Globalizing corporate ethics programs: Perils and prospects [Book Review]

Journal of Business Ethics 16 (12-13):1227-1235 (1997)
Abstract
Establishing a cosmopolitan ethical culture for a multinational company requires special effort above and beyond that needed for standard domestic ethics initiatives. This articles discusses some of the perils and prospects involved in international corporate ethics programs, and recommends some key guiding principles.
Keywords cosmopolitan culture  global ethics plan  human rights  moral disensus  rule formalism  transnational code
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