The next phase of business ethics: integrating psychology and ethics

New York: JAI (2001)
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Abstract

In searching for appropriate business ethics for the 21st century, it is necessary to embrace a range of inter-related disciplines such as psychology and ethics, but also areas including philosophy, politics and religion. This text acts as an example of interdisciplinary scholarship.

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