This book combines management theory with ethical theory on a chapter by chapter, topic by topic basis. The volume bridges the theoretical, empirical and practical gap between management and ethics. It will be of interest to a cross disciplinary group of students, researchers and managers in business, management, organizational behavior, IO psychology and business ethics.
Book Cover Title Copyright Contents Preface Acknowledgments About the Editor Contributors 1 Management and Ethics: Revisiting Distant Neighbors Section I Ethics From the Top Down 2 Moral Leadership: A Short Primer on Competing Perspectives 3 Organizational Virtue, CSR, and Performance 4 Increasing Corporate Social Responsibility Through Stakeholder Value Internalization (and the Catalyzing Effect of New Governance): An Application of Organizational Justice, Self-Determination, and Social Influence Theories 5 The Managerial Relevance of Ethical Efficacy Section II Unethical: Behavior Causes, Consequences, and Comebacks 6 On the Psychology of Preventing and Dealing With Ethical Failures: A Behavioral Ethics Approach 7 Paved With Good Intentions: Unethical Behavior Conducted to Benefit the Organization, Coworkers, and Customers 8 Failures, Losses, and Fairness: The Customer's Perspective 9 Advances in Research on Punishment in Organizations: Descriptive and Normative Perspectives Section III New Theoretical Perspectives 10 Social Hierarchies and the Evolution of Moral Emotions 11 Free Riders as a Blind Spot of Equity Theory: An Evolutionary Correction 12 From Proscriptions to Prescriptions: A Call for Including Prosocial Behavior in Behavioral Ethics 13 A Review and Assessment of Ethical Decision Making Models: Is a Garbage Can Approach the Answer? Author Index Subject Index.
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