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Philip Bromiley and Jared Harris

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Edited by Denis G. Arnold and Jared D. Harris

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Kantian Business Ethics

Critical Perspectives

Edited by Denis G. Arnold and Jared D. Harris

In this original collection of essays, a group of distinguished scholars critically examine the ethical dimensions of business using the Kantian themed business ethics of Norman E. Bowie as a jumping off point. The authors engage Bowie’s influential body of scholarship as well as contemporary themes in business, including topics such as: the normative foundations of capitalism; the applicability of Kantian ethics, virtue ethics, and pragmatism in normative business ethics; meaningful work; managerial ethics; the ethics of high leverage finance capitalism; business ethics and corporate social responsibility; and responsibility for the natural environment. The contributors to this volume include both scholars sympathetic to Bowie’s Kantian business ethics and scholars critical of that perspective.
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Morela Hernandez, Scott Baker, Megan Hess and Jared Harris

In this chapter we explore how an organization’s social context affects its ability to rebound from adversity. Using qualitative data from 184 organizations across a variety of industries and 79 communities, we conducted a five-year study of organizational resilience to explain the role that multi-stakeholder collaboration plays in fostering this capability. We find that in response to hardship, managers employ psychological, operational and stakeholder strategies to regenerate resources. Through stakeholder strategies, in particular, we find that managers overcome resource constraints by leveraging distinct stakeholder bonds. These bonds are activated by stakeholders’ shared affective connection to the organization’s social context. The social exchanges that occur within this process reframe the experience of hardship while providing both resources and constraints in how managers overcome hardship. Our emergent findings change our current thinking on organizational resilience by revealing the prominence of stakeholder social exchange relationships in facilitating and supporting organizational resilience.

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Jared D. Harris, Adrian A.C. Keevil and Andrew C. Wicks