Business: Its Legal, Ethical, and Global Environment

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Thomson/West, 2005 - Business & Economics - 1056 pages
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BUSINESS: ITS LEGAL, ETHICAL AND GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT offers the most integrated approach to Legal Environment on the market thoroughly exploring the intersection of law, business strategy, and ethics illustrated by emphasizing applications (nearly 300 real-world applications throughout the text). In addition to a providing very thorough coverage of the law, the book consistently applies legal concepts within a business context through a wealth of pedagogical devices, demonstrating to students on nearly every page the clear relevance of the material to issues they will face in the real world. This text fulfills current curricular and AACSB accrediting standards.

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Book is o.k. But it describes a real life situations, asks a lot of questions, and doesn't provide the answers. There is a companion website that would be helpful. But as far as I can determine, the website no longer exists.

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Marianne M. Jennings is a professor of legal and ethical studies in business in the Department of Supply Chain Management, College of Business, at Arizona State University. She has been named professor of the year in the College of Business three times and was the recipient of a Burlington Northern teaching excellence award. Professor Jennings has worked with the Federal Public Defender and U.S. Attorney in Nevada and has served as a consultant to many law firms, businesses, and professional groups. She has authored more than 200 articles in academic, professional, and trade journals as well as six textbooks and monographs in circulation. Her biweekly column for THE ARIZONA REPUBLIC is nationally syndicated, and her work has appeared in THE WALL STREET JOURNAL. In addition, Professor Jennings is a legal commentator for National Public Radio. She has conducted more than 300 workshops and seminars in the areas of business, personal and professional ethics, legal ethics, real estate, credit management, legal issues for academic administrators, law for the CPA, and legal and political strategic planning. A member of the State Bar of Arizona, Professor Jennings earned her undergraduate degree in finance and her J.D. from Brigham Young University.

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