Drei FAQs zur Wirtschaftsethik in Fratelli tutti Wie wollen wir warum wirtschaften? Wer soll wo handeln? Hat Franziskus Recht?

Auszug aus: Journal for Markets and Ethics (2021)/2 Claudius Bachmann Online veröffentlicht: 29 Apr 2022Seitenbereich: 49 – 59 Zusammenfassung Pope Francis’ encyclical Fratelli tutti (2020) is also interesting from a business ethics perspective. In terms of a systematic analysis, it seems promising to distinguish three different perspectives that are well established in academic business ethics. The three perspectives can […]

Stakeholder Management, Cooperatives, and Selfish-Individualism

Auszug aus: Journal for Markets and Ethics (2021)/2 Giovanni Ferri und Angelo Leogrande Online veröffentlicht: 29 Apr 2022Seitenbereich: 61 – 75 Zusammenfassung We analyze stakeholder management (STM) relative to cooperation and individualism within the fourth industrial revolution (FIR). STM is a recent corporate governance tool boosting cooperation and allowing representativeness of individualistic behaviors even in dialectical environments. Though […]

Wie werden Ethik und ethisches unternehmerisches Handeln gegenüber den Stakeholdern kommuniziert? Eine Analyse der Geschäftsberichte der DAX30 Unternehmen

Auszug aus: Journal for Markets and Ethics (2021)/2 Laura Naumann, Tim Alexander Herberger und Manuel Ender Online veröffentlicht: 29 Apr 2022Seitenbereich: 77 – 95 Zusammenfassung Our content analysis of the reporting of the DAX30 companies shows that the focus is primarily on compliance, codes of conduct, company-specific sustainability, CSR and corporate citizenship programs. Ethics and sustainability departments are […]

Digital Platforms and Competition Policy: A Business-Ethical Assessment

Auszug aus: Journal for Markets and Ethics (2021)/2 Manuel Wörsdörfer Online veröffentlicht: 29 Apr 2022Seitenbereich: 97 – 119 Zusammenfassung The debate around ‘big tech’ and competition law and policy has gained traction over the past few years – not least because of the various ongoing antitrust investigations in China, Europe, and the U.S. This paper builds on […]

Why an Unconditional Basic Income is Highly Problematic – General Considerations and Quantitative Implications for the Case of Germany

Auszug aus: Journal for Markets and Ethics (2021)/1 Michael Frenkel Online veröffentlicht: 29 Apr 2022Seitenbereich: 1 – 13 Zusammenfassung The concept of an unconditional basic income is not new, but it is still the subject of much controversy. This paper looks at the quantitative effects of introducing an unconditional basic income, using Germany as an example. It […]

UBI in Times of Crisis: The Net Basic Income Discussing the Case of Germany

Auszug aus: Journal for Markets and Ethics (2021)/1 Bernhard Neumärker, Bianca Blum, Burhan Yalcin und Sema Yalcin Online veröffentlicht: 29 Apr 2022Seitenbereich: 15 – 36 Zusammenfassung The measures taken to contain the Covid-19 pandemic have resulted in, among other things, massive loss of earnings. Many people are therefore increasingly experiencing an income crisis in addition to the acute […]

Revisiting Carr’s Business Bluff: Opinions on the Ethics of Playing the Game

Auszug aus: Journal for Markets and Ethics (2020)/2 David S. Fowler und Jon Musgrave Online veröffentlicht: 05 Sep 2021Seitenbereich: 1 – 3 Zusammenfassung This article is a response to Albert Carr’s business bluff compared to a poker game article in the Harvard Business Review “Is Business Bluffing Ethical? The Ethics of Business are not Those of Society, but […]

Die postkeynesianische Ökonomik in der Finanzethik des katholischen Sozialethikers Bernhard Emunds – Diskussion aus einer angebotsorientierten Perspektive

Auszug aus: Journal for Markets and Ethics (2020)/2 Felix Heider Online veröffentlicht: 05 Sep 2021Seitenbereich: 1 – 24 Zusammenfassung Bernhard Emunds, a German Catholic social ethicist, is engaged in research into financial markets. This article introduces post-Keynesianism as his economic foundation, followed by a description of conclusions Emunds draws about the regulation of financial markets. Thereafter, implications […]