-American Charter of Fundamental Rights, 66 Ohio St. L.J. 315
d.Marx’ The Communist Manifesto
e.Toward a Political Conception of Corporate Responsibility: Business and Society send from a Habermasian Perspective, Scherer and Palazo,
Academy of Management Review October 2007, Vol. 32 #4.
f. FDR’s Second Bill of Rights –available on-line