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Hamlin, Alan P. (ed.) (1996) Ethics and economics , Cheltenham, UK, Edward Elgar (The International Library of Critical Writings in Economics, 2 volumes).

Nind, Melanie, Sheehy, Kieron, Rix, Jonathan and Simmons, Katy (eds.) (2005) Ethics and research in inclusive education, London, GB, Routledge, 272pp. (Values into Practice).

Ashcroft, Richard, Lucassen, Anneke, Parker, Michael and Widdershoven, Guy (eds.) (2005) Case analysis in clinical ethics, Cambridge, GB, Cambridge University Press, 262pp.

Sque, Margaret R.G. and Payne, Sheila (eds.) (2007) Organ and tissue donation: an evidence base for practice, Berkshire, UK, Open University Press, 192pp.

Singer, P.A. and Viens, A.M. (eds.) (2008) The Cambridge textbook of bioethics, Cambridge, GB, Cambridge University Press, 538pp.

Neill, Alex and Janaway, Christopher (eds.) (2008) Editorial. Schopenhauer's philosophy of value. European Journal of Philosophy, 16, (2), 163. (doi:10.1111/j.1468-0378.2008.00305.x).

Neill, Alex and Janaway, Christopher (eds.) (2009) Better consciousness: Schopenhauer’s philosophy of value, Oxford, UK, Blackwell

Ben-Dor, Oren (ed.) (2011) Law and art: justice, ethics, aesthetics, London, GB, Routledge-Cavendish, 320pp.

Giordano, John, Coggon, John and Cappato, Marco (eds.) (2012) Scientific freedom: an anthology on freedom of scientific research, London, GB, Bloomsbury

Viens, A.M. and Selgelid, M.J. (eds.) (2012) Emergency ethics, Farnham, GB, Ashgate, 586pp. (Library of Essays on Emergency Ethics, Law and Policy, 1).

Viens, A.M. (ed.) (2013) Emergency research ethics, Farnham, GB, Ashgate, 522pp. (Library of Essays on Emergency Ethics, Law and Policy, 4).

Viens, A.M., Coggon, John and Kessel, A. (eds.) (2013) Criminal law, philosophy and public health practice, Cambridge, GB, Cambridge University Press, 278pp.

Aaronson, Mike, Dyson, Tom, Aslam, Wali and Rauxloh, Regina E. (eds.) (2014) Precision strike warfare and international intervention: strategic, ethico-legal and decisional implications, Abingdon, GB, Routledge, 264pp. (Routledge Global Security Studies).

Viens, A.M. (ed.) (2014) The right to bodily integrity, Farnham, GB, Ashgate, 578pp.

Coggon, John, Syrett, K. and Viens, A.M. (eds.) (2015) Public health law: ethics, policy and regulation, London, GB, Routledge (In Press).

Acemoglu, Daron and Verdier, Thierry (1998) Corruption, property rights and the allocation of talent: a general equilibrium approach. Economic Journal, 108, (450), 1381-1403. (doi:10.1111/1468-0297.00347).

Afolabi, M., Okebe, J., McGrath, N., Larson, H., Bojang, K. and Chandramohan, D. (2014) Informed consent comprehension in African research settings. Tropical Medicine & International Health, 19, (6), 625-642. (doi:10.1111/tmi.12288). (PMID:24636078).

Alexander, Gregory (2015) Might desires be beliefs about normative reasons? In, The Nature of Desire. Oxted, GB, Oxford University Press.

Alexander, Gregory (2015) Hedonism. In, The Routledge Guidebook To the Philosophy of Wellbeing. Florence, US, Routledge.

Angell, Emma, Biggs, Hazel, Gahleitner, Florian and Dixon-Woods, Mary (2010) What do research ethics committees say about applications to conduct research involving children? Archive of Diseases in Childhood, 95, 915-917. (Submitted).

Armbruster, Heidi (2008) The ethics of taking sides. In, Armbruster, Heidi and Laerke, Anna (eds.) Taking Sides. Ethics, Politics and Fieldwork in Anthropology. Oxford, GB, Berghahn Books, 1-22.

Armbruster, Heidi (2008) Memory, ethics, politics: researching a beleaguered community. In, Armbruster, Heidi and Laerke, Anna (eds.) Taking Sides. Ethics, Politics and Fieldwork in Anthropology. Oxford, GB, Berghahn Books, 119-142.

