Combining text and stimulating case studies, BUSINESS ETHICS, FOURTH EDITION provides a comprehensive, intellectually solid survey of business ethics, suitable for undergraduates at all levels with little or no philosophical background. It introduces students to important philosophical concepts and principles in an engaging way, supplies them with useful social, historical, and philosophical background, and encourages them to grapple with important theoretical and practical issues that they might not otherwise think about.
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