Part 1 New Perspectives and Findings.
Edwin M. Epstein (UC Berkeley): The Good Company.
Imre Ungvári Zrínyi ("BabesBolyai" University): Dialogical Ethics for Business.
Eleanor O'Higgins (University College Dublin) & Yvon Pesqueux (CNAM Paris): Management Education - A Path to Business Integrity?
Robert Elliott Allinson (Soka University of America & The Chinese University of Hong Kong): Foundations of a Value Based Economics.
Knut Ims (NHH Bergen) and Laszlo Zsolnai (Corvinus University of Budapest): Deep Ecology and Buddhist Economics. Part 2 Innovative Practices and Policy Reforms.
Laura Albareda and Josep Maria Lozano (ESADE Business School), Antonio Tencati and Francesco Perrini (Bocconi University and SDA Bocconi School of Management) and Atle Midttun (Norwegian School of Management): The Role of Government in Corporate Social Responsibility.
Frank Dixon (New York): Total Corporate Responsibility.
Laszlo Fekete (Corvinus University of Budapest): Creative Commons.
James Robertson (Oxford): Changing the Scoring System for the Game of Economic Life.
Frans de Clerck (Triodos Bank): Ethical Banking.
Ethical Prospects: Economy, Society, and Environment aims to present and summarize new perspectives and leading-edge results in ethics reflecting on interconnected economic, social and environmental issues. The yearbook reports on innovative practices and policy reforms and provides a forum for discussion about groundbreaking theories. The main function of the yearbook is to present ideas and initiatives that lead toward responsible business practices, policies for the common good and ecological sustainability. It seeks to form a value-community of scholars, practitioners and policymakers engaged in genuine ethics in business, environmental management, and public policy.
Focus on innovative practices
Connecting ethics with social sciences