Book reviews on BEJR are published only on a peer-reviewed basis. Reviews must meet the requirements explained in our Instructions for Authors and will be subjected to our usual double-blind peer review process. Normally only monographs–not anthologies–will be acceptable as targets for BEJR Commentaries.
Books listed below have been offered for review by their publishers. Interested scholars should contact us and we’ll put you in touch with the publisher. You may also of course free to submit reviews other recent books (published in the last 3 years) acquired at your own expense. If you have any questions, let us know. Email the editors at firstname.lastname@example.org. Interested publishers should likewise contact the editors indicating their interest in making relevant books available.
- David D. Schein, The Decline of America: 100 Years of Leadership Failures. Post Hill Press, 2018. [Note: a review of this book for BEJR will need to steer discussion to within BEJR‘s scope, i.e., business ethics, rather than focusing narrowly on leadership by US presidents, which is this book’s main focus]
- Mark Schwartz. Business Ethics: An Ethical Decision-Making Approach. Wiley-Blackwell, 2017.
- Robin Banerjee. Who Cheats and How? Scams, Fraud and the Dark Side of the Corporate World. Sage, 2015.
- Reuven Shapira. Mismanagement, ‘Jumpers’ and Morality. Routledge, 2017