Contemporary Issues in Business Ethics
Wadsworth Publishing Company, 1996 - Business ethics - 546 pages
This book takes readers from a common, skeptical starting point "Why study business ethics?" to the very heart of ethical and political theory. It provides readers with the social/political framework for examining important business issues through text, readings, case studies, and decision scenarios.
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Philosophy Ethics and Business
Utilitarianism and the Free Market
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