course provides a foundational perspective for socially responsible management practices in business. Special emphasis is placed on the interrelated nature of ethics, moral, legal, and social issues in managing individuals, groups, and the organization within a business environment.
philanthropic CSR activities that are not necessarily beneficial to the firm’s financial position.
Evaluating altruistic CSR from all major ethicalperspectives – utilitarianism, rights, justice and care – leads to the conclusion that, for publicly held corporations, such activity is immoral. This is...
Journal of BusinessEthics (2005) 61: 1–6 DOI 10.1007/s10551-005-1176-2
Ó Springer 2005
Evaluating the Ethics of Inversion
Susan H. Godar Patricia J. O’Connor Virginia Anne Taylor
ABSTRACT. In the last ﬁve years, a number of U.S. companies have either moved their locus of incorporation to...
Business and Ethical practices/Issues in International Business and the role of Multinational enterprises (MNEs)
Introduction to Business and Ethics
The ethical-related issues have represented the foundation of different religions and life styles. Ethics can be found in all aspects of...
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Business Horizons (2010) 53, 31—37
The bottom-line beneﬁts of ethics code
K. Matthew Gilley...
its global operations.
Frito Lay started out as two separate companies. In 1932, C.E. Doolin started selling FRITOS® Corn Chips, after purchasing the recipe from an independent producer. In the same year, Herman W. Lay began his potato chip business in Nashville which later became one of America’s most...
spacing, 12 pt font and allow a wide margin. 30% of total available marks Ethical theory and its application to the case study: The Auto Companies in China (see below) Students are to demonstrate a sound understanding of the ethical theories and concepts covered in the topics listed below and their relevance...
Tourism – What has ethics got to do with it?
By Laura Pampel, 13341 (2013)
The following article gives an overview about ethics in the tourism industry and the different possibilities for teaching businessethics. And you can find two examples from practice. The first example is the decision...
paragraphs will discuss businessethics from different cultural backgrounds. The focus of the backgrounds will be from the Mexican and Chinese aspect of proper businessethics. The articles, Double Standards: Mexico Business and BusinessEthics in China are the twoarticles I will summarize to the...
International Business Review 19 (2010) 119–125
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International Business Review
journal homepage: www.elsevier.com/locate/ibusrev
International business, corporate social responsibility and sustainable development
Ans Kolk a,*, Rob van Tulder b,1
Chapter 1, Introducing Business Ethichs
What is businessethics?
BusinessEthics (BE) has been called an oxymoron. By an oxymoron, we mean the bringing together of two apparently contradictory concepts. The statement also suggests that there are not, or cannot be, ethics in business. However, there appears...
BusinessEthics Across Cultures
After doing some massive online research for twoarticles that are about ethical or businessethical issues in a foreigncountry, I found one on Africa and one on China. In the article on Africa, I learned about the economy and how it was affected in many African countries...
international business, and how has it transformed the world economy?
International business is a term in reference to the vast variety of commercial activity and trade occurring between firms across national borders. It is also more commonly known as cross-border business (Cavusgil, 2012)...
APPROACHES TO BUSINESSETHICS
Values and ethics are central to any organization. What exactly do we mean by values and ethics? Both are extremely broad terms, and we need to focus in on the aspects most relevant for strategic leaders and decision makers.
Defining Values, Morals, and...