Introduction. I: Ethics and Consulting. 1. Reflections on the Suspension of Ethics: Managers and Consultants as Manipulators; F. Sejersted. 2. The Use of Consultancy -- Ethical Demands and Requirements; P. Batchelor. 3. Ethics and Intervention in Business: Moral Issues in Consulting and Economic Systems Design; J. van de Poel. 4. Consultancy in the EU Arena; S. Crossick. 5. Ethical Issues in Consultancy; J. Wessel Granzevoort. II: General Issues. 6. Management Consultants -- The Danish Experience; F. Poulfelt, A. Payne. 7. Nepotism, Politics and Ethics in the Purchase of Organizational Consultancy Services -- Two European Cases; P. Maclagan, C. Evans-de Souza. 8. Occasional Ethical Consultancy; A. Argandona.9. `Advise Us What to Do; Decide For Us' the Impact of Hidden Agendas in the Consultancy Process; H. Koppang, B.R. Lowendahl. III: Special Areas. 10. Government Agencies and Consultancy; O. Blymke. 11. Ethical Issues in Executive Search Consultancy; D. Mele, B. Roig. 12. Organizational Ethics Consulting in the Health Care Environment: a Look at a U.S. Children's Medical Center; J.A. Petrick, J.F. Quinn. 13. Consultants' Role and Responsibilities: Lessons from Public Relations in Germany; H. Steinmann, A. Zerfass, R. Ahrens. IV: Actual Ethical Issues of Consulting Services in Post-Communist Countries. 14. Actual Ethical Issues of Consulting Services in Post-Communist Countries; L. Nemcova. 15. Case Studies on Consultancy Issues in the Age of Economic Transition in Hungary; L. Fekete.16. Situational Ethics in Consulting: the Case of Slovenia; M.I. Tavcar. V: Concluding Issues. 17. The Dilemmas of Business Ethics Courses; J.M. Ortiz Ibarz, A.J.G. Sison. 18. Business Ethics versus Ethics in Business? J.M. Lozano. 19. Philosophers as Consultants; A. Follesdal. 20. The Consultant-Client Relationship: Personal Autonomy and Development through Dialogue; K.J. Ims. Index.