An Introduction to Business Ethics

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Cengage Learning EMEA, 1993 - Business & Economics - 585 pages
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An Introduction to Business Ethics explores the issues of individual and corporate responsibility in business, and integrates many contemporary and classic readings with the text. The book has a cross-cultural approach and case studies are used throughout.
 

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Contents

its scope and purpose
11
Introducing the readings
36
The ethical side of enterprise Verne E Henderson
50
The wealth of nations Adam Smith
63
the work of business
76
the new consumer
143
Introducing the readings
186
Can socialism change its spots? Chris R Tame
193
a real issue? Arnold Schilder
385
Case study Polly Peck
400
Introducing the readings
413
The affluent society J K Galbraith
423
The non sequitur of the dependence effect F A von Hayek
432
Herself reappraised Advertising Standards Authority
438
Case study Cigarette advertising
450
Introducing the readings
463

Anarchy state and utopia R Nozick
209
the story of NFC
221
Introducing the readings
248
Can a corporation have a conscience? Kenneth E Goodpaster
266
Introducing the readings
306
Is an employee bill of rights needed? Donald L Martin
318
Because you are a woman John R Lucas
326
Sexual justice Janet Radcliff Richards
336
Case study Opportunity 2000
343
Introducing the readings
359
ED42 the end of creative accounting? Michael J Brooks
368
a practical problem analysed
377
Buddhist economics E F Schumacher
477
A bill of goods? Green consuming in perspective
483
Environmental problems in our daily lives
498
Discussion topics
505
Introducing the readings
520
Managers and their value systems George W England
532
In the market place Meir Tamari
544
This confused society H N S Karunatilake
553
The art of Japanese management Richard Tanner Pascale
563
Discussion topics
569
Index
576
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About the author (1993)

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.

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