* Number Of Pages 640 * Publisher Financial Times * Copyright 2009 * Edition 3rd edition Fisher and Lovell, Business Ethics and Values 3rd edition Q How do corporate social responsibilities and good or bad corporate practice impact on business success in a global economy? Q Are individuals responsible for the ethical outcomes of companies? actions, or are companies themselves ... more on JumiaBuy it from Jumia
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Fisher and Lovell, Business Ethics and Values 3rd edition Q How do corporate social responsibilities and good or bad corporate practice impact on business success in a global economy? Q Are individuals responsible for the ethical outcomes of companies? actions, or are companies themselves responsible? Q How do you determine what course of action has the best ethical outcome for any given business situation? Fisher and Lovell offer the reader a comprehensive introduction to the ideas and complexities of the subject of ethics in the contemporary business world whilst making it relevant to today?s business students through the inclusion of frequent interesting examples and activities that put the reader in a position where ethical questions must be considered and debated. This third edition offers increased coverage of sustainability and more chances for illustration and discussion of ethics in the messy day to day practicalities of modern business through: two new longer case studies in the final chapter that integrate ideas and issues from the whole book and provide an opportunity to explore how different perspectives and multiple problems interconnect in real life situations. new Video Clips of interviews with Managers from companies around the world who discuss issues of ethical bearing in their business. new Podcasts that discuss how issues in the news can be viewed from an ethical standpoint. All freely available with purchase of the book at www.pearsoned.co.uk/fisherlovell ??Business Ethics and Values? is one of the few available textbooks that allows students to move from understanding more abstract moral argument to concrete business and political context.? ? Matthias Klaes, Professor of Commerce, Keele University and Senior Research Fellow, Stirling Centre for Economic Methodology. Colin Fisher is Professor of Managerial Ethics and Values, Nottingham Business School, Nottingham Trent University. Professor Alan Lovell is Dean of Glamorgan Business School, University of Glamorgan. Business Ethics and Values is suitable for any Business related Ethics, Sustainability or Corporate Social Responsibility course at an upper-undergraduate or Masters level.
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