The Integrative Justice Model for Impoverished Markets: A Framework for 21 st Century Business Leadership Development in the Jesuit Tradition. Nicholas Santos, S.J. Gene R. Laczniak [Marquette University, Wisconsin, U.S.A.]. 12 th Annual CJBE Conference
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The Integrative Justice Model for Impoverished Markets: A Framework for 21st Century Business Leadership Development in the Jesuit Tradition
Nicholas Santos, S.J.
Gene R. Laczniak
[Marquette University, Wisconsin, U.S.A.]
12th Annual CJBE Conference
Leading Others and Developing Leaders for Business in the 21st Century
July 16-19, 2009
Rockhurst University, Kansas City, Missouri
Chris Lowney, Heroic Leadership
Kirk O. Hanson (2008), “Business Ethics in Action: Jesuit Business School Strategies for Engaging Business Executives,” Paper delivered at the joint conference of the IAJBS and CJBE at Fordham University, July 20-23.
A major trend in the first decade of the new millennium
All of these frameworks are suggestive of treating consumers, especially vulnerable ones, with fairness and without exploitation.
Santos & Laczniak, “Marketing to the Poor,” Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, Spring (2009)
André L Delbecq (1983), “Business Schools in Jesuit Education: FOUR REFLECTIONS.”