David Hess
David Hess
Professor of Business Law, Ross School of Business, University of Michigan
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The next wave of corporate community involvement: Corporate social initiatives
D Hess, N Rogovsky, TW Dunfee
California Management Review 44 (2), 110-125, 2002
6412002
Social reporting and new governance regulation: The prospects of achieving corporate accountability through transparency
D Hess
Business Ethics Quarterly, 453-476, 2007
3132007
The three pillars of corporate social reporting as new governance regulation: Disclosure, dialogue, and development
D Hess
Business Ethics Quarterly, 447-482, 2008
2492008
Social reporting: A reflexive law approach to corporate social responsiveness
D Hess
Journal of Corporation Law 25 (1), 41-84, 1999
1541999
A business ethics perspective on Sarbanes-Oxley and the organizational sentencing guidelines
D Hess
Mich. L. Rev. 105, 1781, 2006
1262006
Can Corporate Monitorships Improve Corporate Compliance
C Ford, D Hess
J. Corp. L. 34 (3), 679-737, 2009
1122009
The meaning and meaningfulness of corporate social initiatives
D Hess, DE Warren
Business and Society Review 113 (2), 163-197, 2008
1122008
Protecting and politicizing public pension fund assets: Empirical evidence on the effects of governance structures and practices
D Hess
UC Davis L. Rev. 39, 187, 2005
1112005
The Kasky-Nike threat to corporate social reporting: Implementing a standard of optimal truthful disclosure as a solution
D Hess, TW Dunfee
Business Ethics Quarterly, 5-32, 2007
962007
Regulating corporate social performance: A new look at social accounting, auditing, and reporting
D Hess
Business Ethics Quarterly, 307-330, 2001
952001
Fighting corruption: A principled approach: The C principles (combating corruption)
D Hess, TW Dunfee
Cornell Int'l LJ 33, 593, 2000
952000
Corporate corruption and reform undertakings: a new approach to an old problem
D Hess, CL Ford
Cornell Int'l LJ 41, 307, 2008
882008
Catalyzing corporate commitment to combating corruption
D Hess
Journal of Business Ethics 88 (4), 781-790, 2009
752009
Public pensions and the promise of shareholder activism for the next frontier of corporate governance: Sustainable economic development
D Hess
Va. L. & Bus. Rev. 2, 221, 2007
712007
Governance of public pension funds: lessons from corporate governance and international evidence
D Hess, G Impavido
The World Bank, 2003
712003
The 2004 amendments to the federal sentencing guidelines and their implicit call for a symbiotic integration of business ethics
D Hess, RS McWhorter, TL Fort
Fordham J. Corp. & Fin. L. 11, 725, 2005
552005
The legitimacy of direct corporate humanitarian investment
TW Dunfee, D Hess
Business Ethics Quarterly, 95-109, 2000
522000
Getting from Salbu to the tipping point: The role of corporate action within a portfolio of anti-corruption strategies
TW Dunfee, D Hess
Nw. J. Int'l L. & Bus. 21, 471, 2000
432000
The Iowa Franchise Act: Towards Protecting Reasonable Expectations of Franchisees and Franchisors
D Hess
Iowa L. Rev. 80, 333, 1994
431994
Ethical Infrastructure and Evidence-Based Corporate Compliance and Ethics Programs: Policy Implications from the Empirical Evidence
D Hess
NYU J. L. & Bus. 12 (2), 317-368, 2016
362016
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