Resisting Corporate Corruption Cases in Practical Ethics from Enron Through the Financial Crisis

ISBN-10: 1118208552
ISBN-13: 9781118208557
Edition: 2nd 2013
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Description: This text’s objective is to teach business ethics in a manner very different from the conceptual/legal frameworks which dominate graduate schools.  The book offers 25 case studies that cover a full range of business practice, controls and ethics  More...

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List price: $115.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 2/20/2013
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 552
Size: 6.50" wide x 10.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.178
Language: English

This text’s objective is to teach business ethics in a manner very different from the conceptual/legal frameworks which dominate graduate schools.  The book offers 25 case studies that cover a full range of business practice, controls and ethics issues.  The cases are framed to instruct students in early identification of ethics issues, and how to work such problems effectively within corporate organizations.  By pursuing these case studies, students should emerge with a “practical toolkit” that better enables them to follow their moral compass.  The cases provide examples of how executives can embed more ethical approaches inside alternative business strategies, redirect pressure and intimidation to parties better positioned to resist, and use the firm’s controls structure to counteract corrupt practices.  Specific cases take up the circumstances of whistleblowers and the changing protections afforded by recent laws.  Fourteen case studies examine Enron’s crossing of various ethical lines from 1987-2001.  Eleven new cases examine key financial crisis moments at Countrywide, Fannie Mae, Citibank, Goldman Sachs and PriceWaterhouseCoopers.  Interpretive essays discuss the nature of sound financial controls systems, the lessons of Enron, and the extent to which the financial crisis shows Enron’s issues to be unresolved.

Acknowledgements
Foreword
Preface to the Second Edition
Note to Faculty: How to Use this Book
The Enron Cases
Demolishing Financial Control, Neutering the Gatekeepers
Enron Oil Trading (A): Untimely Problems from Valhalla
How to do an Ethics Case Study
Enron Oil Trading (B): The Future of Enron Internal Audit
Enron Oil Trading (C): An Opening for Enron Audit?
Enter Mark-to-Market (A): Exit Accounting Integrity?
Enter Mark-to-Market (B): Accounting & the Aggressive Client
Necessary Ammunition-The Economic Rationale for Financial Control
Business Model Failures, Accounting Manipulations
Enter Mark-to-Market (C): The Disease Spreads to Enron Clean Fuels
Adjusting the Forward Curve in the Back Room
Enron's SPE's: A Vehicle too Far?
Court Date Coming in California
Resisting Corruption at Enron
Jeff Skilling and LJM: The "Shoot the Moon" Meeting
New Counsel for Andy Fastow
Nowhere to Go with "The Probability of Ruin"
Lay Back … and Say What?
"Whistleblowing" before imploding in Accounting Scandals
Legacy and Lessons of Enron: Forerunner of the Financial Crisis?
Resisting Corporate Corruption: Tactical Lessons from the Enron Cases
Underappreciated Origins of the Financial Crisis: A Personal Memoir
The Financial Crisis Cases
New Business Models Undermine Standards and Controls
Should Countrywide Join the Subprime Mortgage "Race to the Bottom?"
Seeking a Sustainable Business Model at Goldman Sachs
Juggling Public Policy, Politics and Profits at Fannie Mae (A)
Subprime Heading South at Bear Stearns Asset Management
Ratings Integrity vs. Revenues at Moody's Investors Service
Consequences for Gatekeepers and Firms
Juggling Public Policy, Politics and Profits at Fannie Mae (B)
Admission of Material Omission? Citibank's SIVs and Subprime Exposure
Facing Reputational Risk on Goldman's ABACUS 2007-AC1
Time to "Drop the Hammer" on AIG's Controls?
Financial Firms and Resisters
Write to Rubin? - Pressure on Underwriting Standards at Citigroup
Wean Lehman Brothers off "Repo 105"?
Time to Report Moody's to the SEC?
Take CitiMortgage to the Feds?
Chronic Crises, Systematic Breakdowns, Emerging Resistance and the Implications for Teaching Business Ethics
A Note on Blogs and Law Firms
A Note on Sources
Indexes
The Enron Cases
The Financial Crisis Cases

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