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Overlooked Thinkers: Stretching the Boundaries of Business Ethics Scholarship (Guest Editors’ Introduction) – Corrigendum

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© The Author(s), 2022. Published by Cambridge University Press on behalf of the Society for Business Ethics

The introduction to the special issue (Wicks et al. Reference Wicks, Thompson, Patricia and Norman2021, 495) misstated the title of the contribution by Helen Mussell (Reference Mussell2021). The correct title of Mussell’s article is “The Silenced and Unsought Beneficiary: Investigating Epistemic Injustice in the Fiduciary.” The title is correct elsewhere in the issue.

The editors apologize for the error.

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Mussell, Helen. 2021The Silenced and Unsought Beneficiary: Investigating Epistemic Injustice in the Fiduciary.” Business Ethics Quarterly 31 (4): 549–71.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Wicks, Andrew, Thompson, Linsday, Patricia, Werhane, and Norman, Bowie. 2021. “Overlooked Thinkers: Stretching the Boundaries of Business Ethics Scholarship.” Business Ethics Quarterly 31 (4): 489–99.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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