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The Eighth Annual International Conference Promoting Business Ethics October 24-26, 2001 Sponsored by the U.S. Vincentian Universities: DePaul University Niagara University St. John‟s University Hosted by DePaul University 1 at The Standard Club 320 South Plymouth Court Chicago, IL 60604 Welcome to the Eighth Annual International Conference Promoting Business Ethics! We at DePaul University are pleased to be hosting this year‟s conference. We hope that it will be an exciting and rewarding time for everyone; and with such a fine line-up of presenters and speakers, we have every reason to believe that it will be. If we can do anything to make your stay in our city and your time at the conference more enjoyable, please do not hesitate to ask us. The seventh floor conference registration desk at The Standard Club will also be serving as a general information desk and will be open throughout the conference. You should also feel free to flag down any one of us over these three days as we will be enjoying the conference along with everyone else but also wish to make ourselves available to you in order to help however we can. We look forward to meeting all of you and to making this a memorable experience. With best wishes, John T. Ahern, Jr. Professor of Accountancy Co-Executive Director, The Institute for Business and Professional Ethics DePaul University H. Peter Steeves Assistant Professor of Philosophy Co-Executive Director, The Institute for Business and Professional Ethics DePaul University Michele Hoffman Program Coordinator, The Institute for Business and Professional Ethics DePaul University Contact Information Professor John T. Ahern, Jr. phone 312/362-6624; firstname.lastname@example.org Professor H. Peter Steeves phone 773/325-1153; email@example.com 2 Michele Hoffman phone 312/362-8770; firstname.lastname@example.org Conference Coordinators John T. Ahern, Jr., DePaul University H. Peter Steeves, DePaul University Michele Hoffman, DePaul University Marilynn Fleckenstein, Niagara University Mary Maury, St. John‟s University Patrick Primeaux, S.M., St. John‟s University 3 Conference Site and Accommodations Where The Standard Club 320 South Plymouth Court Chicago, IL 60604 312/427-9100 Transportation The Standard Club is located within walking distance of all suburban Metra Train Stations. See < http://www.metrarail.com/maps.html> for maps and details. Driving: From O‟Hare (approximately 20 miles): In general, follow the signs to the city. Exit airport on I-190 East. This highway merges with I-90 East after 2 miles. I-90 then merges with I-94 about 5 miles later. Continue on I-90/94 (the Kennedy Expressway) into downtown Chicago. Exit at Jackson Boulevard East, and continue approximately one mile to South Plymouth Court. Turn right (South) on Plymouth Court. The Standard Club will be on the immediate right. From Midway (approximately 10 miles): Exit airport and turn left at Cicero Avenue. Proceed approximately 2 miles North to Stevenson Expressway (I-55). Turn right (North) onto Stevenson. Continue on Stevenson to Northbound Lake Shore Drive (US 41). Take Lake Shore Drive to Congress Parkway. Turn left (West) onto Congress Parkway. Continue about 1.5 miles to South Plymouth Court. Turn right (North) onto South Plymouth Court and proceed 1.5 blocks. The Standard Club will be on the left. Parking: There are several parking lots and parking garages in the immediate vicinity of The Standard Club. The hotel offers valet parking after 5:00pm. If you arrive before 5:00pm, the doorman at the hotel will be able to direct you to a parking garage that has a special arrangement with the hotel. Public Transportation: The CTA provides elevated train (EL) service from downtown Chicago to both of Chicago‟s main airports. The cost is $1.50 each way, and the EL stops are within three minutes walking distance from the hotel. From O‟Hare: take the Blue Line into the city to the Jackson stop (an approximate 45 minute ride). At State and Jackson, walk one block West on Jackson to Plymouth Court. The Standard Club will be less than half a block South on Plymouth Court. From Midway: take the Orange Line to the Library stop at State and Van Buren (an approximate 30 minute ride). Walk one half of a block West on Van Buren to Plymouth Court. Walk less than one block North on Plymouth Court to The Standard Club. Cabs, limousines, and shuttles are also available. See an attendant at the ground transportation level of the airport to hail a taxi or book a seat on a limo or shuttle. 