2.5 References

 

 

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Bain, P. and Taylor, P. (2004) No Passage to India? UK Unions, Globalisation and the Migration of Call Centre Jobs, Work, Employment and Society Conference 1–3 September 2004, Manchester.

Cowe, R. and Porritt, J. (2002) Government's Business: Enabling corporate sustainability. London: Forum for the Future.

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Hosmer, L.T. (1994) ‘Strategic planning as if ethics mattered’, Strategic Management Journal, 15, 17–34.

Hutton, W. (1995) The State We ‘re In, London, Vintage.

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Sternberg, E. (1995) Just Business: Business Ethics in Action, London, Warner Books.

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Woodall, J. and Winstanley, D. (2001) ‘The place of ethics in HRM’ in Storey, J. (ed.) Human Resource Management: A Critical Text, 2nd edition, London, Thomson Learning, 37–56.