Business Ethics: Critical Perspectives on Business and Management

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Alan R. Malachowski
Taylor & Francis, 2001 - 324 pages
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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, as well as helping it emerge as a fully fledged part of the business and management landscape. This set brings together a cross section of material from both philosophy and business journals. It includes: what is business ethics and how has it developed; are ethics compatible with the free market?; international business ethics; and case studies.
 

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Contents

INTERNATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL
1
origins evolution attributes
19
a philosophical
50
ethics
71
The potential for a universal business ethics
87
Managing for ethical conduct in a global business environment
103
Business ethics and cultural relativism
135
International aid and the scope of kindness
161
Ethics and the environment
191
Business in its natural environment
248
Business and environmental ethics
270
some issues
284
an ethical critique
304
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