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Business Ethics

Critical Perspectives on Business and Management

Edited by Alan Malachowski

Introduction by Alan Malachowski

Routledge – 2002 – 1,300 pages

Series: Critical Perspectives on Business and Management

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    978-0-415-18461-8
    August 23rd 2001

Description

It is no longer possible for modern companies to ignore the ethical or social implications of their business practice. Controversy surrounding such issues as the environment, rewards to senior managers and international labour standards have made business ethics front-page news and helped the concept of business ethics emerge as a fully-fledged part of the business and management landscape.

This set brings together a wide cross-section of material from both philosophy and business journals. It includes:

· business ethics and how it has developed

· compatibility with the free market

· international business ethics

· case-studies.

There is also a new introduction and a thorough index, making this set an invaluable reference tool for both academics and practitioners in the field.

Contents

Volume 1: Methodological Issues

Part I: Business Ethics: Defining its Nature and Importance

Part II: Fresh Perspectives

Part III: Further Empirical and Theoretical Concerns

Volume 2: Markets, Finance and the Professions

Part I: Markets and Finance

Part II: Ethics in Professional Life

Volume 3: International and Environmental Business Ethics

Part I: International Business Ethics

Part II: Environmental Business Ethics

Volume 4: Case-Studies in Business Ethics

Part I: Case-Study Techniques

Part II: Case-Studies

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Name: Business Ethics: Critical Perspectives on Business and Management (Hardback)Routledge 
Description: Edited by Alan MalachowskiIntroduction by Alan Malachowski. It is no longer possible for modern companies to ignore the ethical or social implications of their business practice. Controversy surrounding such issues as the environment, rewards to senior managers and international labour standards have made...
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