Armstrong, Chris (2009) Basic needs, equality and global justice. Journal of Global Ethics, 5, (3), 245-251. (doi:10.1080/17449620903403382).

Armstrong, Chris (2013) Global justice, positional goods, and international political inequality. Ethics and Global Politics, 6, (2), 109-116. (doi:10.3402/egp.v6i2.21313).

Armstrong, Chris (2013) Sovereign wealth funds and global justice. Ethics & International Affairs, 27, (4), 413-428. (doi:10.1017/S0892679413000361).

Baden, D. and Prasad, Swarna (2014) Applying behavioural theory to the challenge of sustainable development: using hairdressers as diffusers of more sustainable hair-care practices. Journal of Business Ethics (doi:10.1007/s10551-014-2398-y).

Baden, Denise (2014) Look on the bright side: a comparison of positive and negative role models in business ethics education. Academy of Management Learning and Education, 13, 154-170.

Baden, Denise and Chipulu, M. (2013) Moral Capital: It's strategic importance and measurement. Strategic Management Journal (Submitted).

Baden, Denise, Davies, Courtney and Wilkinson, Steve (2015) Profit vs health? Comparing the business models of Cuban and US pharma. Southampton, GB, University of Southampton, 12pp.

Baden, Denise and Harwood, I.A. (2013) Terminology matters: a critical exploration of corporate social responsibility terms. Journal of Business Ethics, 116, (3), 615-627. (doi:10.1007/s10551-012-1498-9).

Baden, Denise and Wilkinson, Steve (2014) Social responsibility: application of good practices in the Cuban tourism and hospitality industry. Yateley, GB, Nova Publications, 3pp.

Barker, Kit (2006) Theorising unjust enrichment law. Being realist(ic)? Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 26, (3), 609-626. (doi:10.1093/ojls/gql021).

Barnett, Clive, Clarke, Nick, Cloke, Paul and Malpass, Alice Centre for Citizenship, Identities and Governance (CCIG) (2005) The political ethics of consumerism. Consumer Policy Review, 15, (2), 45-51.

Barnett, Clive, Clarke, Nick, Cloke, Paul and Malpass, Alice (2008) The elusive subjects of neoliberalism: beyond the analytics of governmentality. [in special issue: Cultural Studies and Anti-Consumerism: a Critical Encounter] Cultural Studies, 22, (5), 624-653. (doi:10.1080/09502380802245902).

Barnett, Clive, Cloke, Paul, Clarke, Nick and Malpass, Alice (2004) Articulating ethics and consumption. London, UK, ESRC-AHRB, 12pp. (Cultures of Consumption Working Paper Series, 17).

Barnett, Clive, Cloke, Paul, Clarke, Nick and Malpass, Alice (2010) Globalizing responsibility: the political rationalities of ethical consumption, Oxford, GB, Wiley, 248pp. (RGS-IBG Book Series).

Ben-Dor, Oren (2011) Introduction. In, Ben-Dor, Oren (ed.) Law and Art: Ethics, Aesthetics, Justice. London, GB, Routledge-Cavendish, 1-29. (In Press).

Ben-Dor, Oren (2011) Agonic is not yet Demonic: at the be-ginning there will have be-come a de-cision. In, Ben-Dor, Oren (ed.) Law and Art: Justice, Ethics and Aesthetics. London, GB, Routledge-Cavendish, 114-132.

Biggs, Hazel (2006) The quest for a perfect child: how far should the law intervene? In, Biggs, Hazel and Horsey, Kirsty (eds.) Human Fertilisation and Embryology: Reproducing Regulation. London, GB, New York, US, Routledge Cavendish, 1-15. (Biomedical Law and Ethics Library).

Biggs, Hazel (2009) Competent minors and health-care research: autonomy does not rule, okay? Clinical Ethics, 4, (4), 176-180. (doi:10.1258/ce.2009.009026). (Submitted).

Biggs, Hazel (2009) Healthcare research ethics and law: regulation, review and responsibility, Abingdon, UK, New York, US, Canada, CA, Routledge-Cavendish, 206pp. (Biomedical Law and Ethics Library).

