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Robert C. Hughes
University of Pennsylvania
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One of the central controversies in normative business ethics is the question whether transactions and economic relationships can be wrongfully exploitative despite being mutually beneficial and consensual. This article argues that anyone who accepts a shareholder theory of business ethics should accept deontological constraints on mutually beneficial, consensual exploitation.
Keywords shareholder theory  normative business ethics  exploitation
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