Business Ethics

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Oxford University Press, 2010 - Business & Economics - 341 pages
Business Ethics fourth edition equips business practitioners and business management students following courses in Business Ethics with the decision-making skills needed to deal with ethical problems in the work place. Changes to the respective editions reflect the progressive development of ethical theories and the growing prominence of practical ethical issues in the work place. The book discusses corporate governance in relation to managing ethics and the new edition covers new areas in ethics such as the social responsibility of businesses and corporate ethical culture. The main USP of the book is that it focuses on key issues within the South African context, e.g. dealing with HIV/Aids, implementing affirmative action policies, and it contains South African examples illustrating corporate governance issues.

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D. Rossouw, L. van Vuuren

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