Edited by Georges Enderle and Patrick E. Murphy
Innovation has become a buzzword that promises dramatic changes in almost every field of business. Absent from this attention is a serious discussion of the ethical sides of dramatic change. To address this, editors Georges Enderle and Patrick E. Murphy gather a team of experts to fully examine the ethics of innovation within business and the economy in this standout addition to the Studies in TransAtlantic Business Ethics series.
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- Ethical Innovation in Business and the Economy
- Chapter 1: Ethical innovation in business and the economy – a challenge that cannot be postponed
- Chapter 2: Business, moral innovation, and ethics
- Chapter 3: Moral capabilities and institutional innovation – an extended transaction cost approach
- Chapter 4: Innovative methodology: an experimental approach to ethics
- Chapter 5: Managerial responsibility and the purpose of business: doing one’s job well
- Chapter 6: Drops in the pond: leaders, morality, and imagination
- Chapter 7: The ethics of the Maker Movement: the potentially good and the possibly terrible
- Chapter 8: Is the co-operative model a realistic alternative to traditional joint stock companies?
- Chapter 9: Innovation in financial industry executive compensation practices: lessons of the ‘London Whale’ trade for Volcker Rule implementation
- Chapter 10: Social innovation and social development in Latin America, Egypt, and India
- Chapter 11: An innovative scheme for integrated reporting beyond current practices
- Chapter 12: Capitalism in the twenty-first century: tracing Adam Smith in emergent variations of free enterprise
- Chapter 13: The integrative justice model: fair, ethical, and innovative marketing to the poor
- Chapter 14: ‘System D’ – creativity, innovation, and ethics in an African context: bridging the gap between the informal and formal economies
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