American Business Values: A Global Perspective
For undergraduate business ethics, social responsibility in business, or business and society courses. The primary focus of this book is on American business values, but it also examines how those values are influencing people throughout the world, and how American values are, in turn, being influenced by other peoples. The book helps students to formulate their own values and goals. It challenges them to examine problems and to be aware of biases. It provides the tools to make informed ethical judgments, and tells them what is required to form good moral habits and character.
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