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  1. Doing Business with Animals : Moral Entrepreneurship and Ethical Room for Manoeuvre in Livestock Related Sector.V. M. M. Pompe - unknown
    The overall objective of this dissertation is to study moral entrepreneurship within animal and business ethics in relation to moral change. In particular the current capability in bringing about moral change and its potential to do so.
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  • Moral Entrepreneurship: Resource Based Ethics.Vincent Pompe - 2013 - Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 26 (2):313-332.
    This article studies the role of entrepreneurship in business ethics and promotes a resource-based ethics. The need for and usefulness of this form of ethics emerge from an analysis of contemporary business ethics that appears to be inefficacious and from a moral business practice formed out of the relationship between the veal calf industry of the VanDrie Group and the Dutch Society for the Protection of Animals in their development and implementation of a Welfare Hallmark for calves. Both organizations created (...)
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  • The Social Responsibility of Managers: Reassessing and Integrating Diverse Perspectives.Steven Globerman - 2011 - Business and Society Review 116 (4):509-532.
    ABSTRACTThe social responsibility of business has been a prominent issue in the academic and practitioner literatures, as well as in the curricula of business schools, for many years. While Friedman's iconic defense of profit maximization as the responsibility of management has been widely and extensively assailed, emerging positions on the role of business in society offer little clear and practical guidance to current managers, as well as Masters of Business Administration students. I argue in this article that the focus of (...)
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