Belk College of Business UNC Charlotte
Charlotte, North Carolina
My Interest in Business Ethics
Academic - Faculty/Staff
Areas of Interest
Climate Change ; Health ; Human Rights ; Labour ; Public Policy ; Theory
Me in Brief
Professor Arnold’s research focuses on business ethics and public policy. He has published and lectured extensively on global labor practices (the “sweatshop” problem), business and human rights, and ethical issues in the pharmaceutical industry.
Professor Arnold is the author of over forty articles and chapters, many of which are reprinted in textbooks. In addition he is the author of "The Ethics of Global Business" (Blackwell) and the editor, or co-editor, of several books including "Rising Above Sweatshops: Innovative Approaches to Global Labor Challenges" (Praeger); "Ethics and the Business of Biomedicine" (Cambridge); "Ethical Theory and Business, 8th ed." (Prentice Hall); and the forthcoming "Ethics, Energy, and Climate Change."
Professor Arnold is a member of the editorial boards of the journal Business Ethics Quarterly and the five-volume Sage Encyclopedia of "Business Ethics and Society". He is also an elected member of the Executive Board of the Society for Business Ethics, the main professional organization for business ethics scholars in the United States.