For one-semester, sophomore/senior-level courses in Business Ethics, Corporate Responsibility, and Business and Society.
This book presents a comprehensive anthology of readings, legal perspectives, and cases in ethics in business. Focuses on providing and explaining the tools needed to deal with ethical dilemmas in business.
Features and Benefits
NEW - Contrasting business ethics approaches - Present contrasts between compliance-based approach and value-based approach.
NEW - Performance Monitoring - New material in the chapter on Ethics of Employer/Employee Relations.
NEW - Genetic testing - Expands coverage of the hot topic of testing and screening.
NEW - Regulation of Business chapter - Revised and reorganized to focus on accountability and responsibility.
NEW - New and additional cases and new/revised legal perspectives.
NEW - Revised chapter introductions and supplementary readings.
NEW - Third World issues - Discusses issues and offers expanded business ethics perspectives from Asia.
Federal sentencing guidelines - Features articles which outline the impact of the guidelines on corporate compliance and self-regulation.
Corporate social performance - Presents coverage organized around the debate between stockholder vs. stakeholder management.
Comparative study of U.S. and Japanese business ethics -Written by a noted Japanese scholar, Iwao Taka.
Russia and Eastern Europe - Features articles on conducting business in Russia and Eastern Europe.
Strong international and multicultural emphasis.
Lower-priced paperback format.