Giving Voice to Values Series
The Giving Voice to Values series is a collection of books on Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility that brings a practical, solutions-oriented, skill-building approach to the salient questions of values-driven leadership.
Giving Voice to Values (GVV) - the curriculum, the pedagogy and the research - is created and directed by Mary C. Gentile , formerly the Richard M. Waitzer Bicentennial Professor of Ethics at the University of Virginia Darden School of Business, Senior Advisor at the Aspen Institute Business & Society Program and consultant on management education and leadership development. The purpose of GVV is to transform the foundational assumptions upon which the teaching of business ethics is based, and importantly, to equip future business leaders to not only know what is right - but how to make it happen.
How to submit
Proposals are invited for concise (c. 50,000 words) business education books geared to the professional, undergraduate, MBA and executive education markets. Books may be focused upon a functional area (e.g., Accounting Ethics); an industry (e.g., Ethics in the Financial Sector); a regional area (e.g., Practical Ethics in India); or some combination of the above.
Although it is fully expected that some manuscripts may well include a focus upon the theory and analysis of ethical questions, or the history and benchmarks of Corporate Social Responsibility as it has evolved, the intention of this Collection is to emphasize research-based practical examples and guidance on how to positively enact values-driven leadership positions, rather than to focus solely or primarily upon ethical debate. In this way, these books will be useful not only in traditional business ethics and CSR courses, but also in other core management disciplines and applied executive programs.
To submit a proposal to the Giving Voice to Values Series, please download and complete a professional new book proposal at: https://www.routledge.com/resources/authors/how-to-publish-with-us and then send to MoriartyB@darden.virginia.edu in the first instance.
Interested authors are invited to discuss their ideas with any of the series editors:
• Daniel Arce, UT System Regents' Outstanding Teacher and Ashbel Professor and Program Head of Economics, University of Texas-Dallas – firstname.lastname@example.org
• Jerry Goodstein, Professor of Management (emeritus), Washington State University – email@example.com
• Brian Moriarty, Assistant Professor of Business Administration, University of Virginia Darden School of Business – MoriartyB@darden.virginia.edu
Please do not hesitate to contact the publisher and series editors if you need more specific guidance.