4 Conference Registration Rate Before September 28: $300 (includes welcoming reception, two continental breakfasts, two lunches, and all conference publications) After September 28: $330 (includes welcoming reception, two continental breakfasts, two lunches, and all conference publications) Please make checks (drawn on U.S. funds) payable to: “The Institute for Business and Professional Ethics, DePaul University” Conference Registration Times and Location Registration will take place each day of the conference in the Wedgewood Room, located on the seventh floor of the hotel. The registration desk will be open the following hours: Wednesday, October 24: 9:30am-5:15pm Thursday, October 25: 7:30am-5:45pm Friday, October 25: 7:30am-5:45pm Conference Room Locations All of the sessions of the conference will take place in The Standard Club in the rooms listed in the program. The conference rooms are located in the following locations: Wedgewood Room: Seventh Floor Riviera Room: Seventh Floor Grand Ballroom: Fifth Floor Council Room: Fifth Floor Chicago Room: Fourth Floor Room 2-3: Fourth Floor Room 4-5: Fourth Floor Room 6-7: Fourth Floor Conference Meals Your conference registration includes two breakfasts and two lunches. If you require special food preparation (e.g., kosher, vegetarian, etc.) please notify Annie Wang at <email@example.com> on or before October 12, 2001, 5:00pm CDT. Please make the subject line of your e-mail read: “Business Ethics Conference Meal Request.” 5 The Conference At-a-Glance Wednesday, October 24 12:00pm-1:30pm Luncheon Speaker: Rev. John P. Minogue, C.M., President, DePaul University Topic: The Role of Religion in Business Ethics 2:00pm-3:30pm Session I Panel 1: Decision-Making and Assessment within the Corporation Panel 2: Professional Ethics I: Banking, Insurance, Hospitality Panel 3: Decision-Making, Political Orientation, and Imagination Panel 4: Technology in Business, Technology in Society 3:45pm-5:15pm Session II Panel 5: Ethics and the Internet Panel 6: Marketing and Advertising Ethics Panel 7: The Ethics of Recalls Panel 8: On-Line Privacy Panel 9: International Studies I: Turkey 5:30pm-7:00pm Welcoming Reception Thursday, October 25 8:30am-10:00am Breakfast Session Topic: Multiculturalism, Diversity, & the Workplace 10:30am-12:00pm Session III Panel 10: International Studies II: Auditors Under Pressure Panel 11: Religion, Business, and Time-Tested Codes of Ethics Panel 12: Communication, Voice, and Structure in the Corporation Panel 13: Environmental Responsibilities Panel 14: Globalization I 12:15pm-1:45pm Luncheon Session Topic: The Future of Food: Biotechnology and Agribusiness 2:00pm-4:00pm Session IV Panel 15: Issues in Teaching I: Business, Education, and Ethics Panel 16: Corporate Citizenship Panel 17: Professional Ethics II: Healthcare Panel 18: Deviance and Behavior, The Individual and the Collective Panel 19: Globalization II 4:15pm-5:45pm Session V Panel 20: Accounting and Auditing Ethics Panel 21: Business & Ethical Theory I Panel 22: Not Business as Usual Panel 23: Managerial Decision-Making I Panel 24: The Past and Future of Business Ethics Friday, October 26 8:30am-10:00am Breakfast Session Topic: Morality in the Media 10:30am-12:00pm Session VI Panel 25: Technology, Business, and Identity Panel 26: Corporate Codes of Ethics Panel 27: CEOs: Compensation and Decision-Making Panel 28: Sexual Harassment and Sexual Identity in the Workplace Panel 29: Managerial Decision-Making II 12:15pm-1:45pm Luncheon Session Topic: Issues in Internet Privacy 2:00pm-4:00pm Session VII Panel 30: Issues in Teaching II: Making a Difference? Panel 31: Issues in Teaching III: The Pedagogy of Business Ethics Panel 32: Business and Ethical Theory II Panel 33: The Ethics of Trust Panel 34: Ethical Motivation and Social Psychology 4:15pm-5:45pm Session VIII Panel 35: Piracy, Fair Use, and Measuring Ethics Panel 36: Compensation and Regulation in Free Markets Panel 37: Serving the Customer and the Community 6 Panel 38: International Studies III 7 Conference Program and Schedule of Sessions Wednesday, October 24 12:00pm-1:30pm Luncheon Session Location: Grand Ballroom Topic: The Role of Religion in Business Ethics Speaker: Rev. John P. Minogue, C.M., President, DePaul University 2:00pm-3:30pm: Concurrent Session I (Panels 1-4) Panel 1: Decision-Making and Assessment within the Corporation Location: Council Room Speakers: “How Long-Run Profits May Imply Corporate Social Responsibility” Fred P. Anderson Assistant Professor of Management Indiana University of Pennsylvania “Network Organizations, Social Contracting, and Empowered Stakeholders” Anthony J. Daboub Assistant Professor of Business Administration University of Texas at Brownsville Jerry M. Calton University of Hawaii-Hilo “The Balanced Scorecard: A Multiple Stakeholder Perspective” John D. Neill Associate Professor of Accounting Abilene Christian University O. Scott Stovall Assistant Professor of Accounting Abilene Christian University David Perkins Associate Professor of Accounting Abilene Christian University Panel 2: Professional Ethics I: Banking, Insurance, Hospitality Location: Riviera Room Speakers: “Ethical Dimensions of Credit Card Debts” 8 Jay Nathan Associate Professor of Management St. John‟s