Published Resources from the KBEI
- Social Capital, Economic Diversity, and Civic Well-Being in Flint and Grand Rapids by Michael DeWilde. Article featured on page 22 of Seidman Business Review, Volume XXII.
- Is There Nothing to be Done? Sexual Harassment, Emotional Empathy, and the Role of Men by Michael DeWilde and Nguyen Pham. Article featured on page 19 of Seidman Business Review, Volume XXVI.
- Psychological Introspection as Moral Courage in Leaders by Michael DeWilde. Transcript of a talk delivered at ESC Rennes School of Business, Rennes, France in January, 2010.
- The Business of the Humanities by Michael DeWilde. The liberal arts, and the humanities in particular, seem to be a hidden passion for any number of CEO’s, executives, Wall Street investors, and lawyers.
- A (very) Concise Guide to Eight Moral Theories by Michael DeWilde.
- An Outline for Ethical Decision-Making by Michael DeWilde.
- A Business Ethics Center Rethinks Its Role by Michael DeWilde.
General Business Ethics Resources
- Water could make the Great Lakes a climate refuge. (Bridge Michigan)
- Report Finds Grand Rapids has Lowest Percentage of Female Breadwinners (Grand Rapids Business Journal)
- McDonald's Workers in Denmark Pity Us (New York Times)
- Flint's decline, Grand Rapids' success predicted in 70-year-old study (MLive)
- Rational Actors and Political Persuasion (Harvard Gazette)
- Why Women Still Can't Have It All by Anne-Marie Slaughter (The Atlantic)
- The Christian Paradox: How a Faithful Nation Gets Jesus Wrong by Bill McKibben (Harpers)
- The Education of an Educated CEO by Jeff Bailey.
- Should Amazon, Apple, Google and Facebook Be Broken Up? Scott Galloway on The Big Four
- Anne-Marie Slaughter's TED Talk: Can we all "have it all"?
- Panel Discussion at GVSU on The Future of Capitalism: Constructive Competition or Chaos?
- Michael DeWilde on Why Grand Rapids is Not Flint. (Continued in Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, and Part 5.)
Behavioral Ethics Resources
- The Moral Instinct by Steven Pinker
- Can Selfishness Save the Environment? by Matt Ridley and Bobbi S. Low Behavioral economics and evolutionary biology save the world.
- Power Moves: Success changes how people think and act—often, but not always, for the worse, by Theodor Schaarschmidt.
- Article about a recent U of M study on college students and empathy- Empathy: College students don't have as much as they used to and the corresponding study- Changes in Dispositional Empathy in American College Students Over Time: A Meta-Analysis
- New York Times article, "Why Some Teams Are Smarter Than Others"
- We Know How You Feel- The New Yorker
Normative Ethics Resources
Book cover for "The System: Who Rigged It, How We Fix It" by Robert Reich
Medical Ethics Resources
"The Beauty in Breaking: A Memoir" by Michele Harper
"In Shock (My Journey from Death to Recovery and the Redemptive Power of Hope)" by Rana Awdish
- CVS Health, Walmart and Walgreens helped perpetuate the opioid crisis, a jury found, the first time retailers were held accountable. by Jan Hoffman. Jan Hoffman, whose writing is centered around behavioral health and health law, discusses three of the nation's largest pharmacy chains' contribution to the opioid crisis in Ohio after a federal jury verdict.