"An Introduction to Business Ethics" provides an introduction to the subject of ethics and values in the business environment. Set firmly in a European context, the book spans the range of subjects in business ethics, including: theories of ethics; capitalism and free enterprise; marketing; employment; the "greening" of business; and the international business culture. The book deals with issues which will confront business students in their future careers. It employs original articles by the authors, selected readings, discussion topics and case studies to encourage independent thought. It provides an outline of ethical theory and explains the issues surrounding the application of ethics and values to decision-making in business. This book has been written for students of business studies, management and philosophy at undergraduate and MBA level.
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George Chryssides is Senior Lecturer in Religious Studies at the University of Wolverhampton. He has published extensively in a variety of journals and is the author of three books.
John Kaler is Senior Lecturer in Social Philosophy and Jurisprudence at the Plymouth Business School, University of Plymouth. He taught previously at the University of California.
1. Setting the Scene 2. Business Ethics: Its Scope and Purpose 3. Ethical Theory 4. Capitalism, Markets and Justice 5. Corporations and Responsibility 6. The Work Place: Employment 7. Accounting and Investment 8. Reaching the Markets 9. The Greening of Business 10. Ethics and International Business Further Reading Index
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Book Description Chapman & Hall, 1993. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0412460807