Here is a sample of the many articles written by Mark Pastin.

“No Ethics, No Change, ”  Lessons in Cultural Change:  The Utility Industry Experience, Public Utilities Reports Inc., 1994.

“The Reconstruction of Value,”  The Canadian Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 3 (November, 1975), pp. 357-93.

“Ethics and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act,” Business Horizons, (December 1980), pp. 43-7. Reprinted in: Ethical Issues in Business, 2nd ed., (Prentice-Hall, 1983), pp. 46-52, and in many other publications.

“The Ethics of Business Ethics,” Proceedings of the Middle Atlantic Assoc. of Colleges of Business Administration, edited by E. Brucker (1981) , pp. 8-11.

“Why?,”  Business Horizons, (January/February, 1983), pp. 2-7.

“The Integrating Role of Ethics in Effective Management,”  Ethics and the Marketplace, edited by James B. Wilbur (SUNY, 1983), pp. 159-163.

“Bits, Bytes and Ethics,”  Electronics West  (May, 1985), pp. 23 – 27.

“Ethics and Effective Management,”  Journal of Business Ethics, (November, 1984), pp. 293-304.

“Management-Think,”  Journal of Business Ethics, 1985, pp. 297-307.

“Strategic Planning for Science,”  The Research System in the 1980’s, ed. by John Logsdon, (NSF&Franklin Institute Press, 1982), pp. 71-83.

“Managing the Rules of Conflict: International Bribery,” Ethics and the Multinational Enterprise, edited by Michael Hoffman, Ann Lang and David Fedo, (University Press of America, 1986), pp. 463-477.

“Systematic Coherentism,”  Praxis and Reason, edited by Robert Almeder, (University Press of America, 1982), pp. 56-70.

“Business Ethics by the Book,”  Business Horizons,  (January/February, 1985), pp. 2-6.

“Ethics as an Integrating Force in Management,”  New Jersey Bell Journal, (Summer, 1985), pp. 1-15.

“Using Ethics to Forecast Future Trends,”  Administrative Radiology Quarterly, (February, 1986), pp. 47-52.

“Knowing Who Really Counts in Difficult Decisions,” Armed Forces Comptrollers, (Spring, 1986), pp. 9-15.

“Resolving Conflicts Between Business Ethics and Public Ethics,” Armed Forces Comptrollers, (Summer, 1986), pp. 19-25.

“The Fallacy of Long-Range Thinking,”  Training, (May, 1986), pp. 47-52.

“Confronting New Threats to Business: Ethics as a Tool for Predicting and Managing Social Issues,”  Business and Society, edited by S. Prakash Sethi and Cecilia Falbe,  (Lexington Books, 1987), pp. 121-141.

“Social Responsibility in The Hollow Corporation,” (with Jeffrey Harrison), Business and  Society, ed. by S. Prakash Sethi and Cecilia Falbe, Lexington Books, 1987, pp. 121-141.


“Technology and Ethics,”  New Jersey Bell Journal, (Fall, 1985), pp. 30-41.

“Losing the Future to the Past,”  Nation’s Business, (February, 1987), pp. 3.

“Ethics and Excellence,”  New Management, (Spring, 1987), Vol. 4, no. 4, pp. 40-43.

“Culture, Values and the Arts,” (with Larry Mankin and John Hall), Culture and Values in Arizona Life, (School of Public Affairs – Arizona State University, 1987), pp. 1-16.


“Ethics:  Pluralism or Conflict?,”  Cultures and Values in Arizona Life, (School of Public Affairs – Arizona State University, 1987), pp. 43-54.

“Self-Regulation: Business and the Professions, “Business and Professional Ethics Journal, Vol. 5, No. 2, 1989,  pp. 87-89.

“Ethics:  Building Community in the Corporation,”  Healthy Companies, Vol. 1, No. 3, pp. 14-17.

“The Thinking Manager’s Toolbox,”  Ethical Insight/Ethical Action: Perspectives for the Local Government Manager.  Edited by Elizabeth K. Kellar, (International City Management Association, 1988), pp. 91-104. Contributions to leader’s guide.

“The Hollow Corporation,”  Executive Excellence, Vol. 5, No. 5, 1988, pp. 11-12.

“New Models of Intention and Action, Proceedings of the American Psychological Association, Division of Consumer Behavior, 1988.

“Is There an Ethics of Politics?,”  Critical Issues, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, 1988.

“Lessons from High Profit, High Ethics Companies: An Agenda for Managerial Action,” Business Ethics, edited by W. Michael Hoffman (McGraw Hill, 1989). Volume also includes revised version of “Ethics and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act”.

“The High-Ethics Information System Manager,” (with Larry Axline) Information Executive, Vol. 2, No. 4, 1989, pp. 21-25.

“Ethics and Supplier Relationships: The Myths and Reality of Ethics in Government Contracting,” Government Procurement Issues for the 1990’s, Manufacturers’ Alliance for Productivity and Innovation, 1990, pp. 89-96.

“Ethics: Keeping Your House Clean,” Leadership 1990, American Society of Association Executives, 1990,  pp. 4-7.

“The Ethics Imperative,”  Planning Forum Network, September 1992,  pp. 4-5.


“Ethics and Corporate Crises,”  Fortune Magazine’s Crosscurrents in Corporate Communications,  No.21,  1992.

“No Ethics, No Change,”  Lessons in Cultural Change:  The Utility Industry Experience, Public Utilities Reports, Inc., 1994, pp. 335-346.


“Organizational Factors and Their Effect on Compliance,” Corporate Crime in America, Strengthening the “Good Citizen” Corporation, United States Sentencing Commission,  Washington, D.C., 1996, pp. 175-191 and other  contributions.

“Study Report: Why Employees Become Whistleblowers; How Firms Can Reduce the Risk,” Prevention of Corporate Liability,  Bureau of National Affairs, Washington, D.C., 1996, pp. 10-13.

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