The market ethic: Moral dilemmas and microeconomics [Book Review]

Journal of Business Ethics 11 (4):317 - 320 (1992)
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Brief cases written as multiple choice questions can provide the basis for a classroom game based on business ethics. This teaching note describes the organization of such a game and provides five sample cases.
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