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An Introduction to Business Ethics

An Introduction to Business Ethics

5th Edition
By Joseph DesJardins
ISBN10: 0078038324
ISBN13: 9780078038327
Copyright: 2014

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Program Details

1 Why Study Ethics?

2 Ethical Theory and Business

3 Corporate Social Responsibility

4 Corporate Culture, Governance, and Ethical Leadership

5 The Meaning and Value of Work

6 Moral Rights in the Workplace

7 Employee Responsibilities

8 Marketing Ethics: Product Safety and Pricing

9 Marketing Ethics: Advertising and Target Marketing

10 Business’s Environmental Responsibilities

11 Diversity and Discrimination

12 International Business and Globalization