Biggs, Hazel (2010) Dying to know: legal and ethical issues surrounding death and do not resuscitate orders. In, Danbury, Chris, Newdick, Chris, Waldmann, Carl, Lawson, Andrew, Chris Danbury, Chris Newdick, Andrew Lawson and Carl Waldmann (eds.) Law and Ethics in Intensive Care. Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press.

Biggs, Hazel (2012) Vulnerability in health research. Ethics in Research: Doing the Right Thing, Even If Nobody Is Watching, England, GB, 11 Jul 2012. , 1.

Bowling, Ann (2009) Quality of life in healthcare decisions. In, Rai, Gurcharan (ed.) Medical Ethics and the Elderly. Third Edition. Milton Keynes, GB, Radcliffe.

Bowling, Ann (2014) Quality of life in healthcare decisions. In, Rai, Gurcharan (ed.) Medical Ethics and the Elderly. 4th Edition. Oxford, GB, Radcliffe.

Brassett, James and Holmes, Christopher (2010) International political economy and the question of ethics. Review of International Political Economy, 17, (3), 425-453. (doi:10.1080/09692290903507201).

Bridges, Jackie and Fuller, Alison (2014) Creating learning environments for compassionate care: a programme to promote compassionate care by health and social care teams. International Journal of Older People Nursing, 1-11. (doi:10.1111/opn.12055). (PMID:24849082).

Buller, Henry and Roe, Emma J. (2014) Modifying and commodifying animal welfare: the economisation of layer chickens. Journal of Rural Studies, 33, 141-149. (doi:10.1016/j.jrurstud.2013.01.005).

Clarke, N., Barnett, C., Cloke, P. and Malpass, A. (2007) Globalising the consumer: doing politics in an ethical register. Political Geography, 26, (3), 231-249. (doi:10.1016/j.polgeo.2006.10.009).

Coggon, D. (2001) Ethics in occupational health research. Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 58, (10), 685-688.

Coggon, D. (2004) Occupational health research. In, Westerholm, Peter, Nilstun, Tore and Ovretveit, John (eds.) Practical Ethics in Occupational health. Oxford, GB, Radcliffe Medical Press, 241-252.

Coggon, John (2006) End of life care in Germany: on the proposed resolution of private and public desires and interests. Cardiff, GB, Cardiff Centre for Ethics, Law, and Society, 3pp.

Coggon, John (2006) Arguing about physician-assisted suicide: a response to Steinbock. Journal of Medical Ethics, 32, (6), 339-341. (doi:10.1136/jme.2005.013318).

Coggon, John (2006) Book review. Aiming to kill: the ethics of suicide and euthanasia. Journal of Medical Ethics, 32, (9), 556. (doi:10.1136/jme.2006.016857).

Coggon, John (2007) Book review. Death’s dominion—ethics at the end of life. Journal of Medical Ethics, 33, (12), 742. (doi:10.1136/jme.2007.021758).

Coggon, John (2008) Problems with claims that Sanctity leads to ‘Pro-Life’ Law, and reasons for doubting it to be a convincing ‘Middle Way’. Medecine and Law, 27, (1), 203-213.

Coggon, John (2008) Assisting ‘death tourism’: possible prosecution or pragmatic immunity? Cardiff, GB, Cardiff Centre for Ethics, Law, and Society

Coggon, John (2008) On acts, omissions, and responsibility. Journal of Medical Ethics, 34, (8), 576-579. (doi:10.1136/jme.2008.024729). (PMID:18667643).

Coggon, John (2008) Best interests, public interest, and the power of the medical profession. Health Care Analysis, 16, (3), 219-232. (doi:10.1007/s10728-008-0087-7). (PMID:18642085).

Coggon, John (2008) Harmful rights-doing? The perceived problem of liberal paradigms and public health. Journal of Medical Ethics, 34, (11), 798-801. (doi:10.1136/jme.2007.024067).

Coggon, John (2009) Public health, responsibility and English law: are there such things as no smoke without ire or needless clean needles? Medical Law Review, 17, (1), 127-139. (doi:10.1093/medlaw/fwn028).

Coggon, John (2009) Recent developments. Us and Them? The National Health Service and the failed asylum seeker. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 6, (3), 263-265. (doi:10.1007/s11673-009-9174-1).