University “Ethical Decision-Making by Insurance Agents: A Survey of Attitudes and Antecedents” Marsha M. Rinetti MBA Program Illinois State University Timothy Longfellow Chair, Department of Marketing Illinois State University Michael Humphries Department of Marketing Illinois State University Charles R. McGuire Chair, Department of Finance, Insurance, and Law Illinois State University “An Integrated Research Review of Ethics Articles in Hospitality Journals 1990 to 2000” Christine Jaszay Director of The Marion W. Isbell Endowment for Hospitality Ethics Associate Professor of Hotel and Restaurant Management Northern Arizona University Panel 3: Decision-Making, Political Orientation, and Imagination Location: Room 2-3 Moderator: Elizabeth Millan-Zaibert, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, DePaul University Speakers: “Metaphors, Management, and Moral Decision Making” John K. Alexander Adjunct Professor of Philosophy Grand Valley State University “Ethical Decision-Making Amongst Managers in Large FMCG Organizations” Dean Bartlett Deputy Director, Management Research Centre University of North London, U.K. “The DIT Score and Political Ideology: Evidence of a Non-Significant Relationship” David F. Bean Assistant Professor of Accounting Iona College Richard A. Bernardi Roger Williams University Dawn W. Massey 9 Fairfield University “Moral Imagination, Creative Thinking, and Business Decision-Making for the Accounting Professional” Lawrence Metzger Professor of Accounting Loyola University Chicago Panel 4: Technology in Business, Technology in Society Location: Room 4-5 Moderator: William McNeill, Associate Professor of Philosophy, DePaul University Speakers: “The Notion of Homo Technicus, Homo Simplex, and the Real Dilemma of Science and Technology in Business and Society” Eliezer Geisler Professor of Organization Behavior Illinois Institute of Technology “The Technological Dimension of Business” Rogene A. Buchholz Legendre-Soule Professor of Business Ethics Loyola University of New Orleans Sandra B. Rosenthal Provost Distinguished Professor of Philosophy Loyola University of New Orleans “Spanning the Ethics Gap: Ethical Climate and Top Management Team Characteristics as Determinants of Ethics Practices in E-business” Mary D. Maury Associate Professor of Accounting and Taxation St. John‟s University Linda M. Sama Assistant Professor of Management Pace University Victoria Shoaf Assistant Professor of Accounting and Taxation St. John‟s University 3:45pm-5:15pm: Concurrent Session II (Panels 5-9) Panel 5: Ethics and the Internet Location: Council Room Speakers: “Plagiarism and Business: What Can Business Educators Do?” 10 Denise Nitterhouse Associate Professor, School of Accountancy and Management Information Systems DePaul University “Cyberslacking: An Ethical Dilemma” Beverly Oswalt Assistant Professor, Department of General Business Stephen F. Austin State University Florence Elizabeth Elliott-Howard Assistant Professor of Business Law Stephen F. Austin State University “SPAM: It‟s More than Just Luncheon Meat” Myrna Wulfson Associate Professor of Business Rockland Community College Panel 6: Marketing and Advertising Ethics Location: Riviera Room Moderator: Tina Chanter, Associate Professor of Philosophy, DePaul University Speakers: “Marketing Ethics as Professional Ethics: Concepts, Approaches, and Typologies” Johannes Brinkmann Norwegian School of Management BI, Norway “Perceptions of Marketing Academics and Students Toward the Teaching of Marketing Ethics: An Australian Perspective” Ty Brennock Joel Hawkins Geoff Huens Ryan Menzies Matthew Trotter Ranjit Voola Marketing and Enterprise Group University of Newcastle, Australia “What‟s Wrong with Computer-Generated Images of Perfection in Advertising?” Earl W. Spurgin Associate Professor of Philosophy John Carroll University Panel 7: The Ethics of Recalls Location: Room 2-3 Speakers: “Ethics and Risk Tradeoffs: Ford Explorers and Firestone Tires” 11 John R. Danley Professor of Philosophy Southern Illinois University Edwardsville “Kolcraft, Hasbro, and the Playskool Travel-Lite Crib” Linda E. Ginzel Clinical Professor of Managerial Psychology and Academic Director of Corporate Education University of Chicago David Zivan Associate Editor Chicago magazine Panel 8: On-Line Privacy Location: Room 4-5 Speakers: “Workplace Privacy and the Electronic „Village Green‟” William S. Brown Assistant Professor of Management Marist College “Survey of Student Attitudes Regarding Privacy Rights on the Internet” Deborah S. Kleiner Associate Professor, Law Department St. John‟s University Mary D. Maury Associate Professor of Accounting and Taxation St. John‟s University Panel 9: International Studies I: Turkey Location: Room 6-7 Speakers: “Non-Ethical Behaviors of Turkish Firms” Murat Kasimoglu Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Turkey Ali Halici Baskent University, Turkey Dilek