1. ONeill, M. (2008). Public Confidence in Charitable Nonprofits. Retrieved from: http://nvs.sagepub.com/content/38/2/237.abstract
The conceptual framework for carrying out the analysis of the behavioral and attitudinal behavioral data, related to the public confidence in the nonprofit sector, is presented in the article. Additional attention is paid to investigation of the similar trends in the nonprofit subsectors. In accordance with findings of the author, there is no evidence for supporting the crisis of confidence hypothesis.
2. Serrano, R. S. (2013). Ethical issues facing the banking industry. Retrieved from: http://www.fidelisinstitute.org/article.php?se=13&ca=22
The core attention of the author has been paid to investigation of the central concerns and ethical dilemmas, which occur in the financial institutions. Serrano has outlined eight core ethical dilemmas: usurious practices; speculative banking; financing manufacturing and trade of arms; totalitarian regimes financing and supporting; financing of companies, which are not socially responsible; ecological impact; involvement in social enterprise and financing, sponsorships and donations, which contradict the good of the family. The set of recommendations has been developed by the author after consideration of the core ethical dilemmas of financial institutions.
3. Stolberg, S. G. and Labaton, S. (2009), Banker bonuses are shameful, Obama Declares, The New York Times.
In the scope of this article, the core emphasis is put on the fact that the increased Wall Street bonuses are not appropriate in the timeframes of economical crisis as investors lose their money and employees of banks get their extra bonuses. The evidence is supported by the statistical data and experts estimates.
4. Rest, J. R. (1994). Moral development: advances in research and theory, New York: Praeger Publishers
The core focus of the book is put on the four-component model theoretical framework and on the defining issues test (DIT) evaluations. The core conclusions made by the author are the following: modest gains are produced by the education programs; there is a high correlation rate between moral judgment and formal education.
5. Pallotta, D. (2008). Uncharitable: how restraints on nonprofits undermine their potential, Medford, Mass. Tufts University Press.
In the scope of this book, Pallotta claims that the nonprofit sector is placed by the double-standards at extreme disadvantage in comparison with the profit sector because profit sector is permitted for using the capitalistic tools for advancing the sale of consumer goods and nonprofit sector is prohibited from doing so.
In addition, Pallotta declares human independence from the obsolete ideas and in such manner theorizes that there is an option of accelerating progress, while grounding it on the most urgent social issues of current time.
6. Pettey, J. G. (2008). Ethical Fundraising: A Guide for Nonprofit Boards and Fundraisers (AFP Fund Development Series). John Wiley & Sons.
It the scopes of this book, the set of specific ethical issues, which take their place within the nonprofit organisations, are investigated and addressed. This book may be considered as the helpful, practical, and ultimately inspiring resource for nonprofit organisations.
7. Tschirhart, M. and Bielefeld, W. (2012). Managing Nonprofit Organizations. Wiley.
General understanding of nonprofits is offered by this resource, while referring to the theoretical framework and practitioner experience. The core aspects of leading, managing, governing and ethical behavior within the nonprofit organisation are represented by the authors. In addition, the authors have outlined the core factors, which are needed for being collaborative entrepreneurial and for setting successful strategies, evaluating the performance and for managing changes.
8. Gilliland, S., Steiner, D. D. and Skarlicki, D. (2007). Managing Social and Ethical Issues in Organizations. IAP.
Up-to-date reviews of the social and ethical issues, which currently take their place within the organisations, are analysed in the scope of this book. The set of innovative theories and perspectives in terms of organisational ethics is offered by the authors. The cutting edge of the most urgent managerial challenges of nowadays is provided in the scope of this book. For instance, the innovative theoretical approaches, new models, theoretical and methodological critiques, comprehensive reviews, and finally, the insightful and specific suggestions for different ethical and social issues, which are faced by different organisations, are discovered by the authors.
9. Parker, M. (1998). Ethics & Organizations. SAGE.
Valuable and rich overview of an increasingly important managerial issue for contemporary society organizations is provided in his book. The set of discussions, concerning the environmental responsibility, equal opportunities, corporate governance and consumer redress have provided the ethics with a prominent place in investigation of the organisation and its natural and social environments. The moral-ethical principles have been highlighted by new management styles, which, in turn, seek for the employees energizing by manipulating their beliefs. In addition, the author puts an emphasis on the fact that ethics has been moved by the debates around relativism and postmodern ethics to a new centrality in the current social theory.
10. Lozano, J. M. (2001). Ethics and Organizations: Understanding Business Ethics As a Learning Process. Springer.
Investigation of the core issues in the area of business ethics is carried out by the author in the scope of this study. The stakeholders, corporate social responsibility, corporate culture, ethical codes and the set of other issues are investigated by the author. The core emphasis of the researcher is put on the integration of different dimensions of the currently existing trends in business ethics. Such integration is applied by the author for interpreting the business ethics as the organizational learning process in terms of the cultural and social changes, which are mainly caused by the knowledge of society emergence.