Coggon, John (2009) Recent developments. No right to smoke in high security psychiatric hospitals. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 6, (4), 405-408. (doi:10.1007/s11673-009-9202-1).

Coggon, John (2010) Assisted dying and the context of debate: 'medical law' versus 'end-of-life law'. [in special issue: Legal Challenges and New Horizons for Medicalised Death and Dying] Medical Law Review, 18, (4), 541-563. (doi:10.1093/medlaw/fwq028). (PMID:21098048).

Coggon, John (2010) Doing what’s best: organ donation and intensive care. In, Danbury, Chris, Waldmann, Carl, Newdick, Chris and Lawson, Andrew (eds.) Law and Ethics in Intensive Care. Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press.

Coggon, John (2010) Doctors and assisted suicide. British Medical Journal, 340, 547-548. (doi:10.1136/bmj.c1394).

Coggon, John (2010) When and why does ‘assisted-dying’ become a problem, and what is the role of the law? Chonnam Law Review, 8, (3), 537-562.

Coggon, John (2010) Does public health have a personality (and if so, does it matter if you don’t like it? Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, 19, (2), 235-248. (doi:10.1017/S096318010999051X).

Coggon, John (2010) Book review. Autonomy, consent and the law. Genomics, Society and Policy, 6, (1), 80-86.

Coggon, John (2010) Recent developments. The Amended Suicide Act 1961 and the Director of Public Prosecutions’ policy on encouraging or assisting a suicide. [in special issue: Biopolitics] Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 7, (2), 141-143. (doi:10.1007/s11673-010-9235-5).

Coggon, John (2010) Prosecutorial policy on encouraging and assisting suicide – how much clearer could it be? Journal of Medical Ethics, 36, (7), 381-382. (doi:10.1136/jme.2010.036996).

Coggon, John (2010) Recent developments. Expert witness evidence in cases of alleged shaken baby syndrome. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 7, (3), 277-278. (doi:10.1007/s11673-010-9250-6).

Coggon, John (2011) What help is a steward? Stewardship, political theory, and public health law and ethics. Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly, 62, (5), 599-616.

Coggon, John (2011) Confrontations in ‘genethics’: rationalities, challenges, and methodological responses. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, 20, (1), 46-55. (doi:10.1017/S0963180110000617). (PMID:21223609).

Coggon, John (2011) Recent developments. Find the gap: welfare decision-making on behalf of “autonomous adults”. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 8, (1), 11-12. (doi:10.1007/s11673-010-9276-9).

Coggon, John (2011) On method and resolution in philosophical bioethics. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, 20, (2), 159-163. (doi:10.1017/S0963180110000800). (PMID:21435290).

Coggon, John (2011) Recent developments. No “de-medicalising” of abortion in English law. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 8, (3), 229-231. (doi:10.1007/s11673-011-9321-3).

Coggon, John (2012) All to the good? Criminality, politics, and public health. In, Alghrani, Amel, Bennett, Rebecca and Ost, Suzanne (eds.) The Criminal Law and Bioethical Conflict: Walking the Tightrope. Cambridge, GB, Cambridge University Press. (In Press).

Coggon, John (2012) Foreword. In, Hagger, Lynn and Woods, Simon (eds.) A Good Death? Law and Ethics in Practice. Farnham Royal, GB, Ashgate. (In Press).

Coggon, John (2012) Book review. Human dignity in bioethics and law. Journal of Law and Society (In Press).

Coggon, John (2012) What makes health public? A critical evaluation of moral, legal, and political claims in public health, Cambridge, GB, Cambridge University Press, 310pp. (Cambridge Bioethics and Law, 15).

Coggon, John (2012) Recent developments. The British Medical Association reinvigorates public debates on U.K. organ donation policy. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 9, (2), 125-127. (doi:10.1007/s11673-012-9370-2).

Coggon, John (2012) Prospective immunity for assisting a suicide?: excuses, justifications, and real politics. King's Law Journal, 23, (2), 195-205. (doi:10.5235/KLJ.23.2.195).

Coggon, John, Brazier, Margaret, Murphy, Paul, Price, David and Quigley, Muireann (2008) Best interests and potential organ donors. British Medical Journal, 336, 1346-1347. (doi:10.1136/bmj.39575.561898.94).

