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Parker, M., & Pearson, G. (2005). Capitalism and its Regulation: A Dialogue on Business and Ethics. Journal of Business Ethics, 60 , 90-101. Shaw, W. H., Barry, V., &Sansbury, G. (2009).The nature of morality.In W. H. Shaw, V. Barry & G. Sansbury (Eds.), Moral Issues in Business (pp. 3-18). South Melbourne: Cengage Learning. Shaw, W. H., Barry, V., &Sansbury, G. (2009). The Environment. In W. H. Shaw, V. Barry & G. Sansbury (Eds.), Moral Issues in Business (pp. 386-409). South Melbourne: Cengage Learning. Shaw, W. H., Barry, V., &Sansbury, G. (2009).The nature of capitalism.In W. H. Shaw, V. Barry & G. Sansbury (Eds.), Moral Issues in Business (pp. 127-176). South Melbourne: Cengage Learning. Velasquez, M. (2000). Globalization and the Failure of Ethics. Business Ethics Quarterly, 10 (1), 343-352. Recommended Readings Alzola, M. (2008). When Urgency Matters. On non -discretionary corporate social responsibilty. Human Systems Management, 27 , 273-282. Bakker, K. (2007). The "Commons" Versus the "Commodity": Alter-globalization, Anti-privatization and the Human Right to Water in the Global South. Antipode, 39 (3), 430-455. Bakker, K. (2008). The Ambiguity of Community: Debating Alternatives to Private- Sector Provision of Urban Water Supply. Water Alternatives, 1 (2), 236-252. Branco, M. C., &Rodrigues, L. L. (2007). Positioning stakeholder theory within the debate on corporate social responsibility. Electronic Journal of Business Ethics and Oganisational Studies, 12 (1), 5. Brown, P. G., & Schmidt, J. J. (Eds.). (2010). Water Ethics: Foundational Readings for Students and Professionals . Washington, Covelo, London: Island Press. Groenfeldt, D. (2010). Viewpoint-The Next Nexus? Environmental Ethics, Water Policies, and Climate Change. Water Alternatives, 3 (3), 575-586. Hall, D., &Lobina, E. (2004). Private and Public Interests in Water and Energy. Natural Resources Forum, 28 , 268-277. Howell, R. (2010). Choosing Ethical Theories and Principles and Applying Them to the Question: 'Should The Seas be Owned?'. International Journal of Transdisciplinary Research, 5 (1), 1-28. Business Ethics unit study guide Page | 7
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Labowitz, S. and D. Baumann-Pauly (2014). Business as Usual is Not an Option. New York, Center for Business and Human Rights at NYU Leonard N. Stern School of Business : 6 Lamberti, L., &Lettieri, E. (2009). CSR Practices and Corporate Strategy: Evidence from a Longitudinal Case Study. Journal of Business Ethics, 87 , 153-168. Logsdon, J. M., & Wood, D. J. (2005). Global Business Citizenship and Voluntary Codes of Ethical Conduct. Journal of Business Ethics, 59 , 55-67. Lund-Thomsen, P. and A. Lindgreen (2013). "Corporate Social Responsibility in Global Value Chains: Where Are We Now and Where Are We Going?" Journal of Business Ethics 123 (1): 11-22. Mitchell, R., Agle, B., & Wood, D. (1997). Toward a Theory of Stakeholder Identification and Salience: Defining the Principle of Who and What Really Counts. Academy of Management Review, 22 (4), 853-886. O’Riordan, L. and J. Fairbrass (2013). "Managing CSR Stakeholder Engagement: A New Conceptual Framework." Journal of Business Ethics 125 (1): 121-145. Reynolds, M. (2009). Environmental Ethics. In M. Reynolds, C. Blackmore & M. J.
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