Ethics and Entrepreneurship
The Ruffin Series of the Society for Business Ethics, Volume 3
R. Edward Freeman and Sankaran Venkataraman, Editors
Ethics and Entrepreneurship brings together the ideas of the top scholars in entrepreneurship and those in business ethics. It addresses the question of the connection between entrepreneurship and ethics, and delves into the very heart of capitalism. If value creation and trade are at the center of the human activity known as business, what is the role of ethics in that activity?
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George Brenkert leads with an overview of the ethical issues in entrepreneurship. S. Venkataraman argues that one of the main business ethics frameworks, stakeholder theory, is incomplete without paying attention to the equilibrating forces of entrepreneurship. Donna Wood and Jeanne Logsdon suggest that corporate citizenship plays a key role in understanding these issues. The volume also includes papers by Saras Sarasvarthy, Daniel R. Gilbert Jr., Ramakrishna Velamuri, Jeffrey Harrison, Dean Shepherd and Moren Levesque, Steven Michael, Sandra Waddock, Ron Mitchell, Robbin Derry, Martin Calkins, Brad Brown, and Richard Nielsen.
· ISBN-13: 978-1-889680-24-8 · ISBN: 1-889680-24-9 · 246 pages, 15 contributions · Published 2002 ·
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