Business and Society: Stakeholders, Ethics, Public Policy16th Edition
Business in Society
1. The Corporation and Its Stakeholders
2. Managing Public Issues and StakeholderRelationships
3. Corporate Social Responsibility andCitizenship
4. Business in a Globalized World
Business and Ethics
5. Ethics and Ethical Reasoning
6. Organizational Ethics
Business and Public Policy
7. BusinessGovernment Relations
8. Influencing the Political Environment
Business and the Natural Environment
9. Sustainable Development andGlobal Business
10. Managing for Sustainability
Business and Technology 231
11. The Role of Technology
12. Regulating and Managing InformationTechnology
Business and Its Stakeholders
13. Shareholder Rights and Corporate Governance
14. Consumer Protection
15. Employees and the Corporation
16. Managing a Diverse Workforce
17. Business and Its Suppliers
18. The Community and the Corporation
19. The Public and Corporate Reputation
CASES IN BUSINESS AND SOCIETY
1. Profiting from Pain: Business and the U.S.Opioid Epidemic
2. Wells Fargo’s Unauthorized Customer Accounts
3. The Carlson Company and Protecting Childrenin the Global Tourism Industry
4. BP Blowout: The Aftermath of the Gulf OilDisaster
5. Google and the Right to Be Forgotten
6. General Motors and the Ignition SwitchRecalls
7. The Upper Big Branch Mine Disaster
8. After Rana Plaza
9. The Boycott of Stoli Vodka
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