Business Ethics: Concepts & Cases
Pearson Prentice Hall, 2006 - 437 pages
For courses in Business Ethics
This popular text on Business Ethics introduces the reader to the ethical concepts that are relevant to resolving moral issues in business; imparts the reasoning and anaytical skills needed to apply ethical concepts to business decisions; identifies moral issues specific to a business; provides an understanding of the social, technological, and natural environments within which moral issues in business arise; and supplies case studies of actual moral conflicts faced by businesses.
The ethical landscape of business is constantly changing and this edition has been revised to keep pace with those changes most effecting business: accelerating globalization, constant technological updates, proliferating of business scandals.
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... competitive market thus continually - almost magically - reestablishes capitalist justice for its participants by ... Markets • Achieve a certain kind of justice • Satisfy a certain version of utilitarianism Respect certain kinds of ...
... competitive markets establish capitalist justice and maximize utility in a way that respects buyers ' and sellers ... markets do not establish other forms of justice . Because they do not respond to the needs of those outside the market ...
... markets may consume goods ( such as food or educational resources ) that people outside the market , or those with very little money , need to develop and exercise their own freedom and rationality . Thus , although perfectly competitive ...
CASES FOR DISCUSSION
Ethical Principles in Business
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