Business and Society: Ethics and Stakeholder Management uses numerous case histories to help you focus on the relationships between business and society stakeholders. You will thoroughly examine major stakeholder groups and individuals--such as the government, consumers, the environment, communities, employees and owners--as well as ethical and strategic considerations. Once again, author Archie Carroll has woven cutting-edge research into an easy-to-read, understandable presentation.
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Dr. Archie B. Carroll is Robert W. Scherer Chair of Management and Corporate Public Affairs, Emeritus, and Professor of Management Emeritus in the Terry College of Business, University of Georgia. He is also part-time Director of the Nonprofit Management and Community Service Program in the Terry College. Dr. Carroll received his three academic degrees from The Florida State University in Tallahassee. He has published numerous books, chapters, articles, and encyclopedia entries. His research has appeared in the ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT JOURNAL, ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT REVIEW, BUSINESS AND SOCIETY, JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT, BUSINESS ETHICS QUARTERLY, JOURNAL OF BUSINESS ETHICS, BUSINESS ETHICS: A EUROPEAN REVIEW, and many others. He has served on the editorial review boards of BUSINESS AND SOCIETY, BUSINESS ETHICS QUARTERLY, ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT REVIEW, JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT, and the JOURNAL OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS. Professionally, he is former division chair of the Social Issues in Management (SIM) Division of the Academy of Management, a founding board member of the International Association for Business and Society (IABS), and past president of the Society for Business Ethics. He was elected Fellow of the Southern Management Association (1995) and Fellow of the Academy of Management (2005). Dr. Carroll has also been recognized with the Sumner Marcus Award (1992) for Distinguished Service by the SIM Division of the Academy of Management; Distinguished Research Award (1993) by Terry College of Business, University of Georgia, for his work in corporate social performance and business ethics; and Distinguished Service Award (2003) by the Terry College of Business. He was named Professor Emeritus (2005) and in 2008 he received the Outstanding Ph.D. Award from the College of Business, Florida State University.
Dr. Ann K. Buchholtz is Professor of Leadership and Ethics and Research Director of the Institute for Ethical Leadership in the Rutgers Business School at Rutgers University. She received her Ph.D. from the Stern School of Business at New York University. Dr. Buchholtz's research focuses on the social and ethical implications of corporate governance, in particular, and the relationship of business and society in general. Her work has appeared in BUSINESS AND SOCIETY, BUSINESS ETHICS QUARTERLY, the ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT JOURNAL, the ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT REVIEW, the JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT, ORGANIZATION SCIENCE, the JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES, and CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND INTERNATIONAL REVIEW. She serves on the editorial boards of BUSINESS AND SOCIETY and BUSINESS ETHICS QUARTERLY. Her teaching and consulting activities focus in the areas of business ethics, social issues, strategic leadership, and corporate governance. Her service learning activities in the classroom received a Trailblazer Advocate of the Year award from the Domestic Violence Council of Northeast Georgia. She is the recipient of numerous teaching awards, including Profound Effect on a Student Leader. She was also named Senior Teaching Fellow at the University of Georgia. Dr. Buchholtz is past Division Chair of the Social Issues in Management Division of the Academy of Management. She served on the ethics task force that designed a Code of Ethics for the Academy and became the inaugural chairperson of the Academy's Ethics Adjudication Committee when the code was put into effect. Prior to entering academe, Dr. Buchholtz's work focused on the education, vocational, and residential needs of individuals with disabilities. She has worked in a variety of organizations, in both managerial and consultative capacities, and has consulted with numerous public and private firms.
This is a solid Business & Society text; issue coverage is complete, and it's flexible enough to serve both a quarter and a semester course. The explicit inclusion of ethics will recommend its adoption by most business schools, particularly in these troublesome times. For me, the big pluses are its thoughtful and thought-provoking treatment grounded in solid research.
Cases are excellent, and the general treatment of ethics is more thorough than most texts. The writing style is excellent.
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