2 edition of Business ethics for a sustainable society found in the catalog.
Business ethics for a sustainable society
Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||HF5387 .C675813 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 729 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||729|
|LC Control Number||2009036593|
“With business’s renewed focus on sustainable growth, Newton’s hopeful book comes at the right time, providing us theoretically sound, eloquently presented, and practically wise frameworks and conclusions.” Dennis J. Moberg, Santa Clara University, and President, Society for Business EthicsAuthor: Lisa H. Newton. benefits for environments, societies and economies, this book grounds practical decision-making in ethical concepts and values. Through exposure to a wide variety of concrete examples, case studies, moral debates, and exercises, readers will gain a nuanced understanding of the ethics of sustainability and develop a set of practical decision skillsFile Size: 2MB.
The fourth edition of 'Business Ethics' explores throughout the text, in the context of business ethics, the three major challenges that businesses face when making ethical decisions: * Globalization * Sustainability * Corporate citizenship. Crane and Matten provides a truly global approach with a strong European perspective as well as examples from emerging economies and all around the s: 2. Just as important, in a 21st century sustainable society, every human has equal access to basic needs like nutrition, shelter, education and health care. Economic systems are transparent, ethical and built on fair and equitable practices, and companies employ sustainable methods of production and distribution.
Interactions between business, society and ethical values are proving critically important at the start of the 21st century. Corporate behavior is now firmly on the public agenda, and with new insights constantly developing within academic and business practitioner communities, this new series responds to a need for critical and reflective analysis, drawing on the latest academic research to. Sexty is an Canadian ground-up text that provides a broad overview of the Canadian business system, its interrelationships with society and the expectation of ethics in business, and business’s adherence to moral standards. Sexty adopts the "business and society" approach to business, in addition to three key words: ethics, responsibilities, and sustainability.
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The book is a pioneering book on business ethics, social responsibility, sustainability, corporate governance and globalization. It covers the three main facets of those subjects: the theoretical with 11 chapters on the essence of ethics and sustainability in the context of the Economic Whirl and the ethical credo of the author, the empirical with 20 case studies written mostly as short and.
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Includes resources in the area of ethical or socially responsible : Helga Haraldsson. The book is indeed a valuable collection of cases on business ethics and CSR which have been developed to help teachers, students and participants of postgraduate and executive management programmes.
The book has all merit to be recommended as a supplementary text book. “With business’s renewed focus on sustainable growth, Newton’s hopeful book comes at the right time, providing us theoretically sound, eloquently presented, and practically wise frameworks and conclusions.” Dennis J.
Moberg, Santa Clara University, and President, Society for Business Ethics. By the end of this section, you will be able to: Evaluate the claim that sustainability benefits both business and the environment.
Identify and describe initiatives that attempt to regulate pollution or encourage businesses to adopt clean energy sources. Public concern for the natural environment is a relatively new phenomenon, dating from the Author: OpenStax.
Business Ethics Magazine is collaborating with the CFA Institute on an eight-article series that recaps the Institute’s ongoing research into the application of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) standards to investment analysis and selection.
Here’s a listing of the articles in. This section focuses on the business firm as a stakeholder in its environment and examines the concept of a corporation as a socially responsible entity conscious of the influences it has on society. That is, we look at the role companies, and large corporations in particular, play as active stakeholders in.
Corporate Social Responsibility Defined. In recent years, many organizations have embraced corporate social responsibility (CSR), a philosophy (introduced in Why Ethics Matter,) in which the company’s expected actions include not only producing a reliable product, charging a fair price with fair profit margins, and paying a fair wage to employees, but also caring for the environment and Author: OpenStax.
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Students learn how effective business decision makers balance and protect the interests of various stakeholders, 3/5(2). Business Ethics and Corporate Governance offers readers a comprehensive coverage of the theories of business ethics and corporate governance.
This book emphasizes the importance of ethical principles in overcoming ethical dilemmas in the highly dynamic business world of today. Building an Entrepreneurial and Sustainable Society provides emerging research exploring the theoretical and practical aspects of sustainability within entrepreneurship and its applications in modern socioeconomics.
Featuring coverage on a broad range of topics such as public policies, internationalization, and social innovation, this book is. Book Description. Sustainable Business: Key Issues is the first comprehensive introductory-level textbook to address the interface between environmental challenges and business solutions to provide an overview of the basic concepts of sustainability, sustainable business, and business book introduces students to the background and key issues of sustainability and suggests ways in.
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Business ethics for a sustainable society: conquering the corporate Frankenstein. [Jacques Cory]. Ethics, Business and Society: Managing Responsibly is an exciting, thought-provoking and challenging book. The organizers of this compendium and the contributing authors have attempted to bridge the gap between conceptual theory and grounded theory, globalization of commerce and national constraints on its unbridled reach, and between ethical norms of a secularized albeit Western society, and.
"All organizations have ethics programs, but most do not know that they do," wrote business ethics professor Stephen Brenner in the Journal of Business Ethics (, V11, pp.
"A corporate ethics program is made up of values, policies and activities which impact the propriety of. The Triple Bottom Line of 21st Century Business Stony Creek, CT New Society Publishers Wayne Norman, MacDonald, Chris Business Ethics Quarterly 14 Martinez-Alier, J.
Ecological Economics: Energy, Environment and Society Oxford Blackwell Earth jurisprudence is an interpretation of law and governance based on the belief that society will be sustainable only if we recognize the legal rights of Earth as if it were a person.
True. Book title: Business Ethics Publication date: Location: Houston, Texas Book. The book is organized in nine chapters that addresses the three broad areas of concern??”values, ethics, and sustainable development.
It first discusses the prevalent concept of values in human society, the various types of values, and the crisis of values that seems to be engulfing the contemporary society.To be the publication outlet of choice for original research relating to business ethics and business-society relationships, helping to advance knowledge that contributes in turn to ethical and sustainable business activity that operates in harmony with changing societal expectations as well as natural ecosystems and planetary boundaries.This authoritative book includes cutting-edge insights from leading European and North American scholars who reflect upon business ethics' foundations, firms, markets and stakeholders in order to design more sustainable patterns of development for business and society.