Activist business ethics
Jacques Cory's second book Activist Business Ethics expands upon the theoretical concepts developed in his first book Business Ethics: The Ethical Revolution of Minority Shareholders published by Kluwer Academic Publishers in March 2001.
Print Book, English, ©2002
Kluwer Academic Publishers ; Distributors for North, Central, and South America, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston, Norwell, Mass., ©2002
200 pages ; 24 cm
1. Introduction.- 2. Activist ethics in Business.- 3. Ethical and Democratic Evolution.- 4. Activist Business Ethics in Christianity.- 5. Activist Business Ethics in Judaism.- 6. Activist Business Ethics in other Religions.- 7. Activist Business Ethics in Philosophy.- 8. Psychological and Psychoanalytical Aspects.- 9. International Aspects.- 10. The Personification of Stakeholders.- 11. The Predominance of Values and Ethics for CEOs.- 12. The Methodological Approach of the Book.- 13. The Inefficient Existing Safeguards of the Stakeholders’ Interests.- 14. Internet, Transparency, Activist Associations and Ethical Funds.- 15. Future Activist Vehicles — The Supervision Board.- 16. Future activist vehicles — The Institute of Ethics.- 17. Conclusion.