Originally published in 1925, Industry and Civilisation explores moral standards and ethics related to economic activities by providing a comprehensive view of psychological data obtained from the business world. As well as exploring general ethics and psychology, this work also focusses on the principles underlying economic legislation and how this impacted on moral standards of the time. This title will be of interest to students of Business and Economics.
Table of Contents
Preface; Analysis of the Argument; 1. Scope of the Inquiry 2. Psychological Data 3. Industrial Organisation 4. The Workers in Industry 5. The Organisers 6. The Owners of the Capital 7. The Consumers 8. Conclusions; Appendix 1: The Group-Mind in Trade Unionism; Appendix 2: The Need for a Psychology of Business Men; Index