Book Reviews and Essays

Denis Collins (2010) Book review of Thomas L. Friedman, Hot, Flat, and Crowded: Why We Need a Green Revolution – and How It Can Renew America, Business Ethics Quarterly, 20(1), 127-134.

Denis Collins (2008) Book review of William J. Baumo, Robert E. Litan, and Carl J. Schramm, Good Capitalism, Bad Capitalism, and the Economics of Growth and Prosperity, Business Ethics Quarterly, 18(2), 267-281.

Denis Collins (2007) “Lies and Capitalism,” Business Ethics Quarterly, 17(3), 565-574. A scholarly book review discussion of David Livingstone Smith’s Why We Lie: The Evolutionary Roots of Deception and the Unconscious Mind and John Bogle’s The Battle for the Soul of Capitalism.

Denis Collins (2006) “Globalization, Interconnectedness and Wal-Mart the Bully,” Business Ethics Quarterly, 16(2), 374-389. A scholarly book review discussion of The World is Flat by Thomas Friedman.

Denis Collins (2004) Book review of Arthur Levitt and Paula Dwyer’s Take on the Street: What Wall Street and Corporate America Don’t Want You to Know,” International Journal of Organizational Analysis, 12(1), 77-81.

Denis Collins (2003) “Stumbling Our Way Toward A World-Wide Democratic Government: Globalization and Sweatshops,” Business Ethics Quarterly, 13(3), 403-411. A scholarly book review discussion of Nonzero: The Logic of Human Destiny by Robert Wright and Thunder from the East: Portrait of a Rising Asia by Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn.

Denis Collins (2002) Book review of Barbara Ehrenreich’s Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting By in America, International Journal of Organizational Analysis, 10(2), 197-200.

Denis Collins (2001) Book review of Thomas Friedman’s The Lexus and the Olive Tree, Business & Society, 40(2), 226-234.

Denis Collins (1996) “Capitalism and Sin: Please Exploit Me for Your Benefit,” Business & Society, 35(1), 42-50.

Denis Collins (1996) “Serving the Homeless and Low-Income Communities Through Business & Society/Business Ethics Class Projects: The University of Wisconsin-Madison Plan,Journal of Business Ethics, 15(1), 67-85.

Denis Collins (1996) “The Voluntary Brainwashing of Humanities Students in Stanford's MBA Program: Student Complaints and Some Recommendations,Business Ethics Quarterly, 6(3), 391-411.  A scholarly book review discussion of Snapshots from Hell by Peter Robinson.

Denis Collins (1995) “The Force: They Sell for a Living, and What Drives Them to the Top Can Push Them to the Edge,” Business & Society, 34(3), 345-355.  A scholarly book review discussion of The Force by David Dorsey.

Denis Collins (1995) “Why the Homeless Don't Have Homes and What to Do About It,” Business & Society, 34(2), 241-252.  A scholarly book review discussion of Why the Homeless Don't Have Homes and What to Do About It by Micheal Elliott.

Denis Collins (1995) Book review of Philip Selznick's The Moral Commonwealth, International Journal of Organizational Analysis, 3(3), 320-323.

Denis Collins (1994) “The Fall of Business Ethics in Capitalist Society: Adam Smith Revisited,Business Ethics Quarterly, 4(4), 519-535.  A scholarly book review discussion of Capitalist Fools by Nicholas von Hoffman.

Denis Collins (1994) “Discontenting Contented Capitalists: A B&S Action Plan,Business & Society, 33(1), 132-138.  A scholarly book review discussion of The Culture of Contentment by John Kenneth Galbraith.

Denis Collins (1992) “An Ethical Analysis of Organizational Power at Salomon Brothers, Business Ethics Quarterly, 2(3), 367-378.  A scholarly book review discussion of Liars Poker by Michael Lewis.

Larry Hatcher, Timothy L. Ross & Denis Collins (1992) “Why Employees Support (and Oppose) Gainsharing Plans,” Compensation and Benefits Management, 8(2), 17-27.

Denis Collins & Laura Page (1992) “Teaching Business Ethics: A Practical Guide and Case Studies,Small Business Forum, 10(1), 63-80.  Reprinted in Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC) of the Office of Educational Research and Improvement, U.S. Department of Education, database.

Lyman Reed, Kathleen Getz, Denis Collins, William Oberman & Robert Toy (1990) “Theoretical Models and Empirical Results: A Review and Synthesis of JAI Volumes 1‑10,” in Lee Preston (ed.) Corporation and Society Research: Studies in Theory and Measurement, Greenwich, Connecticut: JAI Press, 27-62.

Denis Collins (1989) "Plant Closings: Establishing Legal Obligations," Labor Law Journal, 40(2), pp. 67-80.

Timothy L. Ross & Denis Collins (1987) “Employee Involvement and the Perils of Democracy: Are Management's Fears Warranted?National Productivity Review, 6(4), 348‑359. 

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