760 pages | 61 Color Illus. | 91 B/W Illus.
A foundational text for the modern business student and an essential instructor resource, this book presents a thorough and comprehensive introduction to business ethics. Taking a strategic stakeholder approach—one that emphasizes how important it is to balance multiple stakeholders’ needs—students will develop the critical skills they need to analyze and solve complex ethical issues, while ensuring overall business success.
The second edition retains Business Ethics’ strong balance of theory and practice, but incorporates several new features, including:
A comprehensive set of lecture slides, test questions, and instructor notes provide additional material for the classroom.
Part I: Introduction 1. Introduction to Business Ethics 2. Building Ethics at the Individual Level 3. Ethical Theories 4. Stakeholders Part II: Stakeholders 5. Primary Stakeholders: Employees 6. Primary Stakeholders: Customers 7. Primary Stakeholders: Shareholders and Corporate Governance 8. Secondary Stakeholders: The Government, the Media and Non-Governmental Organizations Part III: The Environment 9. Information Technology and Ethics 10. The Environment and Sustainability 11. Global Ethics Part IV: Building the Ethical Company 12. Building Ethics at the Corporate Level: Managing the Ethical Climate 13. Corporate Social Responsibility