Posts Tagged: entrepreneurship

Are You Worse than a Price-Gouger or Sweatshop Owner?

Here’s an 35-minute video lecture by Prof. Matt Zwolinski, on “Exploitation and the Psychology of Moral Judgment.” Here’s the official summary: “In this lecture, Professor Matt Zwolinski discusses how price-gougers and sweatshop owners may benefit consumers and workers, even when

Are You Worse than a Price-Gouger or Sweatshop Owner?

Here’s an 35-minute video lecture by Prof. Matt Zwolinski, on “Exploitation and the Psychology of Moral Judgment.” Here’s the official summary: “In this lecture, Professor Matt Zwolinski discusses how price-gougers and sweatshop owners may benefit consumers and workers, even when

Entrepreneurship Matters: Economically, Politically, and Morally

Here’s an full-length video lecture (53 minutes) by Prof. Alexei Marcoux on Why Entrepreneurship Matters: Economically, Politically, and Morally. “Ideas have consequences…ideas change the world. How you think about something will not change what it is — it remains what

Entrepreneurship Matters: Economically, Politically, and Morally

Here’s an full-length video lecture (53 minutes) by Prof. Alexei Marcoux on Why Entrepreneurship Matters: Economically, Politically, and Morally. “Ideas have consequences…ideas change the world. How you think about something will not change what it is — it remains what

Understanding Entrepreneurship (and Why That’s Ethically Important)

Here’s an 18-minute video lecture by Prof. Alexei Marcoux on Defining Entrepreneurship. Why is it so important, from the point of view of business ethics, to define entrepreneurship? Because what you think entrepreneurship is affects what you think entrepreneurs ought

Understanding Entrepreneurship (and Why That’s Ethically Important)

Here’s an 18-minute video lecture by Prof. Alexei Marcoux on Defining Entrepreneurship. Why is it so important, from the point of view of business ethics, to define entrepreneurship? Because what you think entrepreneurship is affects what you think entrepreneurs ought

Entrepreneurs and Moral Disengagement

New from Journal of Business Ethics. >>> Personal Motives, Moral Disengagement, and Unethical Decisions by Entrepreneurs: Cognitive Mechanisms on the “Slippery Slope” Entrepreneurs sometimes make unethical decisions that have devastating effects on their companies, stakeholders, and themselves. We suggest that

Entrepreneurs and Moral Disengagement

New from Journal of Business Ethics. >>> Personal Motives, Moral Disengagement, and Unethical Decisions by Entrepreneurs: Cognitive Mechanisms on the “Slippery Slope” Entrepreneurs sometimes make unethical decisions that have devastating effects on their companies, stakeholders, and themselves. We suggest that