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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 14, Number 3, July 2005

Executive summaries
pp. 187-189(3)

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Corporate involvement in human rights: is it any of their business?
pp. 190-205(16)
Authors: Arkani, Sep; Theobald, Robin

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Beyond sweatshops: positive deviancy and global labour practices
pp. 206-222(17)
Authors: Arnold, Denis G.; Hartman, Laura P.

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Is bribery a culturally acceptable practice in Mauritius?
pp. 231-249(19)
Author: Napal, Geetanee

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The attitude of a town's pub licensees to their responsibilities
pp. 250-260(11)
Author: Pratten, John D.

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Personal versus professional ethics in confidentiality decisions: an exploratory study in Western Europe
pp. 277-289(13)
Authors: Arnold, Donald F.; Bernardi, Richard A.; Neidermeyer, Presha E.; Schmee, Josef

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Why teach ethics to accounting students? A response to the sceptics
pp. 290-300(11)
Authors: Bampton, Roberta; Maclagan, Patrick

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Ethical codes, independence and the conservation of ambiguity
pp. 301-316(16)
Authors: Page, Michael; Spira, Laura F.

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