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This volume examines the breadth and depth of virtue ethics and aims to counter the virtue ethics amnesia that both afflicts general moral philosophy and affects business and management ethics. Divided into two parts, the handbook starts out with a historical introduction and chronology of the development of virtue ethics, providing a comprehensive assessment of its evolution and identifying the most influential authors and their works. The authors discussed include those who follow a philosophical or conceptual tradition in their treatment of virtue and those who belong to the research tradition of positive science, in particular, empirical, quantitative and applied psychology. The second part of the book discusses systematic approaches and major themes developed in virtue ethics. These contributions are conceptual, empirical/applied or case studies. They offer insight into the different topics to which virtue ethics has been applied, and show how virtue ethics has influenced the various operational areas of firms. Finally, they examine the virtue ethics responses to some of the most important issues that businesses and organizations face in the 21st century.¿ von Sison, Alejo José G.
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Editor-in-ChiefAlejo José G. Sison, Ph.D., is professor at the University of Navarre where he teaches in the department of Philosophy, in the School of Economics and Business, and in the Institute for Enterprise and Humanism. He was president of the European Business Ethics Network (EBEN) between 2009 and 2012. He began his teaching career at the University of Asia & the Pacific (Manila). In 1997, he was appointed Fulbright Senior Research Fellow and Visiting Scholar at Harvard University. Since then, he has received fellowships from the 21st Century Trust Foundation (London), the Academic Council on the United Nations System (Yale University), the American Society of International Law (Washington, D.C.), the Salzburg Seminar, Bentley University (Waltham, MA), the Policy and Leadership Studies Department of the National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University (Singapore), and the Institute of Education of the University of London. He became editor of the Philosophical Foundations section of the Journal of Business Ethics in 2009 and joined the editorial board of Business Ethics Quarterly in 2011. His research deals with the issues at the juncture of ethics with economics and politics, such as the virtues and the common good. His book, "The Moral Capital of Leaders. Why Virtue Matters" (Edward Elgar, 2003), has been translated into Spanish and Chinese. In 2008, he published "Corporate Governance and Ethics: An Aristotelian Perspective" (Edward Elgar) with a foreword by Prof. Jeffrey Pfeffer (Stanford University). His latest book "Happiness and Virtue Ethics in Business. The Ultimate Value Proposition" (Cambridge University Press, 2015) defends the critical role of the virtues in modern happiness studies.Associate Editors Gregory R. Beabout Department of Philosophy Saint Louis University St. Louis, MO, USAIgnacio Ferrero Business Department School of Economics and Business Administration University of Navarre Pamplona (Navarre), Spain