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Thomas Donaldson

Mark O. Winkelman Professor

Professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics

Research Interests: business ethics, corporate compliance, corporate governance, leadership

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  • Thomas Donaldson (2012), The Epistemic Fault Line in Corporate Governance, Academy of Management Review, 37, 256 - 271.  Abstract
  • Thomas Donaldson (2012), Three Ethical Roots of the Economic Crisis, Journal of Business Ethics, 106 (1), 5 - 8.
  • Thomas Donaldson, John Core (2010), An Economic and Ethical Approach to Charity and to Charity Endowments, Review of Social Economy, 68, 261 - 284.  Abstract
  • Thomas Donaldson (2009), Compass and Dead Reckoning: The Dynamic Implications of ISCT, Journal of Business Ethics, 88 (4), 659 - 664.  Abstract
  • Thomas Donaldson (2009), A frustrated quest for community, Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 37 (1), 44 - 48.  Abstract
  • Thomas Donaldson (2008), Hedge Fund Ethics, Business Ethics Quarterly, 18 (3), 405 - 416.  Abstract
  • Thomas Donaldson (2004), Dangerous Currents, Directors & Boards    Abstract
  • Thomas Donaldson (2003), Taking Ethics More Seriously: A Mission Now More Possible, Academy of Management Review, 28 (3), 363 - 366.
  • Thomas Donaldson, Thomas W Dunfee (2002), Ties that bind in business ethics: Social contracts and why they matter, Journal of Banking and Finance, 26 (9), 1853 - 1865.  Abstract
  • Thomas Donaldson (2002), The Stakeholder Revolution and the Clarkson Principles, Business Ethics Quarterly, 12 (2), 107 - 111.  Abstract
  • Thomas Donaldson (2001), Ethical Wealth of Nations, Journal of Business Ethics, 31 (1), 25 - 36.    Abstract
  • Thomas Donaldson, Thomas W Dunfee (2000), "Précis for: Ties That Bind”, Business and Society Review, 105 (4), 436 - 444.  
  • Thomas Donaldson (2000), Adding Corporate Ethics to the Bottom Line, Financial Times, November 9, 2000, Financial Times Mastering Management Series: , 6-7. London.  
  • Thomas Donaldson (2000), Are Business Managers Professionals?, Business Ethics Quarterly, 10 (1), 88 - 93.  Abstract
  • Thomas Donaldson (2000), Can Global Companies Conform to Code?, Adapted from Human Rights Dialogue
  • Thomas Donaldson, Thomas W Dunfee (2000), Securing the Ties that Bind: A response to commentators, Business and Society Review, 105 (4), 480 - 492.  Abstract
  • Thomas Donaldson, Lee Preston (1999), Stakeholder Management and Organizational Wealth, Academy of Management Review, 24 (4), 619 - 619.
  • Thomas Donaldson (1999), Making Stakeholder Theory Whole, Academy of Management Review, 24 (2), 237 - 241.  Abstract
  • Thomas Donaldson (1996), Values in Tension: Ethics away from Home, Harvard Business Review  Abstract
  • Thomas Donaldson, Thomas W Dunfee (1995), Integrative Social Contracts Theory: A Communitarian Conception of Economic Ethics, Economics and Philosophy
  • Thomas Donaldson, Lee Preston (1995), The Stakeholder Theory of the Corporation: Concepts, Evidence, Implications, Academy of Management Review  Abstract
  • Thomas Donaldson (1994), Toward a Unified Conception of Business Ethics: Integrative Social Contracts Theory, Academy of Management Review, 19 (2), 252 - 284.  Abstract