• Contemporary Issues in Management
    accessed 03/01/2012. Corporate Watch UK. (2004). Tesco. Available: http://www.corporatewatch.org/?lid=252. Last accessed 28/12/2011. Crane, A. Matten, D (2010). Business Ethics: Managing corporate citizenship and sustainability in the age of globalization. 3rd ed. New York: Oxford University...
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  • A New Colleague
    information and using it might be considered illegal and also a breach of the organization’s code of conduct. References * Crane, Andrew, Dirk Matten. 2010. Business ethics : managing corporate citizenship and sustainability in the age of globalization. 3rd ed. Oxford : Oxford University...
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  • Ethics
    very short introduction, Oxford University Press, Oxford Crane, A & Matten, D 2010, Business ethics: managing corporate citizenship and sustainability in the age of globalization, 3rd edn, Oxford University Press, Oxford Damian, C & Stephen C 2009, Business Ethics, 4th edn, Oxford...
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  • Toward a Holistical Perception of the Content of Business Ethics
    ; Crane and Matten, 2006; etc.). Diversity prevails. 5. Diversity of contents of business ethics In modern literature, many diverse definitions of the term BE can be found, as used in various contexts and for different purposes and denoting different contents (Gensler, 1998; Lafollette, 2001, 2005...
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  • Business Ethics of Nike Inc.
    Stakeholder Management. Ohio, United States: South-Western Cengage Learning. 2. Crane, A. and Matten, D., 2007. Business Ethics. 2nd ed. United States: Oxford University Press Inc.. 3. Shaw, W. H., 2010. Business Ethics: A Textbook with Cases. 7th ed. United States: Cengage Learning...
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  • Assessed Report
    Assessed Report 1. Background Business ethics is defined as “the study of business situations, activities, and decisions where issues of right and wrong are addressed”. (Crane and Matten, 2010) Researches toward this topic have becoming more important than before during recent years, how to...
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  • Business Ethics
    ) Main Text Crane, A. and Matten D. 2007. Business Ethics. Oxford University Press, Oxford.  If you want to buy the book, you can (it overlaps the content of the previous edition and adds more new materials; there is also a newer addition that is more or less the same).  The previous...
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  • Corporate Responsabiltity
    by unethical practices which in effect caused the “mortgage bubble” that eventually, when burst, sent many global economies into recession. “Recent attention has turned to the collapse of many banks and financial institutions in the financial crisis in 2008” (Business Ethics, Crane and Matten 2010...
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  • Starbucks Ethical Dilemma
    have been achieved. Despite the contrary the Starbucks PR team have fought back stating that they paid the correct level of taxes in the UK. (Neville and Malik 2012) An Ethical Dilemma in a Business Context Crane and Matten (2010) state business ethics is the study of business situations...
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  • Brief Sample
    * Whether you believe you would have the moral courage to do the ‘right thing’ and what might help you and hinder you in that (Hint – think of Kohlberg and Jones) Post Seminar Activities Complete the reflective journal. Directed Reading Crane A and Matten D (2010) Business Ethics OUP Chapter 10, 11 & 12...
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  • Vu Mba Study Guide
    edition.Cengage: Australia pp. 386-413. Crane, A., &Matten, D. (2007). Business Ethics (2nd ed.) Oxford University Press: Oxford. pp.127-163. Carley, M. & Christie, I. (2000). Managing sustainable development.Earthscan: London. pp. 3-24 Gladwin, T. N., Kennelly, J. J., & Krause, T.-S. (1995). Shifting...
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  • Can Business Jeopardize Human Life?
    -wide known scientists. Sharing an idea of Ethical Pluralism (something between Ethical Absolutism and Ethical Relativism), Crane and Matten practiced an ‘oxymoron’ approach to the notion of Business Ethics. According to their concept, since business ignores any kind of ethical considerations, words...
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  • Mondragon and Citibank Compariosn
    approach complies with the theory of ethics of justice. The theory states that Natural rights are certain basic, important, unalienable entitlements that should be respected and protected in every single action (Crane and Matten, 2010). With this principle the company gives all the members equal right...
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  • Csr Report on Pfizer
    businesses as they will not earn profits.(Crane and Matten, 2009) It is really important to do things keeping the future generation in mind that will lead to sustainability. Triple bottom line consists of three components. a) Environmental: these consist of steps that a company takes to prevent...
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  • Child Labour
    in the production of the item. Also, if you don’t know (Which is often the case) ….ask! The sales staff may be able to provide you with the information you need. Then contact the company explaining your concern. References Andrew crane & Dirck Matten, 2010, Business ethics third edition...
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  • Ethical Theories and Their Application Business
    practices in business. These forces have a direct impact on the violation of business ethics in Zimbabwe. People have been exposed to different cultures and practices. According to Crane and Matten (2010) globalisation has provided a greater potential for greater profitability but has brought in...
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  • Ethics: Environment
    , Fisheries and Forestry. (October 7, 2009) Farmers helping to save the Great Barrier Reef Canberra Australia 4) Crane, A., & Matten, D. (2010). Business Ethics (3rd ed.). New York, NY: Oxford University Press Inc. 5) Dunlop, B.N. (2006). Conservation ethics. Society 43(3) 13-18 Doi: http...
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  • Essay in Organisational Communication
    organisations to adhere to corporate social responsibility, unethical behaviour remains a continual feature of the modern day workplace. Unethical behaviour is an important topic for consideration as suggested by Crane & Matten (2004, pp.13), whereby "business malpractices have the potential to inflict...
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  • Is re-allocation of production to low-wage countries an ethical dilemma?
    . However it is up to the management if Just Entertainment Group if they should go this extra mile. references Crane and Matten (2010), Business Ethics, Managing Corporate Citizenship and Sustainability in the Age of Globalization. 3rd edition (or newer). Oxford University Press Doane, D...
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  • Are Corporate Codes of Ethics a Way to Make Employees Moral?
    Crane, A, Matten, D, (2006), Business Ethics, 2nd ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press Doig A, Wilson, J, (1998), ‘The Effectiveness of Codes of Conduct,’ Business Ethics, Vol. 7, No 3, pp. 140-149, available at: EbscoHost web Langlois C, Schlegelmilch B, (1990), ‘Do Corporate Codes of Ethics...
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