|Clever As Serpents: Business Ethics and Office Politics, by Jim Grote, John McGeeney||In Search of Ethics: Conversations with Men and Women of Character by Len Marrella|
|Defining Moments: When Managers Must Choose Between Right and Right, by Joseph L. Badaracco , Jr. (1997)||
With Forks: The Triple Bottom Line of 21st Century Business
(Conscientious Commerce), by John Elkington (1998)
|The Code of the Executive: Forty-Seven Ancient Samurai Principles Essential for Twenty-First Century Leadership Success, by Don Schmincke (Plume, 2000)||Japanese
Etiquette & Ethics in Business,
by Boye Lafayette De Mente (1994)
|The Good, the Bad, and Your Business: Choosing Right When Ethical Dilemmas Pull You Apart, by Jeffrey L. Seglin, Norman R. Augustine (2000)||In
Earth's Company: Business, Environment, and the Challenge of
Sustainability, by Carl Frankel (1998)
|Character Is Destiny: The Value of Personal Ethics in Everyday Life, by Russell W. Gough||Leading and Leadership (The Ethics of Everyday Life), by Timothy Fuller (Editor) (2000)|
|Winning With Integrity: Getting What You're Worth Without Selling Your Soul, by Leigh Steinberg, Michael D'Orso||A Better Way to Think About Business: How Personal Integrity Leads to Corporate Success, by Robert C. Solomon (1999)|
|Eighty Exemplary Ethics Statements, by Patrick E. Murphy (Ed.). (1997)||How
Good People Make Tough Choices: Resolving the Dilemmas of Ethical Living,
by Rushworth M. Kidder (1996)
[Kidder is President of the Institute for Global Ethics]
|Global Codes of Conduct: An Idea Whose Time Has Come (The John W. Houck Notre Dame Series in Business Ethics), by Oliver F. Williams (Editor)||The Mission Statement Book: 301 Corporate Mission Statements from America's Top Companies, by Jeffrey Abrahams. Ten Speed Press, 1995.|
|Good Intentions Aside: A Manager's Guide to Resolving Ethical Problems, by Laura Nash (1993)||Business in Government and Society: Ethical, International Decision-Making, by Frederick Maidment, et al. (1999)|
|It's Good Business: Ethics and Free Enterprise for the New Millennium, by Robert C. Solomon (1997)||Common Interest, Common Good: Creating Value Through Business and Social Sector Partnerships, by Shirley Sagawa, et al (1999)|
|The Stakeholder Strategy: Profiting from Collaborative Business Relationships by Ann Svendsen, (1998)||Ethics, the Heart of Leadership, by Joanne B. Ciulla (Ed.) (1998)|
|Beyond the Bottom Line: Putting Social Responsibility to Work for Your Business and the World, by Joel Makower (1995)||Practical Business Ethics, by Warren A. French, John Granrose. (1994)|
|Beyond Integrity, by Scott B. Rae, Kenman L. Wong (Eds.) (1996)||Leadership and the Quest for Integrity, by Joseph L., Jr. Badaracco, Richard R. Ellsworth (1993)|
Business Ethics Textbooks:
Business Ethics: Case Studies and Selected Readings, by Marianne M. Jennings (1998)
Ethics: Concepts and Cases,
by Manuel G.
|Business Ethics, by Richard T. DeGeorge. (1999)||Case Studies in Business Ethics, by Thomas Donaldson and Al Gini (eds) (1995)|
|Case Studies in Business, Society, and Ethics, by Tom L. Beauchamp (Editor). (1997)||Blackwell
Encyclopedic Dictionary of Business Ethics
Encyclopedia of Management), by Patricia Werhane, R. Edward Freeman
|Can Ethics Be Taught?: Perspectives, Challenges, and Approaches at the Harvard Business School, by Thomas R. Piper, et al (1993)|
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