Business Ethics As Practice

Un libro in lingua di Carter Chris (EDT) Clegg Stewart (EDT) Kornberger Martin (EDT) Laske Stephan (EDT) Messner Martin (EDT) edito da Edward Elgar Pub, 2007

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Carter (University of St. Andrews, UK) gathers academics in management, organizational studies, and ethics to reflect on moral questions that arise in business practice. The book features both conceptual contributions and empirical case studies that explore theoretical concepts in different contexts. While some contributors look at ethics in organizations more broadly, others focus on specific practices, such as cross-cultural management and accounting. The first section of the book focuses on ethical issues surrounding different forms of order, organizing, and representation. Chapters in the second section, "Reflexivity and Norms," point to the ethical importance of a reflexive attitude and a willingness to engage in dialogue with those affected by the actions or decisions in question. The last section of the book concentrates on tension and possible reconciliation between the idea of ethics and the reality of everyday organizational life. Annotation ©2008 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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