Ethics for International Business: Decision Making in a Global Political Economy

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Psychology Press, 2005 - 269 pagini
This innovative textbook provides a topical and relevant analysis of the ethical dimensions of conducting business in a global political economy. From a starting point of applied ethics, this book introduces a common set of normative terms and analytical tools for examining and discussing real case scenarios.

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Cuprins

Ethics and international business
7
1 A mine for Tambogrande Peru
18
Human rights concepts and principles
25
Ethical minimum conditions and corollary obligations
33
Political involvements by business
44
The foreign production process
86
Product and export controls
110
Marketing motives and methods
141
Culture and the human environment
170
Nature and the physical environment
196
Preservation versus development and who pays?
204
Market mechanisms and global warming
210
Business guidance and control mechanisms
226
Deciding ethical dilemmas
244
Appendix
251
Further reading
258

2 Attempting racial humor in product advertising
157
Marketing through bribery and facilitating payments
164

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Despre autor (2005)

John Kline is Professor of International Business Diplomacy at Georgetown University's Walsh School of Foreign Service.

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