Mattel, Lead Paint, and Magnets: Ethics and Supply Chain Management
Ethics & Behavior 2010 January-February; 20(1): 33-46
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Justice and Fairness in the Kennedy Krieger Institute Lead Paint Study: The Ethics of Public Health Research on Less Expensive, Less Effective Interventions Buchanan, David R.; Miller, Franklin G. (2006-05)The Kennedy Krieger lead paint study stirred controversial questions about whether research designed to develop less expensive interventions that are not as effective as existing treatments can be ethically warranted. ...
Doyle, Florence F.; Graunke, Carrie L.; Hildebrandt, Douglas J.; Otto, Robert K.; St. George, Mark C. (2005-07)
SUSTAINABLE SUPPLY CHAIN FINANCING: HOW FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS COULD ENHANCE SUPPLY CHAIN SUSTAINABILITY Perez, Gema (Georgetown University, 2012)In the context of the financial crisis, society has increasingly questioned whether the financial industry plays by the code of ethics that can guarantee a sustainable future for generations to come. This thesis explores ...