Publications

The ICR list of scholarly publications comes from a variety of sources. First, the ICR program directors follow their research interests and publish articles relevant to ICR’s focus. Second, ICR also offers research funds in the form of summer research grants to a number of faculty and doctoral students. As a result of their time, effort and hard work, some have their research published. Finally, ICR holds a number of events and in some cases publications are produced as a result.

Books

Snyder, S.A. and Griffin, J. J. Chapter 5: “Branch Banking and Trust: Community Banking Based on Core Values – Can it Survive?” in Heiko Spitzeck, Michael Pirson, and Claus Dierksmeier (eds.) Banking with Integrity: The Winners of the Financial Crisis? Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave-MacMillan, 2012.

Rivera, Jorge. Business and Public Policy: Responses to Environmental & Social Protection Processes. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010.

Fort, Tim. Prophets, Profits, & Peace: How Businesses Can Become Instruments of Peace and Foster Religious Harmony. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2008.

Fort, Tim. Business, Integrity, and Business: Beyond Geopolitical and Disciplinary Boundaries. London: Cambridge University Press, 2007.

Scholarly Journals

2012

Forrer, John. “PPPs: E-SCADs or Partners in Service,” with James Kee. Public Integrity, Volume 14, Number 2 (Spring 2012): 193-210.

Griffin, J.J. “Review of Wheelen & Hunger’s Strategic Management and Business Policy: Toward Global Sustainability” Journal of Business Ethics Education, 8 (2012): 419-422.

2011

Aaronson, Susan. “Limited partnership: Business, government, civil society, and the public in the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI). Public Administration and Development, 31:50-63. DOI:10.1002/pad.588.

Fort, Tim. “Review of Amy Chua’s World on Fire and James Thuo Gathii’s War and International Commerce.” Business Ethics Quarterly 21 (2011): 345-353.

Fort, Tim. “Review of Thomas Klikauer’s Critical Management Ethics.” Corporate Governance: An International Review 19 (2011): 290-291.

Harmon, Michael. “Counterintuitive Ethical Guidance for Managers.” State Management Electronic Journal. Issue Number 29 (translated from Russian). (December 2011): 1-8.

Heuer, Mark. “Sustainability Governance Across Time and Space: Connecting Environmental Stewardship in the Firm with the Global Community.” Business Strategy and the Environment, May 2011: DOI: 10.1002/bse.712.

Klock, Mark. “Improving the Culture of Ethical Behavior in the Financial Sector: Time to Expressly Provide for Private Enforcement Against Aiders and Abettors of Securities Fraud.” Penn State Law Review, Vol. 116:2, (January 25, 2011): 437-493.

2010

Abramov, Igor. “Building Peace in Fragile States-Building Trust is Essential for Effective Public-Private Partnerships.” Journal of Business Ethics 89 (2010): 481-494.

Bishara, Norman and Cindy Schipani. “Complementary Alternative Benefits to Promote Peace.” Journal of Business Ethics 89 (2010): 539-557.

D’Amore, Louis. “Peace through Tourism: The Birthing of a New Socio-Economic Order.” Journal of Business Ethics 89 (2010): 559-568.

Forrer, John. “Public-Private Partnerships and the Public Accountability Question,” with James Kee, Kathryn Newcomer and Eric Boyer. Public Administration Review, 2010, Vol 70-3, 475-484.

Forrer, John. “Locating Peace Through Commerce in Good Global Governance,” Journal of Business Ethics, January 2010, Vol. 89 449-460 DOI: 10.1007/s10551-010-0396-2.

Fort, Tim, J. Oetzel, M. Westermann-Behaylo, C. Koeber, and J. Rivera. “Business and Peace: Sketching the Terrain.” Journal of Business Ethics 89 (2010): 351-373.

Fort, Tim, ed. “Business and Peace: A Multispectral Approach.” Journal of Business Ethics 89 (2010): 347-350.

Getz. Kathleen and Jennifer Oetzel. “MNE Strategic Intervention in Violent Conflict: Variations Based on Conflict Characteristics.”Journal of Business Ethics 89 (2010): 375-386.

Haufler, Virginia. “The Kimberley Process Certification Scheme: An Innovation in Global Governance and Conflict Prevention.”Journal of Business Ethics 89 (2010): 403-416.

Husted, B., Allen, D. and Rivera, J. “Governance choice for strategic corporate social responsibility: Evidence from Central America.” Business and Society 49 (2010): 201-215.

Klock, Mark. “Lessons Learned from Bernard Madoff: Why We Should Partially Privatize the Barney Fife’s at the SEC.” Arizona State Law Journal 42 (Fall, 2010): 783-835.

Klock, Mark. “What Will It Take to Label Participation in a Deceptive Scheme to Defraud Buyers of Securities a Violation of Section 10(b)? The Disastrous Result and Reasoning of Stoneridge.” Kansas Law Review, Vol.58 (January 4, 2010): 309-354.

