Ethical Universals in International Business

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F. Neil Brady
Springer Science & Business Media, 13. 12. 1996 - Počet stran: 246
Increased understanding in international business grows both from an awareness of cultural differences as well as from an appreciation of underlying shared values across cultures. This volume focuses on the latter. It assembles the best thinking of scholars from around the world in an attempt to clarify and deepen our understanding of these ethical universals. Scholars from Germany, England, Canada, Japan, China, and the United States have contributed to this volume. They also represent diverse disciplines: economics, philosophy, business ethics, history, religion, education, and political theory. Nevertheless, they unite in their conviction that the most important values and principles in international business do no vary with geography.

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Ethical Relativism and the International Business Manager
Corporate Social Monitoring in the United States Great Britain and South Africa A Comparative Analysis
On the Social Responsibility of Corporations under Competition
Ecology and Ethics in the Economy
Ethical Universals Justice and International Business
Moral Universals as Cultural Realities
The Ethical Significance of Corporate Culture in Large Multinational Enterprises
The German Historical School and the Belief in Ethical Progress
Deriving Ethical Principles from Theories of the Firm
The Moral Boundary of International Business A Postmodern Vision of Contemporary NeoConfucianism
The Sodality of Good Character Fraternity and Sorority as One Thing
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