Recommendations of ‘Ethics – The Future of Management’

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Very impressive work

Yves Fassin, Professor, Vlerick Business School, Belgium


Zuzana Melikova, PhD student, Better Future, Slovakia

Thank you very much for your manuscript. I think it contains a lot of material very well digested and worth transferring to others. I wish you to publish the version as soon as you decide it’s ready.

Grazyna Lebkowska, Professor, University of Warsawa, Professor, University of Minnesota

I think your focus on organisational ethics is very important (particularly in Europe where this focus is gaining recognition only slowly). To define ethics only as individual ethics is a capital mistake (not supported by key moral philosophers like Aristotle, Kant and Mill). Moreover, I think ethics (and thus business ethics) also includes systemic ethics (of the economic system, capitalism, etc.).

Georges Enderle Professor of International Business Ethics, University of Notre Dame

…well-written, current, with appropriate use of moral theory.

Beverly Kracher, Professor in Business Ethics & Society, Director, Business Ethics Alliance

A gold mine

Anne Kristine Haugestad, PhD student

Thank you so much for your manuscript which is really very interesting and very useful for [this] crisis time especially. It provides a good background for building intellectual bridges not only between experts in ethics, CRS and governance (these fields are, so often, treated separately by professional groups) but also – more generally – between academics and managers.

Tomasz Ochinowski, PhD student, Dozent University of Warsaw

Ethical problems and discussions have gone on as long as humans have been able to verbalise opinions. Chapters 1–4 cover well the basic element you would expect in this context. Chapter 1 is a broad and good start.

The practices that we need to know and learn from are presented in chapters 5-6, with the most important international agreements in chapter 7. There are some good cases in chapter 8 before a more normative and well-timed discussion in chapter 9. This chapter also introduces governance, and differentiates between four types: corporate, financial, ecological and business. This is meaningful to me and I agree on all main points.

Thomas Laudal, Assistant Professor, University of Stavanger