The Center's Director, Fellows, Advisory Board members, and affiliated faculty from across the Albers School of Business and Economics work in numerous fields, making contributions to the study of business ethics and corporate responsibility. Explore their work below.
Kimbro, M. (2011). Corruption primer: the role of culture, religion, wealth and governance. Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting 3(3): 166-193.
Kimbro, M. (2002). A cross-country empirical investigation of corruption and its relationship to economic, cultural and institutional variables. Journal of Accounting, Auditing & Finance 17(4): 325-350.
Le, Q., Rishi, M. (2006). Corruption and capital flight: an empirical assessment. International Economic Journal 20(4): 523-540.
Ashrafi, M., Adams, M., Walker, T., Magnan, G. (2018). How corporate social responsibility can be integrated into corporate sustainability: a theoretical review of their relationships. International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology 25(8): 672-682.
Brown-Liburd, H., Cohen, J., Zamora, V. (2018). CSR disclosure items used as fairness heuristics in the investment decision. Journal of Business Ethics 152(1): 275-289.
Brown-Liburd, H., Zamora, V. (2015). The role of corporate social responsibility (CSR) assurance in investors’ judgments when managerial pay is explicitly tied to CSR performance. Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory 34(1): 75-96.
Cotten M. & Lasprogata, G. (2012). Corporate citizenship and creative collaboration: best practices for cross-sector partnership. Journal of Law, Business and Ethics. 18.
Goel, G. & Rishi, M. (2012). Tackling the menace of poverty by capacity building: case-based evidence on multi-sectoral partnerships in India. International Journal of Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation. 1: 361-372.
Lasprogata, G. & Cotten, M. (2003). Contemplating ‘enterprise’: the business and legal challenges of social entrepreneurship. American Business Law Journal Volume 41(1): 67-114.
Ludescher, J. & Mahsud, R. (2010). Opening Pandora’s box: corporate social responsibility exposed. The Independent Review: A Journal of Political Economy 15(1):123-131.
Obermiller, C., Burke, C., Talbott, E., Green, G. (2009). Tastes great or more fulfilling: the effect of brand reputation on consumer social responsibility advertising for fair trade coffee. Corporate Reputation Review 12(2): 159-176.
Jensen, G., Johnson, R., Phillips, J. (1993). Socially responsible investing: using human resource policy as a selection criterion. Journal of Business and Economic Studies 2(1):9-22.
Jensen, G., Johnson, R., Phillips, J. (1994). Catholic social teaching and human resource policy: implications for equity investors. On the Condition of Labor and the Social Question One Hundred Years Later, edited by Thomas O. Nitsch, Joseph M. Phillips and Edward Fitzsimmons, Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 1994.
Cohen, J., Manzon, G., Zamora, V. (2015). Contextual and individual dimensions of taxpayer decision-making. Journal of Business Ethics 126(4): 631-647.
Smith, J. & Dubbink, W. (2011). Understanding the role of moral principles in business ethics: a Kantian perspective. Business Ethics Quarterly 21(2): 205-231.
Hassan, S., Mahsud, R., Yukl, G., Prussia, G. (2013). Ethical and empowering leadership and leader effectiveness. Journal of Managerial Psychology 28(2): 133-146.
Mahsud, R., Yukl, G., Prussia, G. (2010). Leader empathy, ethical leadership and relations-oriented behaviors as antecedents of leader-member exchange. Journal of Managerial Psychology 25(6): 561-577.
Rothausen, T.J. (2017). Integrating leadership development with Ignatian spirituality: A model for designing a spiritual leader development practice. Journal of Business Ethics 145(4), 811-829.
Rothausen, T.J. (2007). Making the impact of gender on business leadership visible: A tool for use in organizations and education. Leadership Review 7, 93-110.
Tyler, T., Dienhart, J., Thomas, T. (2008). The ethical commitment to compliance: building value-based cultures. California Management Review 50(2): 31-51.
Carrithers, D. & Peterson, D. (2011). Integrating a social justice perspective in economics education: creating a distinctly catholic education. A Journal of Inquiry and Practice 13(4) 415-436.
Carrithers, D. & Peterson, D. (2006). Conflicting views of markets and economic justice: implications for student learning. Journal of Business Ethics 69(4): 373-387.
Arneson, D. & Blizinsky, M. (1995). Cable television: will federal regulation protect the public interest? American Business Law Journal 32(4): 627-650.
King, N., Pillay, S., Lasprogata, G. (2006). Workplace privacy and discrimination issues related to genetic data: a comparative law study of the European Union and the United States. American Business Law Journal. Volume 43: 79-171