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    Do Free-Market Governments Create Crisis-Ridden Societies?Bill Richardson & Peter Curwen - 1995 - Journal of Business Ethics 14 (7):551 - 560.
    The paper is concerned with the potential or actual impact that free-market governmental principles and policies might have, or might have had, in helping to create a more crisis-prone world. It is concerned with organizationally-induced crises where organizations and their environment interact to create disasters. The nature of the crisis-prone organization is discussed in the context of the relevant management literature. It is argued that the disastrous interaction of such an organization with its environment is promoted by a laisser-faire attitude (...)
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  2. Social Responsibility in the European Community.Peter Curwen - 1992 - Proceedings of the International Association for Business and Society 3:520-534.
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    The Ethics of International Trade: Use of Deviation From Average World Price to Indicate Possible Wrongdoing.Peter Curwen - 1994 - Business Ethics Quarterly 4 (1):29-41.
    The measure proposed here, the ratio of the price reported in a given trade to the average world price for that commodity, is based on the average world price for a given commodity reported for all trades between the U.S. and all other countries for a given period. This new measure can be used to enable government agencies to identify trades between U.S. firms or individuals and their counterparts in other countries which are designed to further prohibited activities such as (...)
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    The Ethics of International Trade: Use of Deviation From Average World Price to Indicate Possible Wrongdoing.Karen Paul, Simon Pak, John Zdanowicz & Peter Curwen - 1994 - Business Ethics Quarterly 4 (1):29-41.
    The measure proposed here, the ratio of the price reported in a given trade to the average world price for that commodity, is based on the average world price for a given commodity reported for all trades between the U.S. and all other countries for a given period. This new measure can be used to enable government agencies to identify trades between U.S. firms or individuals and their counterparts in other countries which are designed to further prohibited activities such as (...)
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    Creating a Safer, More Caring Societal Ethic in the Face of a Dominant Free-Market Paradigm.Bill Richardson & Peter Curwen - 1996 - Journal of Human Values 2 (2):159-178.
    The authors take a hard and critical look at the gospel of market economy and its long-term consequences. They examine its major assumptions, its major policy imperatives and their consequen tial impacts on ecology, society, human beings and organizations. The paper urges a redefinition of this dominant paradigm of today, and advocates the need for it to be subjected to the wider considerations of a caring and ecologically sound belief system. The appendices offer descriptive accounts of actual cases which show (...)
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