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    The only solution to the decline in business ethics: Ethical managers.William P. Cordeiro - 2003 - Teaching Business Ethics 7 (3):265-277.
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    Should Business Ethics Be Different in Transitional Economies?William P. Cordeiro - 2003 - Journal of Business Ethics 47 (4):327 - 334.
    This paper builds on a debate between Velasquez and Fleming: Do multinational enterprises (MNEs) have ethical obligations to their host countries? Velasquez applies Thomas Hobbes' realism approach in arguing that MNEs have no special moral obligations to host countries: (a) obligations do not exist independently in a "state of nature," (b) MNEs exist in a "state of nature" independent of any sovereign authority or power, (c) therefore, MNEs cannot be compelled toward moral or ethical behavior. Fleming counters that the lack (...)
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    Suggested management responses to ethical issues raised by technological change.William P. Cordeiro - 1997 - Journal of Business Ethics 16 (12-13):1393-1400.
    The development of technology raises an array of ethical issues related to work. Many of these ethical issues are old issues surfacing under new guises. Technology has not changed the issues, but technology makes the issues' analysis and application more complex. This paper identifies several new ethical issues raised by technological change: computer crime, an over-reliance on computer controlled systems, bio-technical developments, degradation of quality-of-life at work and new categories of work-related injuries. These issues are discussed in the context of (...)
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    Additional Suggestions for Management to Respond to Ethical Issues Raised by Technological Change.William P. Cordeiro - 2009 - Journal of Information Ethics 18 (1):54-66.