Numerous reprehensible corporate, governmental, and nonprofit activities over recent years have highlighted the existence of organizational evil. Unlike other works on the topic, this book fully develops the concept of organizational evil, conceptually weaving the interchange between evil individuals (microlevel) who ultimately create the organizational environment that is evil, and the macrolevel elements of policy, culture, and manipulations of the social environment.

part |2 pages

Part I. The Nature of Organizational Evil

chapter 1|13 pages

Evil at Work

ByCarole L. Jurkiewicz, Dave Grossman

chapter 2|15 pages

The Dynamics of Administrative Evil in Organizations

ByGuy B. Adams, Danny L. Balfour

chapter 3|46 pages

Machiavellians and Organizational Evil

ByBarbara Oakley

chapter 4|10 pages

Evil in Public Administration: A Contrary Perspective

ByH. George Frederickson

chapter 5|16 pages

On the Psychology of Evil in Interpersonal and Corporate Contexts

ByDavid R. Mandel

part |2 pages

Part II. Understanding Organizational Evil

chapter 6|19 pages

Power in Organizations: Good vs. Evil

ByArthur D. Martinez, Gerald R. Ferris, Miriam Moeller, Michael Harvey

chapter 7|18 pages

Holy Evil

ByJ. Patrick Dobel

chapter 8|21 pages

Imagining and Managing Organizational Evil

ByMelvin J. Dubnick, Jonathan B. Justice, Domonic A. Bearfield

chapter 11|15 pages

Unconsciousness and Organizational Evil

ByGerson Moreno-Riaño

chapter 12|20 pages

The Four Roots of Organizational Evil

ByMichael R. Ent, Roy F. Baumeister

part |2 pages

Part III. Faces of Organizational Evil

chapter 13|20 pages

The Evil of Utopia

ByStewart Clegg, Miguel Pina e Cunha, and Arménio Rego

chapter 14|13 pages

Lawyers’ Ethics in Decline Martha Derthick

chapter 15|19 pages

The Moral Dimension of Security Outsourcing

ByFrank Anechiarico, John Dehn

chapter 16|12 pages


ByLarry M. Zwain