Pen Name: None Connection to Illinois: Al teaches at Loyola University in Chicago, Illinois. Biography: Al Gina is a member of the Department of Philosophy and the Institute of Human Resources and Industrial Relations at Loyola University Chicago. He is co-founder and Associate Editor of the journal Business Ethics Quarterly, Senior Consultant for the Ethical Leadership Group, and a regular commentator on Chicago's NPR affiliate, WBEZ.
|Case studies in business ethics
ISBN: 0132424320 OCLC: 145732949 Pearson Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ : ©2009.
|Heigh-ho! heigh-ho! :
ISBN: 0879460946 OCLC: 31325411 ACTA Publications, Chicago, Ill. : ©1994.
|My Job :
ISBN: 1306110610 OCLC: 863048762 Routledge, 2013.
|Why it's hard to be good
ISBN: 0415960622 OCLC: 140107015 Routledge, New York : 2008. His approach to the age-old problem of how to be good is both down-to-earth and entertaining. In an extremely user-friendly way he argues that humankind's first task is to overcome the prevalent narcissism. With his typically charming and funny approach, Gini leads readers through the main areas of life, i.e., work, play, sex, and death, showing through countless examples (from classics and popular culture) how people tend to avoid the task of being good. His aim is to make readers consider their own character, integrity, and conscience. The conclusion has been heard countless times: the central problem of ethics is not the blindness to the right thing ... but rather ... a reluctance to do the right thing. But Gini manages to make it fresh. Summing Up: Recommended. Lower-division undergraduates and general readers.--CHOICE.