- A New Mindset for Business Education
In this book chapter I refine stakeholder theory by identifying its connection to the traditional attention given by business managers to shareholders via the notion of the intangible assets of a firm as they are affected by moral conduct....
Citation: "A New Mindset for Business Education," in Rethinking Business Management, S. Gregg & J. Stoner, eds., Princeton: The Witherspoon Institute, 2008.
Areas of Interest: Education, Leadership, Theory
- Building Reputational Capital
The book examines the basic principles of integrity and fairness with which business firms can build an enduring reputation....
Citation: Building Reputational Capital: Strategies for Integrity and Fair Play That Improve the Bottom Line (Oxford University Press, 2004).
Areas of Interest: Theory - Shareholder, Theory - Stakeholder
- Global Corporate Governance: Soft Law and Reputational Accountability
In this article I show how corporate governance can focus on the role of soft law in today's global environment. Soft law is analyzed as a mechanism for constraining corporate behavior. In reconciling financial and social imperatives, firms are advised to consider the impact of compliance with soft law on reputational capital....
Citation: Brooklyn Journal of International Law, Volume 35, Number 1 (2010) pp. 41-106.
Areas of Interest: Accountability, Accountability - Auditing, Accountability - Certification, Accountability - Reporting, Corporate Governance, Corporate Governance - Self-Regulation, Corporate Governance - Transparency, Corporate Social Responsibility, Globalization, Human Rights, Leadership, Public Policy - Regulation, Sustainability