Werhane, Patricia Hogue was born on September 20, 1935 in Ontario, Oregon, United States.
Master of Arts, Doctor of Philosophy, Northwestern University, 1969.
Professor American College Switzerland, Leysin, 1972—1975, Loyola University, Chicago, 1975—1993. Ruffin professor business ethics Darden School University Virginia, Charlottesville, since 1993. Co-director Olsson Center for Applied Ethics.
Of interest to anyone who wishes to understand more about employee rights and the revolutionizing of employment models, Employment and Employee Rights addresses the issue of rights in the workplace from the perspective of both employees and employers.
Why do good people do ethically questionable things? Why do reputable businesses ignore the harmful consequences of their actions? These questions continue to challenge philosophers, legal scholars, and corporate leaders.
Author: (books) Moral Imagination and Management Decision-Making, 1999, Adam Smith and his Legacy for Modern Capitalism, 1991, Organization Ethics in Health Care, 2000, Employment and Employee Rights, 2002, Ethical Issues in Business, 7th edition, 2002.