Editorial Board: Fritz Allhoff (Western Michigan University), Wesley Cragg (York University), Leonard Kahn (University of Calgary), Chris MacDonald (St. Mary’s University) and Deborah Poff (University of Northern British Columbia).
The goal of the Broadview Guides to Business and Professional Ethics series is to publish short, cutting-edge texts on major issues in business ethics for undergraduate courses. Though books should be suitable for classroom use, this does not preclude original research that points towards possible new directions in the field.
All proposals for the Broadview Guides to Business and Professional Ethics series should include a thorough discussion of competing books, and an explanation of how the project at hand differs from and/or improves on what is currently available. Authors should demonstrate facility with current research, for example, through publication in professional journals.
Manuscripts should be between 35,000 and 60,000 words. Broadview is particularly interested in proposals on the following topics:
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- How Good Canada Greed Be? The Fundamentals of Capitalism and Economics
- Ethics and the Workplace
- Business and Globalization
- Business and the Environment
- Ethics of Accounting
- Ethics of Finance
Broadview Press welcomes submissions. Before submitting a proposal, please first read their guidelines carefully: www.broadviewpress.com/pages.php?pageid=9
Broadview strongly recommends that before sending a proposal or manuscript, you contact the editor, Alex Sager (Philosophy), to see if a particular book idea might make a good fit with a series. He can be reached at:
412-815-1st Street SW
Canada T2P 1N3