Dönmez Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Turkey Zaur Haciyev Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Turkey “Attitudes Toward Consumer Ethics: A Comparative Study Of Sales Management, Acc ounting, and Tourism Students” 12 F. Asuman Yalçin Associate Professor of Marketing Marmara University, Turkey Filiz Çakir Assistant Professor of Statistics Marmara University, Turkey S. Burak Arzova Assistant Professor of Accounting & Finance Marmara University, Turkey “Attitudes Toward Business Ethics: A Five Nation Comparative Study” Randi L. Sims Nova Southeastern University A. Ercan Gegez Assistant Professor of Marketing & International Business Marmara University, Turkey 5:30pm-7:00pm: Welcoming Reception Presentation of Vincentian Ethics Scholar Award to Dr. Keith Miller, Dean of the College of Business Administration, Niagara University Location: Grand Ballroom Thursday, October 25 8:30am-10:00am: Breakfast Session Location: Grand Ballroom Topic: Multiculturalism, Education, and the Workplace 10:30am-12:00pm: Concurrent Session III (Panels 10-14) Panel 10: International Studies II: Auditors Under Pressure Location: Council Room Speakers: “Auditor Reaction to Client Pressure: A Case of U.S. and Thai Auditors” John A. Brozovsky Associate Professor of Accounting and Information Systems Virginia Tech Pongprot Chatraphorn Department of Accounting and Information Systems Virginia Tech and Department of Accounting Chulalongkorn University, Thailand 13 “How Auditors Respond to Ethical Dilemmas: A Study of Auditors in Taiwan” Cynthia Jeffrey Associate Professor of Accounting Iowa State University William Dilla Associate Professor of Accounting Iowa State University Nancy Weatherholt Associate Professor of Accounting University of Missouri, Kansas City Panel 11: Religion, Business, and Time-Tested Codes of Ethics Location: Riviera Room Speakers: “Virtues and Leadership” Dan Koys Associate Professor and Associate Dean College of Commerce DePaul University “The Golden Rule and Business Ethics: An Examination” Brian K. Burton Associate Professor of Management and Director, MBA Program Western Washington University Michael Goldsby Assistant Professor of Management Ball State University “Responsibility, Leadership, and Personal Ethics: A Confucian View of Corporate Social Responsibility” Edward J. Romar Department Of Management and Marketing University of Massachusetts Boston Panel 12: Communication, Voice, and Structure in the Corporation Location: Chicago Room Moderator: Joanne Molina, Department of Philosophy, DePaul University Speakers: “Distorted Communication, Discourse Ethics, and Corporate Annual Reports” Jesse Dillard KPMG Professor of Accounting University of Central Florida Rodney Rogers School of Business Administration 14 Portland State University Kristi Yuthas School of Business Administration Portland State University “The Illusion of Voice: Shareholder Activism and the (Mis -)Management of Stakeholder Claims” W. Trexler Proffitt Jr. Assistant Professor, Management and Strategy University of California, Riverside Gaylen Paulson Department of Management University of Texas at Austin “An Ethical Evaluation of Earnings Management in Publicly Traded U.S. Corporations: Issu es Related to Corporate Governance and Theories of the Firm” Robin W. Roberts Burnett Eminent Scholar Chair, School of Accounting University of Central Florida Panel 13: Environmental Responsibilities Location: Room 4-5 Speakers: “Professional Ethics in the Context of Diminishing Autonomy: The Narmada Dams Project in India” Bernard D‟Mello Faculty of Economics and International Business Management Development Institute, India “The Philosophical Foundations of Enhanced Participation and Monitoring in Habitat Conservation Plans” Dale Francis Murray Department of Philosophy University of Wisconsin-Madison Panel 14: Globalization I Location: Room 6-7 Speakers: “Redefining Progress in Trade: A Global Ethics Accord and the World Trade Organization” Mark Andrew Fuller Schulich School of Business York University, Canada “How Can One Judge Whether a House is on Fire? Assessing the Ethics of Globalization Protests” Sarah Forbes Orwig Social Sciences Editor Encyclopaedia Britannica 15 “Public Protest and Corporate Social Responsibility for Human Rights in the Wake of Globalization: The Case of Burma/Myanmar” Lucinda Peach Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy and Religion American University “The Social Responsibility of Companies and the Anti-Globalization Sentiment” Antonio Argandoña Professor of Economics and Ethics University of Navarra, Spain 12:15pm-1:45pm: Luncheon Session Location: Grand Ballroom 2:00pm-4:00pm: Concurrent Session IV (Panels 15-19) Panel 15: Issues in Teaching I: Business, Education, and Ethics Location: Council Room Speakers: “Accounting Students as Surrogates for Accounting Professionals When Studying Ethical Dilemmas: A