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Case Studies in Business Ethics

ISBN-10: 0133824330
ISBN-13: 9780133824339
Edition: 4th 1996
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Description: For Business Ethics courses. This collection of quality cases and essays on business ethics addresses some of the most pertinent ethical issues in today's business environment. It goes well beyond matters of fraud and public relations to consider  More...

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Book details

List price: $57.00
Edition: 4th
Copyright year: 1996
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 10/3/1995
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 336
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.946
Language: English

For Business Ethics courses. This collection of quality cases and essays on business ethics addresses some of the most pertinent ethical issues in today's business environment. It goes well beyond matters of fraud and public relations to consider standards of professionalism, corporate decision-making structure, the interface between ethical theory and economic practice, etc.

Introduction to Ethical Reasoning
The Case Method, Thomas Donaldson
Business Or Ethics
Into the Mouth of Babes
Tylenol's Rebound
Communication In Business: Truth Telling, Misinformation And Lying
Toy Wars
Dow Corning Corporation: Marketing Breast Implant Devices
Uptown, Dakota, and PowerMaster
Manville: The Ethics of Economic Efficiency
When Did Johns-Manville Know?
Italian Tax Mores
Pollution And Environment
The AES Corporation (A,B), The Management Institute for Environment and Business
The Chainsaws of Greed: The Case of Pacific Lumber
Exxon's Knee-Deep in the Big Muddy
Employee-Employer Relations
AIDS in the Workplace: Options and Responsibilities
The Case of the Willful Whistle-Blower
The DC-10's Defective Doors
Hazards of the Enterprise
Aluminum and United Steelworkers, U. S. Supreme Court
The Aggressive Ad Agency: Selling Experience or Confidential Information?
Management Dilemma
Vital Information at Complex
Diversity In The Workplace
Management Women and the New Facts of Life
Blowing the Whistle on the Mommy Track
How To Get 'Em On Track
Woman's Work: Seeking Identity Through Occupation
Sexual Discrimination at Eastern Airlines?
The Oil Rig
Foreign Assignment
Gender Issues at Your House
A Note on Sexual Harassment
A Note on Sexual Harassment Policy
Obligations To Stakeholders: Employees, Customers, Community And Stockholders
The Ford Pinto
A. H. Robins: The Dalkon Shield
Dorrence Corporation Trade-offs
Sears Auto Shock (A,B,C)
Commission on Sales at Brock Mason Brokerage
Roger Hixon: Let the Buyer Beware
Multinationals
Ethics and International Business Consulting
The ERCI Episode
Tropical Plywood Imports, Inc.
H. B. Fuller in Honduras: Street Children and Substance Abuse
The Project at Moza Island
Merck and Company, Inc. (A.B), The Business Enterprise Trust
Three Scenarios
Success Stories: It Can Be Done!
Nice Guys Finish First?
Ice Cream and Integrity
Roger Meade: Running on People Power
Kresa's Cleanup
The Smoke at General Electric

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