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Submissions from 2018

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You have our permission not to grow, Jason M. Pattit and Katherina Glac Ph.D.

Submissions from 2017

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Using UNPRME to Teach, Research, and Enact Business Ethics: Insights from the Catholic Identity Matrix for Business Schools, Kenneth Goodpaster, Dean Maines, Michael Naughton, and Brian Shapiro

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Virtual Special Issue on Humanities and Business Ethics, Christopher Michaelson

Submissions from 2016

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Can Business Help to Cultivate Peace and Wellbeing? A Pedagogical Case Study, Amy C. Finnegan, Michael C. Klein, Christopher Michaelson, and Sheneeta W. White

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Indifference and Secondary Liability for Copyright Infringement, Richard G. Kunkel

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A Novel Approach to Business Ethics Education: Exploring How to Live and Work in the 21st Century, Christopher Michaelson

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Business in the Work and World of David Foster Wallace, Christopher Michaelson

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Useless and Disinterested: How Literature Makes Us Better, Christopher Michaelson

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Moral Hazard in Pediatrics, Christopher Michaelson and Donald Brunnquell

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Beyond Dodd-Frank: Pinning Down the Octozilla of Too-Big-to-Fail with Multiple Market Instruments, Dale B. Thompson

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Teaching the Business Law & Ethics of Arbitration after Concepcion, Dale B. Thompson

Submissions from 2015

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“Employee Non-competes and Consideration: A Proposed Good Faith Standard for the 'Afterthought' Agreement”, Michael J. Garrison and John T. Wendt

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Institutional constraints and enablers: An introduction to the special topic forum on extreme operating environments, Virginia Gerde and Christopher Michaelson

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Who Owns Employee Works? Pitfalls in a Globally Distributed Work Environment, Susan J. Marsnik and Romain Lorentz

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Accounting for meaning: On §22 of David Foster Wallace’s the pale king, Christopher Michaelson

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Executive compensation and moral luck, Christopher Michaelson

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How reading novels can help management scholars cultivate ambiculturalism, Christopher Michaelson

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How to live without certainty, without being paralyzed by hesitation, Christopher Michaelson and Virginia Gerde

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The concussion crisis in the national hockey league, John J. Miller and John T. Wendt

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Bounded ethicality and the principle that 'ought' implies can, Rosemarie Monge

Submissions from 2014

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Faculty ownership of the assurance of learning process: Determinants of faculty engagement and continuing challenges, Michael J. Garrison and Richard J. Rexeisen

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The Influence of Shareholders on Corporate Social Responsibility, Katherina Glac Ph.D.

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Areas of Privacy in Facebook: Expectations and Value, Katherina Glac Ph.D., Dawn Elm, and Kirsten Martin

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Kantian virtue ethics in the context of business: How practically useful can it be?, Daryl Koehn

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Setting the Stage: Using a Simulation as a First Day of Class Exercise, Susan J. Marsnik