Business Ethics: An Indian Perspective

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Pearson Education India, May 1, 2009 - Business & Economics - 513 pages
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Contents

The Ethics of Consumer Protection 3 1
3-3
Marketing Ethics 5 1
5-5
Ethical Issues in Human Resource Management 6 1
6-3
Investors Rights PriviIeges
7-7
Corporate Social Responsibility 8 1
8-3
Ethical Dilemmas Sources and Their Resolutions 9 1
9-9
Ethical Decision Making in Business 10 1
10-5
Globalization and Business Ethics 11 1
28
Some Pioneering Indian Boards 15 21
21
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23
23
27
Discussion Questions 7 22
16-7
Monopoly Competition and Corporate Governance 17 1
17-1
The Role of the Government in Ensuring
18-3
12
18-12
The InstitutionaI Framework for Effective Corporate Governance 19 6
11

Concepts and Theories of Business Ethics 2 1
42
An Overview 12 1
12-3
1
12-7
The Theory and Practice of Corporate Governance 13 1
13-5
A Powerful Instrument
15-5
Governance Issues ReIating to the Board 15 12
15
Landmarks in the Emergence of Corporate
14
OECD PrincipIes 14 6
17
The Indian Scenario 20 1
20
The Indian Capital Market Regulator 21 1
20
Index
24
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About the author (2009)

A. C Fernando is a senior professor of economics and corporate governance and the Director of the Loyola Centre for Business Ethics and Corporate Governance, Chennai.

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