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A mix of practitioners, regulators, commentators and campaigners, each carefully chosen for their blend of insight and experience, throw light on a range of issues including international regulation, ethical dilemmas in the workplace, management education and the debate about 'responsible capitalism'. Content: Front Matter • Introduction • Table of Contents 1. The Role and Limits of Ethics Legislation - The US Experience 2. Beyond the Limitations of a Written Code of Ethics 3. Recruiting Ethics - Citigroup, Corporate Governance and the Institutionalization of Compliance 4. The Role of NGOs in Creating an Ethical Climate for International Business 5. Human Rights in Business: The Scope of Accountability - A New Horizon 6. Inter-Governmental Initiatives in Support of Appropriate Standards of Business Conduct - Are They Effective? 7. The Role of Ethical Business Practice in Latin America - The Case of Mexico 8. The Development of Business Ethics and Corporate Governance in Latin America 9. Ethics in Financial Markets 10. Ethics and Entrepreneurship - A Comparative Perspective 11. Ethics and Management Challenges 12. Shaping Tomorrow's Managers - How Can Business Schools Tackle the Teaching of Responsible Business Behaviour? 13. Towards a Responsible Capitalism Index
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