The Australian Journal of Professional and Applied Ethics
Volume 14, No 2 2013
Selected papers from the inaugural conference of the Australasian Business Ethics Network (ABEN), 12-14 December 2013, Melbourne
Conceptual Equivalence and Practical Divergence: The Deterrent Value of Ministerial responsibility and Command Responsibility: Carmel O'Sullivan and Mark Lauchs
Spirituality in the Workplace: A Solution to Ethical Problems?: Ruth Walker and Alastair S. Gunn
The 'Market Rate' Justification for CEO Pay: Scott Elaurant and Julian Lamont
The Ethics of Earnings Management: Moral Intensity and Decision Making: Jeanette Ng, Gregory P. White and Alina Lee
Ecology and Peace: Activist Work for Global Health: Jane Duran
Anna Corbo Crehan Charles Sturt University
Andrew Alexandra University of Melbourne, Charles Sturt University
Anna Corbo Crehan Charles Sturt University
Igor Primoratz Charles Sturt University
C.A.J. Coady University of Melbourne
Stephen Cohen University of New South Wales
Seumas Miller Charles Sturt University
John Weckert Charles Sturt University
On-line Editor: Michael Collingridge Charles Sturt University
Warwick Blood University of Canberra
John Boatright Loyola University of Chicago
Wendy Bowles Charles Sturt University
Terrell Ward Bynum Southern Connecticut State University
Margaret Coady University of Melbourne
Fred D'Agostino University of New England
Michael Davis Illinios Institute of Technology
James Griffin University of Oxford
Ravindra Jain Jawaharlal Nehru University
John Kleinig John Jay College, Charles Sturt University
Colonel Charles R. Myers US Air Force Academy
Denise Myerson University of Cape Town
Noel Preston Queensland University of Technology
Tom Regan University of North Carolina
Sam Ricketson Monash University
Alper Riza Queen's Counsel, London
Simon Rogerson De Montfort University
Charles Sampford Griffith University
Henry Shue Cornell University
Zhang Xiaoming Chinese Academy of the Social Sciences
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