Corporations are portrayed as full-fledged members of the moral community in this striking contemporary analysis of ethics applied to corporate cases. A fictional case creates a context for exploring issues involving employees, directors, and shareholders. Raises questions about the role of corporations in legal and global arenas. Chapter-length fictional scenario of Liberty Oil readily engages student interest. Integrates perspectives of legal, economic, philosophical, and political theory. Focus on the complex set of relationships between corporations and other groups and individuals helps students more fully understand corporate life from a moral point of view.
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