Ethics in international business: multinational approaches to child labor
- The Cultural Dimension of Human Resources in Slovenia from the Perspective of Austrian Business. Langer, Josef // EBS Review;Autumn2003, Issue 17, p115
The article investigates the cultural dimension of human resource in Slovenia from the perspective of Austrian business. It states that varying business practices in the region are not considered obstacles for business connections. Languages used by Austrian firms when negotiating with Slovenian...
- The Attempt to Regulate Industrial Relations through International Codes of Conduct. Rowan, Richard L.; Campbell, Duncan C. // Columbia Journal of World Business;Summer83, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p64
Intergovernmental organizations, such as the OECD, ILO, and the European Community, have been extremely active in an effort to formulate and implement codes of conduct for multinational corporations. The authors present an update of these codes and analyze their potential impact in the field of...
- Towards an Ethical Research Agenda for International HRM: The Possibilities of a Plural Cosmopolitan Framework. Janssens, Maddy; Steyaert, Chris // Journal of Business Ethics;Nov2012, Vol. 111 Issue 1, p61
In this conceptual paper, we aim to develop a much needed ethical research agenda for international Human Resource Management (HRM), given that the changing geopolitical dynamics interrogate the political role of multinational companies and the ethical stance they take in their HRM practices. To...
- The Possibilities of Cosmopolitanism and Postcolonialism for an Ethical Stance on International HRM. Janssens, Maddy; Steyaert, Chris // Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings;2012, p1
Starting from postcolonial critiques that IHRM takes a very clichÃ©-oriented approach towards the other, we explore how a cosmopolitan framework may help IHRM to inscribe an ethical stance in its research agenda. Exploring the plurality of cosmopolitan perspectives, we distinguish two main...
- The ethics of international business. Kinnear, James W. // Vital Speeches of the Day;7/1/95, Vol. 61 Issue 18, p561
Presents a speech by the retired President and Chief Executive Officer of Texaco Inc., given at the 35th Annual Naval Academy Foreign Affairs Conference, dealing with ethics in international business.
- Escaping from ethics myopia: A model for management. Young, Kitty Y. // International Journal of Management;Sep97 Part 2, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p395
Studies the ethical behavior of multinational firms. Emphasis on ethical fairness; Different approaches to business ethics; Myopic and foresighted views on business ethics; Introduction of a framework for ethical behavior in foreign investment decisions.
- Emerging Ethical Issues in International Business. Fritzsche, David J. // SAM Advanced Management Journal (07497075);Fall90, Vol. 55 Issue 4, p42
Focuses on emerging ethical issues in international business. Discussion on applied ethics; Details on moral standards used to evaluate moral issues in work practice; Information on international events raising ethical issues in the business environment.
- Creating Strategic Windows: The Increasing Role of Subsidiary Boards in Japanese, European, and North American MNCs. Kriger, Mark P. // Academy of Management Best Papers Proceedings;1986, p92
Little research has been done to date on the role of subsidiary boards in MNCs. A two-phase survey research design yielded responses from 89 subsidiaries in 36 MNCs based in Europe, North America, and Japan. Results indicate an increasingly active use of these boards in advisory, environmental...
- International HRM: The Dutch Experience. Jagersma, P.K.; van Gorp, D.M. // Journal of General Management;Winter2002, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p75
Explores international human resources management (HRM) policies implemented by a variety of international companies based in the Netherlands. Quality of international HRM policies; Use of internationalism as a tool for achieving specific growth objectives; Key issues that need to be addressed...