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e-Book Corruption in Corporate America: Who is Responsible? Who Will Protect the Public Interest? download

by Abraham L. Gitlow

ISBN: 0761838112
ISBN13: 978-0761838111
Language: English
Publisher: UPA; Second edition (July 10, 2007)
Pages: 244
Category: Politics and Government
Subategory: Sociology

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Gitlow, Abraham L. (Abraham Leo), 1918-. Business ethics - United States, Corporate governance - Moral and ethical aspects - United States, Corporations - Corrupt practices - United States. Lanham, Md. : University Press of America. inlibrary; printdisabled; ibrary; phillipsacademy; americana.

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Corruption in Corporate America seeks to answer these questions, first, by realizing that, to be able to misbehave, chief executives must achieve the support or silence of their boards of directors as well as the gatekeepers wh. .

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Modern capitalism and political freedom rest on concepts of conscience and morality, and abhor concentrations of unbridled power. In America, that economic and political system developed mechanisms designed to check and balance such power. Despite those mechanisms, corporate America developed too many imperial chief executives who abused their power by engaging in a fraudulent and self-serving pursuit of wealth and perquisites. This edition deals with how this happened, how the system responded, and actions that could minimize the danger of its recurrence. The text analyzes those who either support or keep quiet for miscreant chief executives, and how these participants became involved in corporate fraud. The investigation is completed by a look at the results of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, the law enacted as the corrective response to corporate corruption, and the increasingly intense pressure to ease the expense and other burdens associated with its vigorous enforcement.Hopefully, the insights gained by the analysis will contribute to a revived confidence in the integrity of corporate accounts, and thereby sustain the vitality of America's capital markets, which are essential to our future economic well-being.
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Anicasalar
This book got me started in really being able to think about ethics in the workplace. Gitlow has done a wonderful job and the reading level makes this accessible to nearly any reader. I used many of Gitlow's ideas in my own work on corruption. Thanks Dr. Gitlow! :-)

Thofyn
I liked the book. I don't know what more author Gitlow could have written, and not been persecuted by corporate America for the rest of his life. Still, it was kind of like reading an Alaskan weather forecast..."Today and tonight will be sunny."

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