Coggon, John, Ford, Amy and Quigley, Muireann (2011) Introduction: medical law and ethics in the media spotlight. [in special issue: Medical Law and Ethics in the Media Spotlight] Medical Law International, 11, (3), 177-180. (doi:10.1177/096853321101100301).

Coggon, John, Hammond, Natasha and Holm, Søren (2008) Transsexuals in sport – fairness and freedom, regulation and law. Sports, Ethics and Philosophy, 2, (1), 4-17. (doi:10.1080/17511320801896091).

Coggon, John and Holm, Søren (2007) The Assisted Dying Bill – ‘death tourism’ and European law. In, Gunning, Jennifer and Holm, Søren (eds.) Ethics, Law and Society. Volume III. Aldershot, GB, Ashgate.

Coggon, John and Miola, José (2011) Autonomy, liberty, and medical decision-making. Cambridge Law Journal, 70, (3), 523-547. (doi:10.1017/S0008197311000845).

Coggon, John and Murphy, Paul (2011) Ante-mortem issues affecting deceased donation: an ethico-legal perspective. In, Farrell, Anne-Maree, Price, David and Quigley, Muireann (eds.) Organ Shortage: Ethics, Law and Pragmatism. Cambridge, GB, Cambridge University Press, 136-148. (Cambridge Law, Medicine and Ethics, 13).

Coggon, John and Stewart, Cameron (2010) Recent developments. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 7, (1), 3-7. (doi:10.1007/s11673-010-9219-5).

Coggon, John and Wheeler, Robert (2010) Confidence and conflicts of duty in surgery. Annals of The Royal College of Surgeons of England, 92, (2), 113-117. (doi:10.1038/sj.bdj.2010.538). (PMID:20353640).

Cooke, Sarah, Crawford, Gillian, Parker, Michael, Lucassen, Anneke and Hallowell, Nina (2008) Recall of participation in research projects in cancer genetics: some implications for research ethics. Clinical Ethics, 3, (4), 180-184. (doi:10.1258/ce.2008.008019).

Crawford, G.C. and Lucassen, A.M. (2008) Disclosure of genetic information within families: a case report. Clinical Ethics, 3, (1), 7-10. (doi:10.1258/ce.2007.007051).

Dillon, Justin, Grace, Marcus and Oulton, Christopher (2004) Some critical reflections on the teaching of controversial issues in science education. Development Education Journal, 10, (3), 3-6.

Dronsfield, J.L. (2003) New technology and curatorial ethics. At Seminar at the Icelandic Academy of Fine Arts, Reykjavik, Iceland, Jan 2003. (Submitted).

Dronsfield, J.L. (2003) Almost the artist: Nietzsche and the claims of the impossible. In, Nietzsche's Aesthetics, Warwick, UK, 13 Sep 2003. (Submitted).

Dronsfield, J.L. (2003) Responsibility and the space of the art gallery. In, Becoming Space, Ideology, Invention and Immanence, Reykjavik, Iceland, Oct 2003. (Submitted).

Dronsfield, J.L. (2004) Decision and system in the paintings of Katie Pratt. In, Carter, R. and Foster, S. (eds.) New British Painting. Southampton, UK, John Hansard Gallery, 30-32.

Dronsfield, J.L. (2004) An ethical turn in contemporary art? The Finnish Art Review, 1, (1), 108-109.

Dronsfield, J.L. (2004) The anticipation of responsibility in the work of Bill Viola. In, Townsend, C. (ed.) The Art of Bill Viola. London, UK, Thames and Hudson, 72-87.

Dronsfield, J.L. (2005) Danto, art's questioning, and the question of responsibility. In, Sanchez, P. and Hernandez-Navarro, M. (eds.) Danto and the End of Art. Murcia, Spain, Centro de Documentacion y Estudios Avanzados de Arte Contemporaneo.

Dronsfield, J.L. (2005) Danto, art's questioning, and the question of responsibility. In, Danto and the End of Art, Murcia, Spain, Dec 2003. Murcia, Centro de Documentacion y Estudios Avanzados de Arte Contemporaneo.

Duke, S. and Bennett, H. (2007) The practice of palliative care research: emergent ethical issues identified from a narrative literature review. At 10th Congress of the EAPC, Budapest, Hungary, 06 - 09 Jun 2007.

