Al Gini

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General Information

Name: Al Gini

Pen Name: None

Born: 1944 in Chicago, Illinois

Website: http://www.luc.edu/gsb/faculty_agini.shtml

Email: agini@luc.edu


Illinois Connection

Gini was born in Chicago and currently resides in River Forest. He works at Loyola University and WBEZ FM, the Chicago NPR affiliate.

Biographical and Professional Information

Gini is Chair of the Management Program and Professor of Business Ethics at Loyola University Graduate School of Business. He is the co-founder and associate editor of Business Ethics Quarterly, the Journal of the Society for Business Ethics. He is also a lecturer, consultant on corporate ethics, and can be regularly heard on National Public Radio's Chicago affiliate, WBEZ-FM.

Published Works

  • Heigh!-Ho, Heigh!Ho, Acta Pubns, 1997
  • My Job, My Self, Brunner-Routledge, 2001
  • The Importance of Being Lazy, Taylor & Francis, 2007
  • Why Its Hard to Be Good, Routledge, 2007
  • Case Studies in Business Ethics, Prentice Hall, 2008 - written with Alexei Marcoux
  • Seeking the Truth of Things: Confessions of a (catholic) Philosopher, ACTA Publications, 2010

Titles for Purchase and at Your Library

Heigh-Ho, Heigh-Ho: Funny, Insightful, Encouraging and Sometimes Painful Quotes About Work

ISBN: 0879460946
Release Date: 1997-03

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My Job, My Self: Work and the Creation of the Modern Individual

ISBN: 041592636X
Release Date: 2001-05-18

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The Importance of Being Lazy: In Praise of Play, Leisure, and Vacation

ASIN: B000OI15YI
Release Date: 2004-03-01


Why It's Hard to be Good

ISBN: 0415960622
Release Date: 2005-12-14

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Seeking the Truth of Things: confessions of a (catholic) philosopher

ISBN: 0879464313
Release Date: 2010-09-10

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Literary Awards

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Speaking Engagements and Upcoming Appearances

Speaking Engagement Availability: (Yes)

External Links

Al Gini on WorldCat

Al Gini on Amazon

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