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Ethics and the Conduct of Business

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Aimed at undergraduate/MBA-level courses in business ethics in the departments of philosophy or business, this comprehensive text provides a balanced and up-to-date treatment of some of the most prominent issues of business ethics.


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Aimed at undergraduate/MBA-level courses in business ethics in the departments of philosophy or business, this comprehensive text provides a balanced and up-to-date treatment of some of the most prominent issues of business ethics.

30 review for Ethics and the Conduct of Business

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sarahc Caflisch

    Yes, I know one should never, 'judge a book by it's cover," but if that's true, why do publishers spend so much time worrying about it? And, I have to say, most times I can actually do a pretty accurate job judging the book by its cover (e.g. a book with Ann Coulter on its cover sucks). But, here is a book that shows us why that tired ol' cliche from the days of triplicate copies and manual typesetting holds true, do not judge this book by its cover, and please, do yourself a favor and don't jud Yes, I know one should never, 'judge a book by it's cover," but if that's true, why do publishers spend so much time worrying about it? And, I have to say, most times I can actually do a pretty accurate job judging the book by its cover (e.g. a book with Ann Coulter on its cover sucks). But, here is a book that shows us why that tired ol' cliche from the days of triplicate copies and manual typesetting holds true, do not judge this book by its cover, and please, do yourself a favor and don't judge it by its title as well. When I saw this book, I thought, "I guess I'm taking the last train to Snoozeville." Oh, but how wrong I was! People, take note: this is a great book. Bypass the Microsoft Office 2004 Clip Art the publisher decided to use for cover art and get right to the good stuff: the contents! The first few chapters do an accessible, but thorough, job of outlining the theories of some of the West's foremost philosophers (Kant, Locke, etc), and walking the reader through, at a brisk pace, some illuminating real-life corporate scenarios wherein questions of ethics and the philosophies behind them are debated and analyzed. Not to sound a blaring nerd alert, but good stuff! Great handbook for the ethical businessman or citizen of a Western capitalist country.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Cantrelle Peppin

    I didn't get as much out of this as the Ethics in Marketing book. To be honest, I don't really remember much about this book at all.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Ellen

    Mandatory book for college. I do not feel that I really learned about ethics and the workplace - minimal case studies, etc.

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    Haitham

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    Marianne

    6th edition

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    Tami R. McKerrow

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    Tiffany Ferguson

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    Chevaun Mitchell

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    Gail Thibeault

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  29. 5 out of 5

    Ralijoy

  30. 4 out of 5

    Dila

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