Individuals, Groups, and Business Ethics

Routledge (2011)
Ethical principles and ethical decision making -- Ethics, society, and individuals -- Individuals, expectations, and groups -- Institutions, norms and ethics -- A hypothetical case : endeavour organisation -- Conflicts of obligations -- Obligations, exploitation, and identity -- Decisions, groups, and reasons.
Keywords Business ethics  Social responsibility of business  Interpersonal relations
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Call number HF5387.P768 2011
ISBN(s) 0415891949   9780415891943
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