Edwards, Rosalind and Weller, Susie (2013) The death of a participant: moral obligation, consent and care in qualitative longitudinal research. In, te Riele , Kitty and Brooks , Rachel (eds.) Negotiating Ethical Challenges in Youth Research. London, GB, Routledge, 125-136. (Critical Youth Studies).

Edwards, Rosalind and Weller, Susie (2015) Ethical dilemmas around anonymity and confidentiality in longitudinal research data sharing: the case of Dan. In, Tolich, Martin (ed.) Qualitative Ethics in Practice. Walnut Creek, US, Left Coast Press. (Developing Qualitative Inquiry).

England, Ruth, England, Tim and Coggon, John (2007) The ethical and legal implications of deactivating an implantable cardioverter-defibrillator in a terminally ill cancer patient. Journal of Medical Ethics, 33, (9), 541-544. (doi:10.1136/jme.2006.017657).

England, Ruth, England, Tim and Coggon, John (2007) The ethical and legal implications of deactivating an implantable cardioverter-defibrillator in a terminally ill cancer patient. Journal of Medical Ethics, 33, (9), 538-540. (doi:10.1136/jme.2006.017657). (PMID:17761824).

Estes, Carroll L., Kelly, Susan E. and Binney, Elizabeth A. (1996) Bioethics in a disposable society: health care and the intergenerational stake. In, Walters, James W. (ed.) Choosing Who’s to Live: Ethics and Aging. Chicago, USA, University of Illinois Press, 95-119.

Fenwick, Angela (2014) Medical ethics and law: assessing the core curriculum. Journal of Medical Ethics, 1-2. (doi:10.1136/medethics-2013-101329).

Fenwick, Angela, Johnston, Carolyn, Knight, Rhona, Testa, Georgia and Tillyard, Andrew (2013) Medical ethics and law: a practical guide to the assessment of the core content of learning. A report from the Education Steering Group of the Institute of Medical Ethics. Old Bussage, GB, Institute of Medical Ethics, 56pp.

Fleming, Jenny (2002) Conduct unbecoming: independent commissions and ministerial adversaries. In, Holland, Ian and Fleming, Jenny (eds.) Motivating Ministers to Morality. London, GB, Dartmouth Publishing, 129-143. (Law, Ethics and Governance).

Fleming, Jenny (2006) Keeping the bastards honest: political transgression in Australia. In, Garrard, John and Newell, James (eds.) Scandals in Past and Contemporary Politics. Manchester, GB, Manchester University Press, 77-90.

Glasper, Edward Alan (2008) Prime Minister backs concept of presumed consent. Journal of Children's and Young People's Nursing, 02, (02), 49-50.

Greenhough, Beth and Roe, Emma (2010) From ethical principles to response-able practice. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 28, (1), 43-45. (doi:10.1068/d2706wse).

Grisbrooke, J. (2010) A study of Occupational Therapists’ ethical development as individuals and within communities of practice. University of Southampton, School of Education, Doctoral Thesis , 193pp.

Gurnham, D. (2013) Editorial. Criminalising contagion: ethical, legal and clinical challenges of prosecuting the spread of disease and sexually transmitted infections. [in special issue: Criminalisation of Infection and Disease] Sexually Transmitted Infections, 89, (4), 274-275. (doi:10.1136/sextrans-2013-051156). (PMID:23687127).

Gurnham, David (2012) Risky sex and manly diversions: contours of consent in HIV-transmission and rough horseplay cases. In, Alghrani, Amel, Bennett, Rebecca and Ost, Suzanne (eds.) The Criminal Law and Bioethical Conflict: Walking the Tightrope. Cambridge, GB, Cambridge University Press. (Cambridge Bioethics and Law, 1 ).

Haigh, M. (2007) What counts in social managed investment: evidence from an international survey. In, Lehman, Cheryl R. (ed.) Envisioning a New Accountability. Oxford, UK, JAI Press, 35-62. (Advances in public interest accounting 13).

Haigh, Matthew (2006) Camouflage play: making moral claims in managed investments. Accounting Forum, 30, (3), 267-283. (doi:10.1016/j.accfor.2006.06.001).

