Ethics & Business.

Sustainability, Social responsibility and Ethical instruments

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pp. 630,      1a edizione  2010   (Codice editore 1529.2.111)

Ethics & Business. Sustainability, Social responsibility and Ethical instruments
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In breve

Ethics and business: the main challenge. The key issues: sustainability, social responsibility and the ethical instruments. But what are the instruments of ethics? How do we recognize a form of behaviour as ethically correct? What is a social responsible organization? At the European Union level, what are the main directives and guidelines? What about at the international level?

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Ethics and business: the main challenge. The key issues: sustainability, social responsibility and the ethical instruments. But what are the instruments of ethics? How do we recognize a form of behaviour as ethically correct? What is a social responsible organization? At the European Union level, what are the main directives and guidelines? What about at the international level?

Barbara Bertagni is a trainer and a people developer, an anthropologist, an epistemologist and a clinical psychologist. A founder and managing partner of LKN-LOGOS Knowledge Network (Switzerland and European Union) and of GWKGrowth Wisdom Knowledge (Hong Kong).
Michele La Rosa is a professor of Sociology of work and of Sociology of Economics by the Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Bologna. In the same university, he is also the President of the Sociology degree program and of the Occupation, market and environment master program. He manages CIDOSPEL - The International Center for Documentation and Sociological Studies on Work Issues.
Fernando Salvetti specializes in skills for global business, cross-cultural intelligence and people development as a founder and managing partner of LKNLOGOS Knowledge Network (Switzerland and European Union). He is also a founder and a managing partner of GWK-Growth Wisdom Knowledge (Hong Kong) and of some other parent companies, based in several countries.

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Contents:
Barbara Bertagni, Michele La Rosa and
Fernando Salvetti,
Ethics & Business
First Part. Sustainability and Ethics
Barbara Bertagni, Educating responsibility
Josep Lozano,
We need company vision and country vision: an interpretation of corporate social responsibility
Jean-Louis Laville,
Solidarity and sustainable development: a theoretical framework for reflecting on corporate responsibility
Philippe Van Parijs,
The "spotlight and the microphone": Must business be socially responsible and can it?
Jos Leys,
The "spotlight", the "microphone", "the stage" and "the table": four mechanisms for the development of a sustainable economy
Lorenzo Morri,
Ethics and Economics: the conceptual backdrop to separation and unity
Second Part. Instruments of Ethics and Social Responsibility
Fernando Salvetti, The ethics of instruments and the managerial job
Fernando Salvetti,
Appendix 1 - Code of ethics: construction and contents
Fernando Salvetti,
Appendix 2 - Business Ethics Timeline
Emmanuel Toniutti, The corporate social responsibility: an inevitable movement of the 21th century
Lorenzo Morri,
Once upon a time in America: short accounts on the origins of corporate social responsibility
Claudio Stanzani, Marina Monaco,
Corporate social responsibility: directives and guidelines of the European Union
Luca Nannini,
The implementation of corporate social responsibility: the operative steps
Hervé Laroche,
Moral mazes: the world of corporate managers. An interview with Robert Jackall
Giuseppe Fortuna, The changing work ethic
Silvia Battisti,
The strength of the young and the wisdom of the old one: common place or new perspective for the companies?
Anne Salmon,
Corporate ethics and social responsibility: a challenge for capitalism?
Roger Penn,
Ethical problems in the social research world: the internal enemy?
Enzo Argante,
Responsible enterprises: For love or by force
Cesare Romiti,
Corporate social responsibility
Piero Bassetti,
Corporate responsibility: social or political?
Adolfo Guzzini,
Corporate social responsibility and ethics
Francesco Merloni,
Corporate ethics and social responsibility
Laura Radi,
Corporate social responsibility: An interview with Alessandro Benetton
Giuseppe Castelli,
Some references: a compass to orient yourself in the world of corporate social responsibility's literature. An European, mainly Italian, point of view
Third Part. Experiences and Best Practices
Barbara Bertagni, Fernando Salvetti, Managing by values: corporate ethics and philosophical counselling
Fernando Salvetti,
Ways of self-empowerment: people development as a dimension of social responsibility
Maria Luisa Parmigiani,
The corporate social responsibility and the consumer's involvement
Fabrizio Monteverde,
Social responsibility for enterprises and training on job safety
Sergio Tonfi,
Philips and sustainability: a strategy to grow, building up a better world
Sebastiano Renna,
Budget of sustainability and the stakeholders' involvement in the Granarolo Group's experience
Lorenzo Caselli and Giovanni Lombardo,
The dialogue between company and stakeholders: the contribution of the information and communication technologies
Fabio Mostaccio,
Life styles and cultural patrimony: the new ethical choices
Anne Salmon,
Ethical risk and social responsibility of the EDF Group
Filippo Bocchi, Gabriel Magli, Gianluca Principato,
Instruments of corporate social responsibility and management in Hera
Giorgio Riccioni,
Ten years of ethical code: innovations and changes in Adriatic Coop
Giorgio Gosetti, Eno Quargnolo,
The "budget of mission" and the public company: the case of the health organizations
Mario Esposito,
Stories of professional life between deontology and relationships
Massimiliano Monaci,
Trajectories of social responsibility of the local enterprises: indications from the field
Claudia Belli,
Ethics and job: thoughts in freedom
Abstracts.