Professor Gary Jason, PhD | Business Ethics Resource Center | Part 1
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Business Ethics Resource Center | Part 1

PH312 Business Ethics: Online Reading List

Reading #1: Wiki on business ethics.

Reading #2: Mutual Fund Education Alliance on risk vs. reward.

Reading #3: Russell on risk vs. reward.

Reading #4: Sweeney on LLC vs. Corporation.

Reading #5: Daszkowski on franchises.

Reading #6: SBA FAQS.

Reading #7: Lectlaw on common law.

Reading #8: Wiki on common law.

Reading #9: Wiki on sovereign immunity.

Reading #10: Jane Shaw on Public Choice Theory.

Reading #11: Wiki on moral hazard.

Reading #12: Johnson on the agency problem.

Reading #13: Bastiat “What is Seen and What is Not Seen.”

Reading #14: Wiki on natural vs. legal rights.

Reading #15: Wiki on negative vs. positive rights.

Reading #16: Wiki on virtue ethics.

Reading #17: Friedman on the social responsibility of business.

Reading #18: Wiki on the stakeholder theory.

Reading #19: Marx on estranged labour.

Reading #20: Federwish on the transformation of work.

Reading #21: Williams on disappearing manufacturing jobs.

Reading #22: Perry on the truth about U.S. manufacturing.

Reading #23: Brooks “I love my work.”

Reading #24: WSJ on the human wealth of nations.

Reading #25: Wiki on creative destruction.

Reading #26: The Economist on Schumpeter.

Reading #27: Will on creative destruction.

Reading #28: Wiki on labor unions.

Reading #29: Wiki on yellow-dog contracts.

Reading #30: Wiki on minimum wage.

Reading #31: Wilson on the negative effects of minimum wage laws.

Reading #32: Schulman “Little brother is watching you”

Reading #33: WSJ “The Boss is Watching.”

Reading #34: WSJ “Should companies monitor their employee’s social media.”

Reading #35: Farrell “The Enron Whistle-blower who wasn’t.”

Reading #36: Purely Branded “The Four Ps of Marketing.”

Reading #37: Wiki on product liability.

Reading #38: Trowbridge/Walker on the FDA’s deadly track record.

Reading #39: Norton on unintended consequences.

Reading #40: Wiki on unintended consequence.

Reading #41: Shane on unintended consequences.

Reading #42: Ingrimayne.com on rent-seeking.

Reading #43: Wiki on rent seeking.

Reading #44: Wikiverse on rent-seeking.

Reading #45: WSJ “Rival Chains Secretly Fund Opposition to Wal-Mart.”

Reading #46: Crews on Ten Thousands Commandments.

Reading #47: Leonhardt “Maybe Money Does Buy Happiness After All.”

Reading #48: Wiki on Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.

Reading #49: Wiki on dumping.

Reading #50: Wiki on sweatshop.

Reading #51: Wiki on the Silk Road.

Reading #52: Wiki on mercantilism.

Reading #53: Wiki on absolute advantage.

Reading #54: Wiki on comparative advantage.

Reading #55: Wiki on GATT.

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