Cautionary Note” David F. Bean Assistant Professor of Accounting Iona College Jill M. D‟Aquila Associate Professor of Accounting Iona College “A Framework for Instilling a Societal Marketing Orientation in Managerial Decision -Making” Parimal S. Bhagat Associate Professor of eBusiness & Marketing Philadelphia University Joseph Ben-Ur Assistant Professor of Marketing University of Houston at Victoria “Ethics and Sales Education: Teaching Tomorrow‟s Sales Professionals” Alan J. Uszynski Hofstra University and Regional Sales Manager, ARBROS Communications Tara J. Radin Assistant Professor of Management and General Business Hofstra University 16 “The Business of Business Ethics” Dennis Rohatyn University of San Diego Panel 16: Corporate Citizenship Location: Riviera Room Speakers: “Corporate Citizenship Through Sponsorship of the Arts: A Stakeh older Approach” Tara J. Radin Assistant Professor of Management and General Business Hofstra University Gladys M. Torres-Baumgarten Hofstra University “The Ethics of Marketing Good Corporate Conduct” Mary Lyn Stoll Department of Philosophy Purdue University “Corporate Citizenship and High-Tech Startups” Steve Walsh Assistant Professor, Anderson Schools of Management University of New Mexico Virginia W. Gerde Assistant Professor, Anderson Schools of Management University of New Mexico Panel 17: Professional Ethics II: Healthcare Location: Chicago Room Moderator: Michael Naas, Professor of Philosophy, DePaul University Speakers: “Key Ethical Issues Faced by Nurse Leaders in the Healthcare Industry” Robert W. Cooper Employers Mutual Distinguished Professor of Insurance Drake University Garry L. Frank Professor of Public Administration Drake University Carol Ann Gouty Vice President Patient Services Holy Cross Hospital, Chicago Mary C. Hansen Associate Professor of Nursing 17 Drake University “The Impact of Value Orientation and Decision Making on Provider Obligations to the Pediatric Patient in a Public Corporate Health System” David Besong Tataw Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics Charles R. Drew University of Science and Medicine “HMO Advertising and Physician Capitation: Don‟t Ask, Don‟t Tell” Vincent Agnello Interim Dean, College of Business Administration Associate Professor of Law Niagara University Peggy Choong Assistant Professor of Marketing Niagara University “„Start a Line and Get Me a Consent Waiver, STAT!‟: Community Consent and the Future of Emergency Room Medical Research” H. Peter Steeves Assistant Professor of Philosophy Co-Executive Director of the Institute for Business and Professional Ethics DePaul University Panel 18: Deviance and Behavior, The Individual and the Collective Location: Room 4-5 Speakers: “The Influence of Social Identity on Ethical Decision Making in Groups” Ron Roman University of Pittsburgh “The Ethics of Employee Theft and Withholding Job Effort: Two Cases of “Deviant” Behavior in the Workplace” Roland E. Kidwell Jr. Assistant Professor of Management Niagara University Susan M. Kochanowski Adjunct Professor of Management Niagara University “The Ethical Dimension of Organizational Pathology” Brian Donohue Associate Professor of Philosophy University of Sudbury College Laurentian University, Canada “The Correlates of Ethical Behavior in Stock Trading “ 18 Mohammad J. Abdolmohammadi John E. Rhodes Professor of Accounting Bentley College Jahangir Sultan Associate Professor of Finance Bentley College Panel 19: Globalization II Location: Room 6-7 Speakers: “A Matter of Perspective: Developing a Business Ethics Program for International Business Firms” Nader Asgary Assistant Professor of International Business and Economics SUNY College at Geneseo Mark C. Mitschow Associate Professor of Accounting SUNY College at Geneseo “Differential Association, Multiple Normative Standards, and the Increasing Incidence of Corporate Deviance in an Era of Globalization” Verghese Chirayath Associate Professor of Sociology John Carroll University Kenneth N. Eslinger Associate Professor of Sociology John Carroll University Ernest DeZolt Assistant Professor of Sociology John Carroll University “Sell Global, Pay Local: The Ethics of Taller Product Markets, Lower Labor Markets, and Informed Consent in Global Employment Contracts” Allen D. Engle, Sr. Professor of Management Eastern Kentucky University Norbert F. Elbert Chair and Professor of Management Eastern Kentucky University Judith W. Spain Assistant Professor of Management Eastern Kentucky University “The Right to Participate as a Necessary Condition for Global Social-Economic Justice” Mark J. Allman Department of Theology 19 Loyola University of Chicago 4:15pm-5:45pm: Concurrent Session V (Panels 20-24) Panel 20: Accounting and Auditing Ethics Location: Council Room Speakers: “Will Professionalism Survive in Corporate-Owned Accounting Firms?” William E. Shafer Professor of Accounting Pepperdine University Timothy J. Fogarty