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    The Ethics of Affective Leadership: Organizing Good Encounters Without Leaders.Iain Munro & Torkild Thanem - 2018 - Business Ethics Quarterly 28 (1):51-69.
    ABSTRACT:This article addresses the fundamental question of what is ethical leadership by rearticulating relations between leaders and followers in terms of “affective leadership.” The article develops a Spinozian conception of ethics which is underpinned by a deep suspicion of ethical systems that hold obedience as a primary virtue. We argue that the existing research into ethical leadership tends to underplay the ethical capacities of followers by presuming that they are in need of direction or care by morally superior leaders. In (...)
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    Dissensus! Radical Democracy and Business Ethics.Carl Rhodes, Iain Munro, Torkild Thanem & Alison Pullen - 2020 - Journal of Business Ethics 164 (4):627-632.
    In this introductory essay, we outline the relationship between political dissensus and radical democracy, focusing especially on how such a politics might inform the study of business ethics. This politics is located historically in the failure of liberal democracy to live up to its promise, as well as the deleterious response to that from reactionary populism, strong-man authoritarianism, and exploitative capitalism. In the context of these political vicissitudes, we turn to radical democracy as a form of contestation that offers hope (...)
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    “Moral Distance” in Organizations: An Inquiry Into Ethical Violence in the Works of Kafka.Christian Huber & Iain Munro - 2014 - Journal of Business Ethics 124 (2):1-11.
    In this paper, we demonstrate that the works of Franz Kafka provide an exemplary resource for the investigation of “moral distance” in organizational ethics. We accomplish this in two ways, first by drawing on Kafka’s work to navigate the complexities of the debate over the ethics of bureaucracy, using his work to expand and enrich the concept of “moral distance.” Second, Kafka’s work is used to investigate the existence of “ethical violence” within organizations which entails acts of condemnation and cruelty (...)
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  4. Codes of Ethics. Some Uses and Abuses.Iain Munro - 1997 - In Peter W. F. Davies (ed.), Current Issues in Business Ethics. Routledge. pp. 97--106.
     
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    Applying Process Thought in Organization Studies.Iain Munro - 2003 - Process Studies 32 (2):183-195.
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