Systematizing Norms

Business Ethics Quarterly 10 (2):451-481 (2000)
This article presents moral jurisprudence theory as a systematic approach to business ethics that analogizes core problems of the field to related problems in law. Adapting theoretical approaches from contemporary philosophy of law, the article develops a decision-making method for business ethics
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