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  1. Regulating the Invisible Hand: A Contradiction?Stephen H. Unger - forthcoming - Ends and Means.
     
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  2. Range Voting: Packing More Information Into a Vote.Stephen H. Unger - 2008 - Ends and Means 3 (11):07.
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    Ethical Aspects of Bribing People in Other Countries.Stephen H. Unger - 1998 - Science and Engineering Ethics 4 (3):287-290.
    Some argue that individuals and organizations doing business in countries where corruption is prevalent should not be expected to adhere to strict standards of ethical practice. The basis for such arguments is faulty. Ethics, unlike etiquette, has a universal basis; it is fundamentally the same all over the world. Even in a practical sense, there are long range advantages to be gained by ethical behavior in these situations. Engineering employees of companies operating in areas where corruption is common are sometimes (...)
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    Examples of Real World Engineering Ethics Problems.Stephen H. Unger - 2000 - Science and Engineering Ethics 6 (3):423-430.
    Nine examples are presented illustrating the kinds of problems encountered in actual practice by conscientious engineers. These cases are drawn fom the records of the IEEE Ethics Committee, and from the experience of the ethics help-line initiated recently by the Online Ethics Center for Engineering and Science. They range from situations in which companies try to cheat one another to those in which human health and safety are jeopardized. In one case, an engineer learned that even a quiet resignation can (...)
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    How to INsource American Jobs.Stephen H. Unger - forthcoming - Ends and Means.
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    The Growing Need for High Ethical Standards in Engineering.Stephen H. Unger - 2002 - Business and Professional Ethics Journal 21 (1):65-73.
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    Pioneer Killer Products: Asbestos, Lead, and Tobacco.Stephen H. Unger - forthcoming - Ends and Means.
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