Professor of Accounting and Chair Case Western Reserve University D. Jordan Lowe Associate Professor of Accounting University of Nevada, Las Vegas “The Client, the Auditor, and a Game of Chicken?” Charles J. Coate St. Bonaventure University Robert E. Florence St. Bonaventure University Kristi L. Kral Arthur Andersen LLP (Rochester) “Ethical Dilemmas Related to Earnings Management Practices: The Case of Sunbeam, Xerox, and Lucent Technologies” Paula Alexander Becker Stillman School of Business Seton Hall University Kenneth Heaslip Department of Accounting Kean University Panel 21: Business & Ethical Theory I Location: Riviera Room Moderator: David Pellauer, Professor of Philosophy, DePaul University Speakers: “Machiavellianism, Profit, and the Dimensions of Ethical Judgment: A Study of Interactions” Donald H. Schepers Assistant Professor of Management 20 Baruch College, City University of New York “Analogical Reasoning and „The Public Philosophy of Business‟” James E. Roper Associate Professor of Philosophy Michigan State University “On the Conditions of Possibility of Normative Business Ethics” Claus Dierksmeier Institut für Philosophie Friedrich Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany Panel 22: Not Business as Usual Location: Chicago Room Speakers: “Ethics and Entrepreneurship: A Congruence Theory of Commercially Sustainable Growth” Thomas A. Bryant Associate Professor/Director, Entrepreneurial Management Programs Rutgers Business Michael A. Santoro Assistant Professor of International Business/Business Environment Rutgers Business “Incorporating Ethics into a Corporate Business School: A Partnership Between Chubb and Son, Inc. and Fairfield University” David P. Schmidt Associate Professor of Business Ethics Fairfield University Judi King Manager of Chubb Business School Worldwide Learning & Development Chubb and Son, Inc. “Lessons in Ethical Capital Asset Management: A Stakeholder Approach to Non -Profit Management” Tara J. Radin Assistant Professor of Management and General Business Hofstra University Susan McTiernan Associate Dean for Graduate Programs and External Affairs The Peter J. Tobin College of Business St. John‟s University Panel 23: Managerial Decision-Making I Location: Room 4-5 Speakers: 21 “Influences Upon Organizational Ethical Subclimates: A Replication Study of a Single Firm at Two Points in Time” James Weber Professor of Business Ethics Duquesne University Julie E. Seger Human Resource Director Ionics, Inc. “The Effect of Task Difficulty and Normative Information on Accountability: The Case of a Malaysian Government‟s Agency” Yuserrie Zainuddin School of Management University of Science, Malaysia Daing Nasir Daing Ibrahim School of Management University of Science, Malaysia Hasnah Haron School of Management University of Science, Malaysia Abdul Rahaman Kamarulzaman School of Management University of Science, Malaysia Panel 24: The Past and Future of Business Ethics Location: Room 6-7 Moderator: Peter Gratton, Department of Philosophy, DePaul University Speakers: “The Influence of German Economic History upon Peter Drucker‟s Perception of Moral Management” Michael Schwartz Program Leader, Bachelor of Business (Mktg.) Degree Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia “Business Ethics: Problematic Practice, Problematic Theory” Ben Wempe Department of Business and Society Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands “Usage of Financial Analysis During the Holocaust: Moral Thought and Moral Action” Ellen Lippman University of Portland Paula Wilson Baron University of Puget Sound 22 Friday, October 26 8:30am-10:00am: Breakfast Session Location: Grand Ballroom 10:30am-12:00pm: Concurrent Session VI (Panels 25-29) Panel 25: Technology, Business, and Identity Location: Council Room Speakers: “E-Lining on the Net: Old Ethical Issues, New Venues” Tara J. Radin Assistant Professor of Management and General Business Hofstra University Carolyn E. Predmore Manhattan College “Ethics for Management Educators in the Digital: An Examination of Topics Currently Under Discussion in Management Related Discussion Lists” Charles Wankel Associate Professor of Management St. John‟s University “The Importance of Integrating Distributive Justice with Customer Relationship Management: An Internal Marketing View” Peggy H. Cunningham Associate Professor, School of Business Queen‟s University, Canada Panel 26: Corporate Codes of Ethics Location: Riviera Room Moderator: Tama Weisman, Department of Philosophy, DePaul University Speakers: “Ethics Management Systems and Ethical Auditing: The Instruments of a Governance Approach to Business Ethics” Josef Wieland ZfW-Centre for Business Ethics Konstanz University of Applied Sciences, Germany Stephan Grüninger ZfW-Centre for Business Ethics Konstanz University of Applied Sciences, Germany “Decoding Business Ethics” 23 Diane Huberman-Arnold Eric Sprott School of Business and