Haigh, Matthew (2007) A convention theory approach to corporate morality. Philosophy for Business, 37

Hallowell, N., Cooke, S., Crawford, G., Lucassen, A., Parker, M. and Snowdon, C. (2010) An investigation of patients' motivations for their participation in genetics-related research. Journal of Medical Ethics, 36, (1), 37-45. (doi:10.1136/jme.2009.029264).

Hallowell, Nina, Cooke, Sarah, Crawford, Gillian, Parker, Michael and Lucassen, Anneke (2008) Ethics and research governance: the views of researchers, health-care professionals and other stakeholders. Clinical Ethics, 3, (2), 85-90. (doi:10.1258/ce.2008.008014).

Hammond-Browning, N. and Holm, S. (2010) Hybrid embryos - ethics, law and rhetoric in the United Kingdom's stem cell policy. In, Capps, Benjamin J. and Campbell, Alastair V. (eds.) Contested Cells: Global Perspectives on the Stem Cell Debate. London, GB, Imperial College Press, 377-393.

Hammond-Browning, Natasha (2008) Stem cell research in California: problems with Proposition 71: can lessons be learnt from the United Kingdom. Contemporary Issues in Law, 9, (3), 183-208.

Hammond-Browning, Natasha and Stephens, Neil (2013) Moving human embryonic stem cells internationally: near-future challenges for the UK Stem Cell Bank and American collaborators. In, Priaulx, Nicky and Wrigley, Anthony (eds.) Ethics, Law and Society. Volume V. Farnham, GB, Ashgate, 299-312.

Hanratty, B., Lowson, E., Holmes, L., Grande, G., Jacoby, A., Payne, S., Seymour, J. and Whitehead, M. (2012) Breaking bad news sensitively: what is important to patients in their last year of life? BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care, 2, (1), 24-28. (doi:10.1136/bmjspcare-2011-000084).

Harris, Lisa, Coles, Anne-Marie and Davies, Richard (2003) Emerging ethical perspectives of e-commerce. Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society, 1, (1), 39-48.

Harris, Lisa and Spence, Laura J. (2002) The ethics of eBanking [In special issue: Exchange Relationship in the Digital Economy]. Journal of Electronic Commerce Research, 3, (2), 59-66.

Harwood, Ian and Humby, Stuart (2008) Embedding corporate responsibility into supply: a snapshot of progress. European Management Journal, 26, (3), 166-174. (doi:10.1016/j.emj.2008.01.005).

Heath, Sue, Charles, Vikki, Crow, Graham and Wiles, Rose (2007) Informed consent, gatekeepers and go-betweens: negotiating consent in child- and youth-orientated institutions. British Educational Research Journal, 33, (3), 403-417. (doi:10.1080/01411920701243651).

Higgs, Malcolm (2006) Implementing CSR: the challenge of change. In, Jonker, Jan and de Witte, Marco (eds.) The Challenge of Organising and Implementing Corporate Social Responsibility. Basingstoke, UK, Palgrave Macmillan, 193-210.

Hinks, Timothy S. (2007) Letter. Deceiving patients: ends never justify means. British Medical Journal, 334, (7603), p.1072. (doi:10.1136/bmj.39220.437419.3A). (PMID:17525409).

Holland, Ian and Fleming, Jenny (2002) Advancing ministerial ethics. In, Holland, Ian and Fleming, Jenny (eds.) Motivating Ministers to Morality. London, Dartmouth Publishing, 199-211. (Law, Ethics and Governance).

Holland, Ian and Fleming, Jenny (2002) The case for ministerial ethics. In, Holland, Ian and Fleming, Jenny (eds.) Motivating Ministers to Morality. London, GB, Dartmouth Publishing, 3-10. (Law, Ethics and Governance).

Holm, Søren and Coggon, John (2009) A cautionary note against ‘precautionary reasoning’ in action guiding morality. Ratio Juris, 22, (2), 295-309.

Jamali, D., Safieddine, A. and Rabbath, M. (2008) Corporate governance and corporate social responsibility: synergies and inter-relationships. Corporate Governance: An International Review (Submitted).

Jamali, Dima (2007) A stakeholder approach to corporate social responsibility: a fresh perspective into theory and practice. Journal of Business Ethics, 1-19. (doi:10.1007/s10551-007-9572-4).

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