fix articles 45747, ethics
AMERICAN JOURNALISTC ETHICS (tags)
It is easier to find an American Nazi than an ethical American journalist.
The Financial and Economic Crisis as a Normative Orientation Crisis (tags)
Prof. Ulrich presents three core theses: (1) Economics is not an end-in-itself but the means to the good life and human coexistence. (2) There is no "free" enterprise system free of ethical and political prerequisites. (3) The need for emancipatory economic citizenship rights.
Banking in Crisis" Towards a Responsible Organization (tags)
Luc Van Liedekerke, 1962, Professor of business ethics at the University of Leuven and Antwerp, Director of the Center for Economics and Ethics, KULeuven. Wim Dubbink, 1964, professor of business ethics at the University of Tilburg
THE ETHICS OF THE CONVENIENCE OR THE JOURNALISTIC SUICIDE (tags)
Should we bury the ethics because of the politics?
Virginia Sen. Allen didn't disclose stock options as rules required (tags)
Do your really think Congress can police its self and stop corruption. No way! Congress by the defination of government is corrupt
Economism, Economic Ethics and Donations (tags)
Economism is the great ideology of our time. It claims that (1) resisting the market is impossible and (2) submitting to the market is best for everyone. Both are not true. Embedding the market in principles of useful-ness to life has a priority as an ordering task.
"Managers Do Not Only Serve Shareholders" (tags)
"It is not legitimate to exploit every conceivable outsourcing chance. It is not legitimate to declare jobs superfluous to realize double-digit profits.. Profit cannot be the only maxim of good entrepreneural conduct.."
Media Witchhunt in the Time of Empire (tags)
In the witch hunt for media rogues the Chicago Tribune's Public Editor, Don Wycliff, has reached a new zenith of perversity...
Will Bush Administration Respond to the Assaults with Indiscriminate Violence? (tags)
Between The Lines' Melinda Tuhus spoke with Joy Gordon, an attorney and professor of philosophy at Fairfield University in Connecticut, who specializes in the study of ethics and human rights.