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1. Introduction ; 2. Obligation, Self-Interest, and the Development of Modern Society ; 3. Free Enterprise and the Power of Business ; 4. Economic Culture and the Legitimacy of Self-Interest ; 5. Technology, Liberalism, and the Weakening of Moral Constraints ; 6. The Crisis of Morality and the Moral Culture of Contemporary Society ; 7. The Moral Tensions of Management ; 8. The Challenge of Contemporary Management ; 9. The Challenge for Contemporary Society ; 10. Conclusion
John Hendry is BRESE Professor of Business Administration at Brunel University, a Fellow of Girton College, Cambridge, and Adjunct Professor of International Business Ethics at the University of Notre Dame. After obtaining a degree in mathematics from Cambridge he worked in industry and the accounting profession, before completing an MSc and PhD at Imperial College London. He joined the faculty of the London Business School in 1984 and moved to Cranfield School of Management in 1988. He then joined the Judge Institute of Management, University of Cambridge, where he served as founder director of the Cambridge MBA from 1990 to 1998. In 2000 he moved to Birkbeck College, University of London, and in 2002 to Brunel. He currently chairs the advisory board of the RSA/IBE Forum for Ethics in the Workplace and is on the Court of Henley Management College.