Business Ethics in Africa

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Oxford University Press, 2002 - Business & Economics - 180 pages
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This book is written from an inter-disciplinary perspective with the South African business context. It provides an introduction to the theory required for studying business ethics and practical guidance for moral decision making. The book is divided up into three parts. Part One is concerned with the relationship between business and ethics and sketches some of the historical debates that have taken place. Part Two looks at moral dilemmas in business, particularly those that are relevant to the South African context such as AIDS and affirmative action. Part Three treats such practical issues as the corporate governance of morality, building trust with ethics and fighting fraud.

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Contents

part one Business and ethics
1
Different approaches to business ethics
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Dispelling the myths
11
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