Presentations from "Business Ethics in a Global World"
Speakers, Panels and Breakout Sessions: March
8 & 9, 2007
Academic Papers: March 10, 2007
Speakers, Panels and Breakout Sessions:
March 8 & 9, 2007
Title: Google, China, and Moral Compromise
Author: George G. Brenkert, Professor and Director, Georgetown
Business Ethics Institute
Michael A. Santoro, Assistant Professor, Rutgers Graduate School
of Management, respondent
Title: Business Ethics in a Global World: An Introduction
to the Issues
Author: Aron Cramer, President and CEO, Business for
Social Responsibility (BSR).
Title: Business Ethics in China: Challenges and Opportunities
Title: Daning Life Hub - Business Ethics in China
Author: Alan Lee, Co-founder, Forrester Group & Wing
Li, Managing Director, Atelier Capital Corporation, Vancouver
Title: Leadership in the Context of Confucius Doctrines
Author: Baocheng Liu, Center for International Business
Title: Business Ethics in a Global World: Indias
Author: Jagdish N. Sheth, Charles H. Kellstadt Professor
of Marketing Goizueta Business School, Emory University.
Title: Four Perspectives on Indian Business Practices
Title: Business Scenario in Indiaand Ethical Attitudes
of Business Executives
Author: P. M. Joseph Christie, S.J. Loyola Institute
of Business Administration Chennai, India.
Title: Managing Corporate Ethics through Best Practices
in Organizational Behavior Worldwide
Author: Vic Kulkarni, President & CEO Sequence Design,
Title: A Practical Approach to Creating an Ethical Culture
in a Global Corporation
Author: Pravir Malik, Managing director, Advisory Services,
at Business for Social Responsibility (BSR).
Title: Creating Ethical Culture in a Globalized Environment
Author: Kapil Nanda, President and CEO, Infogain.
Academic Papers: March 10, 2007
Title: The Relation between Academic Dishonesty and
Business Ethics: A Survey of Middle Eastern Professionals.
Authors: Hanin Abdallah & Tony Feghali, Olayan School
of Business at the American University of Beirut.
Title: Catalyzing Cradle to Cradle Through Entrepreneurship:
Author: Geoffrey Archer, Ph.D. candidate, Darden Graduate
School of Business,University of Virginia.
Title: Growth and Dynamics of Corporate Governance in
India-An emerging trend towards Global Market Economy
Author: Iti Bose,Post-Doctoral Fellow in Shailesh J.
Mehta School of Management, Indian Institute of Technology,
Title: The Ethics of the Auto and Oil Industries-Strategies
Author: Martin Calkins, Assistant Professor in the College
of Management, University of Massachusetts - Boston.
Title: Practicing Business Ethics from the Inside-Out:
A Cross-Cultural Perspective
Author: Jerry M Calton, College of Business and Economics,
University of Hawaii-Hilo.
Title: Is Deweys notion of The Public an Early
Statement of Stakeholder Theory?
Author: Simone de Colle, Ph.D. candidate in Management
and Business Ethics at the Darden School of Business, University
Title: Moral Legitimacy and the Social Entrepreneur
Author: Bill Forster, University of Virginia (Darden).
Title: Corporate Ownership Revisited: Who Owns What
Author: Katherina Glac, Ph.D. candidate, Legal Studies
and Business Ethics Department, The Wharton School, University
Title: Applying Ecosystem Principles to Business Ethics
Author: Abhik Gupta, Department of Ecology & Environmental
Science Assam University, Silchar, India.
Title: The Development, Promise, and Pitfalls of Industry-level
Cooperation Regarding Global Business Ethics
Author: Harry J. Van Buren III, Anderson Schools of Management,
University of New Mexico
Title: Promoting Democracy: A Role For Global Business?
Author: Nien-hê Hsieh, Assistant Professor, Legal
Studies and Business Ethics Department, Wharton School, University
Title: The Dynamic Nature of Corporate-Social Interactions
in India: The Case of the East India Company and its Implications
for Global Business Today
Author: Arun Iyer, Ph.D. candidate in philosophy, Marquette
Title: Learning From the Founders: Organized Labor,
Corporate Social Responsibility, and the Limits of Stakeholder
Author: Richard Marens, Assistant Professor of Management,
Sacramento State University.
Title: Moral Emotions & Ethical Decision-Making:
A Socio-Cultural Approach
Author: Jennifer Mencl, Assistant Professor of Human
Resources Management and Organizational Behavior at Labovitz
School of Business and Economics, University of Minnesota Duluth
Title: CSR and Deliberative Democracy: A Multiple
Author: Ulf Richter, Ph.D. candidate at Ecole des Hautes
Etudes Commerciales, University of Lausanne, Switzerland.
Title: Moral Action in everyday life: An Ethics Process
to Foster Interest & Determination in the Workplace.
Author: Leslie E. Sekerka, Assistant Professor, Organizational
Behavior & Ethics, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey,
Title: Differences and ChallengesDue to Religion: The
Influence of Confucianism, Buddhism, and Hinduismon Transnational
Author: James Weber, Professor of Business Ethics and
Management and Director of the Beard Center for Leadership in
Ethics, Duquesne University.
Title: When in China
Corporate Social Responsibility
Author: Jiyun Wu & Rich Wokutch, Virginia Polytechnic
Institute and State University
Title: Cold Hard Facts
Author: Jeffrey G. York, Ph.D candidate, Darden School
of Business, University of Virginia's
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