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  • Ethical Judgments on Selected Accounting Issues: an Empirical Study
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  • Ethical Code of Conduct
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  • Onus of Ethical Lapses Lies on Business Schools
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  • Corporate Governance and Financial Reporting in the Nigerian Manufacturing Industry: an Ethical Perspective
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  • The Importance of Ethical Management
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  • Direct to Consumer Advertising of Prescription Drugs: an Ethical Analysis Using the Vdm Model
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  • Advertising Ethics: a Contextual Response Based on Classical Ethical Theory
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  • Merger and Acquisition: Current Issues
    Mergers and Acquisitions Current Issues Edited by Greg N. Gregoriou and Karyn L. Neuhauser MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS Also edited by Greg N. Gregoriou ADVANCES IN RISK MANAGEMENT ASSET ALLOCATION AND INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENTS DIVERSIFICATION AND PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT OF MUTUAL FUNDS PER...
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  • Ethical Companies
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  • Toyota Ethical Audit
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  • Presidential Impeachment Trials - Political and Ethical Aspects by: Cynthia Roberts
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  • Ethical and Legal Concepts in Human Services
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  • Toyota’s Lobbying in Usa in Recent Years; an Ethical Analysis
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  • Ethical Framework of Decision Making
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  • Fundamental Issues in the Ethics of Marketing
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  • Why Should We Be Ethical? the Relevance of Ethics in Life
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  • Contemporary Issues in Business
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  • Talent Management Issues and Challenges
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