Department of Philosophy Carleton University, Canada Keith Arnold Department of Philosophy University of Ottawa, Canada “A Code of Ethics for Corporate Codes of Ethics” Mark Schwartz The Wharton School University of Pennsylvania Panel 27: CEOs: Compensation and Decision-Making Location: Room 2-3 Speakers: “The Dog That Didn‟t Bark: The Critical Role of Ethics in Limiting the S&L Debacle” William K. Black Assistant Professor of Public Policy University of Texas at Austin “Executive Compensation: A Strategic Ethical Analysis of Shareholder Resolutions” Douglas M. McCabe Professor of Management Georgetown University “The Tone is Set at the Top: Lessons from American Politics on the Importance of Ethical Conduct by Business Leaders” Mark C. Mitschow Associate Professor of Accounting SUNY College at Geneseo Michael D. Schinski Associate Professor of Finance SUNY College at Geneseo Panel 28: Sexual Harassment and Sexual Identity in the Workplace Location: Room 4-5 Speakers: “Masculinity and Career Advancement” Emmeline de Pillis Assistant Professor of Management University of Hawaii, Hilo “Retaliation: The Hidden Obstacle to Internal Employee-Dispute Resolution” Kiren Dosanjh Assistant Professor of Business Law 24 California State University, Northridge “The Glass Ceiling and Directors of Large U.K. Quoted Companies” Carmen Li Department of Economics University of Essex, U.K. Bob Wearing Department of Accounting, Finance, and Management University of Essex, U.K. Panel 29: Managerial Decision-Making II Location: Room 6-7 Speakers: “Toward a Post-Dualistic Business Ethics: Interweaving Reason and Emotion in Working Life” Hugh Willmott Diageo Professor of Management Studies The Judge Institute of Management Studies University of Cambridge, U.K. René Ten Bos Schouten and Nelissen Consultants “The Only Solution to the Decline in Busines s Ethics: Ethical Management” William P. Cordeiro Professor of Management California State University, Channel Islands “Organizational Systems and Ethical Values: A Stewardship Approach” Sheri Bischoff Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior and Leadership Brigham Young University Cam Caldwell Department of Management and Decision Science Washington State University 12:15pm-1:45pm: Luncheon Session Location: Grand Ballroom 2:00pm-4:00pm: Concurrent Session VII (Panels 30-34) Panel 30: Issues in Teaching II: Making a Difference? Location: Council Room Speakers: “Ethical Reasoning and Attitude: A Discussion of Teaching Perspectives in Business Ethics Courses” 25 Einar Marnburg Associate Professor, Norwegian School of Hotel Management Stavanger University College, Norway Dag Jenssen Associate Professor, Norwegian School of Hotel Management Stavanger University College, Norway “Student Reports and Faculty Perceptions of Academic Dishonesty” Linda Achey Kidwell Assistant Professor of Accounting Niagara University Karen Wozniak Associate, Assurance Business Advisory Services PriceWaterhouse Coopers, LLP, Boston Jeanne Phoenix Laurel Associate Professor of English Niagara University “A Critique of a Justification of Applying Ethics in Fields Other than Philosophy” Debashis Guha Reader, Department of Philosophy Ranchi University, India “Ethics and Geography: The Impact of Geographical Cultural Differences on Students‟ Ethical Decisions” Judith W. Spain Assistant Professor of Management Eastern Kentucky University Peggy Brewer Department of Management, Marketing, and Administrative Communication Eastern Kentucky University Virgil Brewer Department of Management, Marketing, and Administrative Communication Eastern Kentucky University Allen D. Engle, Sr. Professor of Management Eastern Kentucky University Panel 31: Issues in Teaching III: The Pedagogy of Business Ethics Location: Riviera Room Speakers: “Kohlberg‟s Stages of Moral Reasoning: An Application in Integrated Marketing Communica tions” Mary Ellen Schiller Assistant Director, School of Communication Roosevelt University 26 “Cognitive, Affective, and Transcendental Pedagogical Strategies for Developing Student Moral Behavior” Charles S. Mathews Assistant Professor of Management Florida Gulf Coast University Jane Schmidt-Wilk Director, Center for Management Research Assistant Professor of Management Maharishi University of Management “Frameworks for Developing Ethical Decision-Making Processes for Undergraduate Business Students” Michael McLaughlin Adjunct Assistant Professor of Religious Studies Iona College Elena G. Procario-Foley Assistant Professor of Religious Studies Driscoll Professor of Jewish-Catholic Studies Iona College “In Search of a Happy Ending” Andrea Giampetro-Meyer Professor of Law and Social Responsibility Loyola College in Maryland Timothy Brown Associate Professor of Law and Social Responsibility Loyola College in Maryland Panel 32: Business and Ethical Theory II Location: Room 2-3 Speakers: “A Typology of Virtues for Business People: Placing Business Virtues in a Wider Social Context” David Dawson Gloucestershire Business School Cheltenham and Gloucester College of Higher Education, U.K. Craig Bartholomew School of Theology and Religious Studies Cheltenham and Gloucester College of Higher Education, U.K. “Loyalty in Business” John Corvino Assistant Professor of Philosophy Wayne State University “Character and Decision-Making” Maximilian B. Torres 27 Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior and Business Ethics University of Navarra, Spain Panel 33: The Ethics of Trust Location: Room 4-5 Speakers: “Ethics, Norms, Dispositional Trust, and Context: Components of the Missing Link Between Trustworthiness and Trust” Cam Caldwell Department of Management and Decision Science Washington State University Frank L. Jeffries Assistant Professor of Business Administration University of Alaska “Inter-Organizational Relations and the Ethics of Care” Graham Wood School of Management University of Salford, U.K. Peter McDermott School of Construction and Property Management University of Salford, U.K. Will Swan School of Construction and Property Management University of Salford, U.K. “Trust Examined as an Underlying Knowledge-Based Asset” Waymond Rodgers Associate Professor, Anderson Graduate School of Management University of California, Riverside Susana Gago Associate Professor, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain Panel 34: Ethical Motivation and Social Psychology Location: Room 6-7 Speakers: “The Underlying Motives of Ethical Paradigms in Organizations” John E. Barbuto, Jr. Assistant Professor of Leadership University of Nebraska Jerry M. Parsons Associate Professor of Leadership University of Nebraska 28 “Business Ethics: A Study of the Moral Reasoning of Selected Business Managers” Almerinda Forte Associate Professor of Administration & Economics St. John‟s University “Ethics and Responsibility: Accountants‟ Social Dilemmas” Henrique Duarte Instituto Superior de Ciências do Trabalho e da Empresa, Portugal Jorge Correia Jesuíno Instituto Superior de Ciências do Trabalho e da Empresa, Portugal “Generosity as a Function of Egoism and Altruism: The Influence of Uncertainty and Experience” Robert J. Oppenheimer Concordia University, Canada Geoff Bell University of Minnesota, Duluth 4:15pm-5:45pm: Concurrent Session VIII (Panels 35-38) Panel 35: Piracy, Fair Use, and Measuring Ethics Location: Council Room Speakers: “Ethically Questionable Behavior in Consumption: Implications for Business Ethics” Kyoko Fukukawa Nottingham University Business School, U.K. “Measuring Ethics: The Development of Composite Measures” Suzanne Wagner Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Information Sciences Niagara University “Digital Music Distribution Revolution: An Application of Neutralization Techniques to Ethical Perceptions of Consumers Valerie L. Vaccaro Assistant Professor of Marketing SUNY College at Old Westbury Deborah Y. Cohn Assistant Professor of Marketing Yeshiva University Panel 36: Compensation and Regulation in Free Markets Location: Room 2-3 29 Speakers: “The Duty to Compete: Antitrust and Ethics” Sandra Christensen Professor of Management Eastern Washington University “A Prescription for the Decadent Decade: Securing Ethical Values in the Financial Services Industry” Melodie M. Toby Kean University “Responsible Free Enterprise: What It Is and Why We Don‟t Have It” Jim Wishloff The University of Lethbridge, Canada Panel 37: Serving the Customer and the Community Location: Room 4-5 Speakers: “Conscience-Driven Customer Service: A Conceptual Foundation” Suzanne B. Walchli Assistant Professor of Marketing University of the Pacific “The Just Organization: Normative Design Principles and Social Performance” Virginia W. Gerde Assistant Professor, Anderson Schools of Management University of New Mexico “Stalking the Poverty Consumer: Moral Dilemmas and Ethical Implications” Ronald Paul Hill Delaunay Professor of Social Responsibility University of Portland Panel 38: International Studies III Location: Room 6-7 Speakers: “What Affects Corporate Citizenship Practice in Australia?” Jonathan Batten School of Accounting and Finance Deakin University, Australia David Birch Corporate Citizenship Research Unit Deakin University, Australia “National Cultures, Information Search Behaviors, and the Attribution Process of 30 Cross-National Managers: A Conceptual Framework” Suresh Gopalan Rothschild Chair and Associate Professor of Management Columbus State University Neal Thomson Associate Professor of Management Columbus State University “Promoting Business Ethics Nationally and Internationally: Some Methodological Approaches” Zorina Siscan Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova and University of Kansas Dennis Karney Ned Fleming Distinguished Professor, School of Business University of Kansas 31
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