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Business Ethics. A Virtue Ethics and Common Good Approach

Business Ethics. A Virtue Ethics and Common Good Approach

Alejo José G. Sison, Ignacio Ferrero, and Gregorio Guitián (eds.), New York: Routledge, 2018, 208 pp.

Foreword (Barry Schwartz)

Editorial preface (Alejo José G. Sison, Ignacio Ferrero and Gregorio Guitián)

I. Virtues and the common good in business (Alejo José G. Sison, Ignacio Ferrero and Gregorio Guitián)

II. Virtues and the common good in leadership (Matthias P. Hühn, Marcel Meyer and Aliza Racelis)

III. Virtues and the common good in finance (Alejo José G. Sison, Ignacio Ferrero, Gregorio Guitián, Marta Rocchi and Andrea Roncella)

IV. Virtues and the common good in production (Germán Scalzo)

V. Virtues and the common good in marketing (Pablo García Ruiz and Carlos Rodríguez Lluesma)

VI. Virtues and the common good in human resource management (Javier Pinto-Garay and María José Bosch)

VII. Virtues and common good in corporate legal practice (Kemi Ogunyemi and J. Brooke Hamilton)

VIII. Practical wisdom in corporate governance (Alejo José G. Sison and Matthias P. Hühn)

IX. Confucian traditions in virtue ethics (Richard Kim, Reuben Mondejar, Richard Roque and Javier Cuervo)

By Alejo José G. Sison

A monthly blog on “Work, virtues, and flourishing”

Let me explain the title, “Work, virtues, and flourishing”. Few things people loathe and love at the same time or in turns as work. The loathing part is easy to understand. Work can make you sick or want to phone in sick. And although the conditions and environment matter, it’s usually more about the boss who is a pain than the pay that makes people complain. Be that as it may, like growing old, the alternative to not working, however, is plainly worse..."