Part I: Genetic Screening.
1. Is a Genetics Screening Program for Job Applicants Ethical? An Analysis of the Conditions Necessary for Required Genetic Screenings in the Hiring Process (Thomas Harter).
2. The Business of Genetic Screening (Duane Windsor).
3. Genetic Commerce: The Challenges for Human Resource Management (Karen S. Markel and Lizabeth A. Barclay).
4. Geneticize Me! The Case for Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing (Ronald Munson).
5. Proscription, Prescription, or Market Process? Comments on Genetic Screening (Eugene Heath).
Part II: Genetically Modified Foods.
6. Transgenic Organisms, the European Union, and the World Trade Organization(Dennis Cooley).
7. Commercialization of the Agrarian Ideal and Arguments against the New “Green Revolution: Feeding the World with “Frankenfoods”? (Johann A. Klaasen).
8. Corporate Decisions about GM Food Labeling (Chris MacDonald and Melissa Whellams).
9. Moral Imagination, Stakeholder Engagement, and Genetically Modified Organisms (Denis Arnold).
Part III: Corporate Governance and Genetic Commerce.
10. Who Owns My Ideas About Your Body? (Asher Meir).
11. Pharmaceutical Mergers and Genetic Technology: A Problematic Combination (Michael Potts).
12. Stakeholder Care Theory: The Case of Genetic Engineering (Jamie R. Hendry).
13. Unresolved Issues and Further Questions: Meir, Potts and Hendry (Laura Hartman)