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The Routledge Companion to Ethics, Politics and Organizations synthesizes and extends existing research on ethics in organizations by explicitly focusing on 'ethico-politics' - where ethics informs political action. It draws connections between ethics and politics in and around organizations and the workplace, examines cutting-edge areas and sets the scene for future research. Through a wealth of international and multidisciplinary contributions this volume considers the broad range of ways in which ethics and politics can be conceived and understood. The chapters look at various ethical traditions, as well as the discursive deployment of ethical terminology in organizational settings, and they also examine large scale political structures and processes and how they relate to different forms of politics which affect behaviour in organizations. These many possibilities are united by a focus on how ethics can be used to inform and justify the exercise of power in organizations. This collection will be a valuable reference source for students and researchers across the disciplines of organizational studies, ethics and politics.
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'Broad in scope and deep in insight, this collection goes well beyond mainstream ideas about ethics and organization to articulate an ethico-politics of organization. Thus it is a major contribution not just to organization studies but to contemporary political debate.' - Christopher Grey, Professor of Organization Studies, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK 'All decisions in organizations, economic and political, strategic and operational, have moral premises and consequences that can be morally evaluated. This Routledge Companion consists of texts that make this statement forcefully and apply it to a great variety of organizing processes.' - Barbara Czarniawska, Professor of Management Studies, Gothenburg Research Institute at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden 'This book provides a rich and incisive analysis of ethics and politics in organizations. Thoughtful, critical, and offering a diversity of theoretical perspectives, it will be an invaluable resource for researchers who are looking for novel insights into the field of organizational ethics.' - Bobby Banerjee, Professor of Management, City University London, UK 'Ethics in organization is a complex, elusive concept. This volume generates research and theory that draws new connections between ethics and politics in and around global organizations and workplaces. It orchestrates various 'voices' that describe how ethics becomes actualized in managerial practices, in business functioning and in different forms of resistance and opposition to organizations.' - Silvia Gherardi, Professor, Universita degli Studi di Trento, Italy
Alison Pullen is Professor of Management and Organization at Macquarie University, Australia Carl Rhodes is Professor of Management and Organization Macquarie University, Australia
1. Introduction: The Inseparability of Ethics and Politics in Organizations Part I: Ethics and Corporate Power 2. Instrumental and Political Currents in the CSR Debate: On the Demise and (Possible) Resurgence of 'Ethics' 3. 'Between Coercion and Brainwashing': Theorizing the Politics and Ethics of Marketing 4. Re-Ethicizing Corporate Greening? Ecofeminism, Activism And The Ethics Of Care 5. The Oppressed Organize Against Mega-Mining in Famatina, Argentina: Enrique Dussel's Ethics of Liberation 6. Marketing an Extremist Ideology: the Vlaams Belang's Nationalist Discourse Part II: Postcolonial, Globalized and Cosmopolitan Ethics 7. Positioning the Plural Ethos of Cosmopolitanism in Global Organizations 8. The Politics and Ethics of Difference in Organisations: Pathways To The Same That Is Impossible 9. On The Burden of Being-Qua-Non-Being: In-Between the Lines of (Working-Class) Writings 10. 'Black International Business' - Critical Issues and Ethical Dilemmas 11. Cultural Encounters with Sporting Organisation: Ethico-Politics At The Interface Of Indigenous Culture And Organisation Part III: Ethics, Politics and the Functioning of Business 12. Accounting, Ethics and Organization: Accounting for Human Rights in a Post-Sovereign World? 13. Decision-Making: Between Reason And The Ethico-Political Moment 14. Leadership, Ethical Sovereignty and the Politics of Property 15. Tracing and Theorizing Ethics in Entrepreneurship: Toward a Critical Hermeneutics of Imagination 16. 'Who Said We're Flogging a Dead Horse?': Re-Framing Ethics and the Supply Chain Part IV: Ethico-Political Practice in Organizations 17. Ethico-Politics of Diversity and Its Production 18. Work as God's Playtime? The Theology of Organizational Play 19. Whistleblowing Paradoxes: Legislative Protection and Corporate Counter Resistance 20. Care as Politics: Ethics as Violence 21. A Critical Analysis of Ethics Management Practices Part V: Ethics, Resistance and Struggle 22. Is Becoming-Woman Possible in Organizations? 23. Resisting the Power of Organizational Resistance 24. Work and Illness Under Neoliberal Capitalism: How to Use Your Virus as a Weapon of Refusal 25. A Cultural Politics of Work: Resistance and Escape in the Culture of Organizing 26. On The Impossibility of Business Ethics - Leadership, Heterogeneity and Politics Part VI: Difference, Ethics and Organizations 27. Monstrous Ethics 28. Towards a Queer Politics and Ethics within Organization Studies 29. Pragmatic Storytelling, Ethics, and Politics of Late Modern Capitalist Enterprises 30. Working The Grey Zones: Feminist Ethics, Organisational Politics 31. An Ethics of Difference: The Contribution of Bracha Ettinger to Management and Organization Studies