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Case Studies in Business, Society, and Ethics

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ISBN-10: 0130994359

ISBN-13: 9780130994356

Edition: 5th 2004

Authors: Tom Beauchamp

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Case studies for courses in Business Ethics in the Philosophy or Business curriculum. A collection of 36 original and reprinted contemporary cases that focus on ethical and social issues surrounding business. Students will be made aware of situations that require moral reflection, judgment, and decision-making, thus revealing the complexities that surround moral choices and the formation of public policy.
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Book details

List price: $126.65
Edition: 5th
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Pearson Education
Publication date: 9/18/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 256
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.95" long x 0.95" tall
Weight: 0.990

Employees and the Workplace
Employee Recommendations and Grievances
Peer Review of Grievances at Shamrock-Diamond Corporation
Employee Privacy
Drug Testing at College International Publishers
The Open Door at IBM: What Can Company Doctors Disclose?
Sexual Harassment
Managing the Crisis at Mitsubishi Motors
Awkward Advances at Your Old House Magazine
An Explosive Problem at Gigantic Motors
The Reluctant Security Guard
Customers, Clients, and Consultants
KCRC's Incentives for Advertisers
Pornography's Many Markets and Distributors
Selling to Unethical Customers
Ellen Durham's Dilemmas Over a Customer Base
Confidentiality of Financial Information
Confidential Accounts at Swiss Bank Corporation
Conflict of Interest
Commissions at Brock Mason Brokerage
Consulting for Jones and Jones Pharmaceutical
Accountants as Consultants
Arthur Andersen's Dual Role at Enron
Stakeholder Interests and Government Interests
Intellectual Property on the Internet
Napster's Free Market in Intellectual Property
Regulating the Entertainment Industry
Violent Music: Sony, Slayer, and Self-Regulation
The Ban on Insider Trading
An Accountant's Small-Time Trading
Corporate Campaign Contributions
Lockheed Martin's Acquisition of Comsat
Corporate-Government Tensions
Italian Tax Mores
Noneconomic Issues Presented by Shareholders
Pate at Iroquois Brands
Environmental Protection and Government Regulation
Regulating Emissions: From Acid Rain to Global Warming
How Reserve Mining Became Cleveland-Cliffs
Competitive Markets
Sharp Practices
Seizure of the S.W. Parcel
Conflict of Interest
Edward Reece's Search for Contractors
Lilly's Consultation with Hostile Corporations
Exploiting Trade Secrets and Practicing Due Diligence
Venture Capital for Rubbernex Paints
Advertisements for Tobacco and Alcohol
Marketing Alcholic Beverages and Its Impact on Underage Drinkers
Banning Cigarette Advertising
"Sweatshops" and "Advertising" to Defend Them
Nike's Defense of its Vietnamese Factories
Problems of Justice: The Unfair and