Koerber, Charles. “Corporate Responsibility Standards: Current Implications and Future Possibilities for Peace Through Commerce.” Journal of Business Ethics 89 (2010): 461-480.

Lavine, Marc. “From Scholarly Dialogue to Social Movement: Considerations and Implications for Peace through Commerce.”Journal of Business Ethics 89 (2010): 603-614.

Lavine, Marc. “Erratum to: From Scholarly Dialogue to Social Movement: Considerations and Implications for Peace Through Commerce.” Journal of Business Ethics 89 (2010): 615.

Levy, Stuart and Donald Hawkins. “Peace Through Tourism: Commerce Based Principles and Practices.”Journal of Business Ethics 89 (2010): 569-585.

Mayer, Don. “Peaceful Warriors: Private Military Security Companies and the Quest for Stable Societies.”Journal of Business Ethics 89 (2010): 387-401.

Nielsen, Tjai and Liesl Riddle. “Investing in Peace: The Motivational Dynamics of Diaspora Investment in Post-Conflict Economies.” Journal of Business Ethics 89 (2010): 435-448.

Penh, Borany. “New Convergences in Poverty Reduction, Conflict, and State Fragility: What Business Should Know.” Journal of Business Ethics 89 (2010): 515-528.

Rivera, Jorge. and Peter Tashman. “Are Members of Business for Social Responsibility More Responsible?” Policy Studies Journal 38(3) (2010): 487-514.

Smith, Ginger, Andrea Cahn and Sybil Ford. “Sports Commerce and Peace: The Special Case of the Special Olympics.” Journal of Business Ethics 89 (2010): 587-602.

Strong, Michael. “Peace Through Access to Entrepreneurial Capitalism for All.” Journal of Business Ethics 89 (2010): 529-538.

Tashman, Peter and Valentina Marano. “Dynamic Capabilities and Base of the Pyramid Business Strategies.” Journal of Business Ethics 89 (2010): 495-514.

Westermann-Behaylo, Michelle. “Institutionalizing Peace through Commerce: Engagement or Divestment in South African and Sudan.”Journal of Business Ethics 89 (2010): 417-434.

2009

Forrer, John. “How Do US Economic Sanctions Affect EU’s Trade with Target Countries,” with Jiawen Yang, Hossein Askari, and Lili Zhu, World Economy, 2009, Volume 32, No. 8: 1223-1244.

Griffin, J. J.  2009.  “Corporate Restructurings:  Ripple Effects on Corporate Philanthropy” in FSR Forum, 12 (November): 1.  Rotterdam, NL:  Erasmus University.

Rands, G.P. & Starik, M. 2009. The short and glorious history of sustainability in North American management education.Management Education for Global Sustainability. Wankel, C. & Stoner, J.A.F. (eds.) New York: IAP.

Rivera, J., Oetzel, J., de Leon, P., & Starik, M. 2009. Business Responses to Environmental and Social Protection Policies: Towards a Framework for Analysis. Policy Sciences, Vol 42: 3-42.

2008

Forrer, J and Kee, J. E.: 2008. “Private Finance Initiative: The Theory and the Practice,” International Journal of Public Administration, 31(2).

Griffin, J J.: 2008. “World Resources Institute”, “Bretton Woods Institutions” , “Capabilities Approach” , and “Royal Ahold” in Kolb, R. W. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Business Ethics and Society. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.

Griffin, J.J. and Vivari, B.: 2008. “Corporate Social Responsibility in America,” in Idowu, S. O. and Filho, Walter L. (eds.) Global Practices of Corporate Social Responsibility, Springer Verlag, Berlin.

Rivera, J. and deLeon, P.: 2008. “Voluntary Environmental Programs: Are carrots without sticks enough?” Policy Studies Journal:36(1): 61-63.

2007

Fort, T and Schipani, C.: 2007. “An Action Plan for The Role of Business in Fostering Peace” American Business Law Journal 44: 359-377

Fort, T. and Salbu, S.: 2007. “An Overview of The Ethics of Commercial Speech”17 Business Ethics Quarterly 17: 1-4.

Fort, T., Bies, R., Bartunek, J. and Zald, M.: 2007. “Corporations as Agents of Social Change: Individual, Interpersonal, Institutional, and Environmental Dynamics” Academy of Management Review 32: 788-793.

Fort, T., and Gabel, J.: 2007. “Peace Through Commerce: An Overview” American Business Law Journal 44: v-viii.

Fort, T.: 2007. “The Times and Seasons of Corporate Responsibility: Peace Through Commerce.” American Business Law Journal 44: 287-329.

Fort, T.:2007. Business, Integrity, and Peace: Beyond Geopolitical and Disciplinary Boundaries (CambridgeUniversity Press, London).