Business Ethics: Concepts and Cases

Business Ethics Concepts and Cases Resolving Moral Issues in Business The ethical landscape of business is constantly changing and the new edition of Business Ethics Concepts and Cases has been revised to keep pace with those changes

  • Title: Business Ethics: Concepts and Cases
  • Author: Manuel G. Velasquez
  • ISBN: 9780205017669
  • Page: 149
  • Format: Paperback
  • Resolving Moral Issues in Business The ethical landscape of business is constantly changing, and the new edition of Business Ethics Concepts and Cases has been revised to keep pace with those changes most effecting business accelerating globalization, constant technological updates, proliferating of business scandals Business Ethics Concepts and Cases introduces the Resolving Moral Issues in Business The ethical landscape of business is constantly changing, and the new edition of Business Ethics Concepts and Cases has been revised to keep pace with those changes most effecting business accelerating globalization, constant technological updates, proliferating of business scandals Business Ethics Concepts and Cases introduces the reader to the ethical concepts that are relevant to resolving moral issues in business imparts the reasoning and analytical skills needed to apply ethical concepts to business decisions identifies moral issues specific to a business provides an understanding of the social, technological, and natural environments within which moral issues in business arise and supplies case studies of actual moral conflicts faced by businesses Teaching and Learning Experience Improve Critical Thinking Business Ethics Concepts and Cases provides summaries of basic ideas discussed within the text in its margins presents conceptual materials first, and then offers discussion cases second through standardized chapters all providing students the chance to critically think about the material they are learning Engage Students Study questions at the beginning of each chapter, definitions of key terms in the margins, a glossary, chapter end study and discussion questions, end of chapter web resources, and chapter opening concrete examples cases all ensure students complete understanding of the material Support Instructors Teaching your course just got easier You can create a Customized Text or use our Instructor s Manual, Electronic MyTest Test Bank or PowerPoint Presentation Slides.

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    1. A person is morally responsible for an injury when the person caused the injury and did so knowingly and freely. A person is morally responsible for an injury or wrong if:1. The person caused or helped cause it, or failed to prevent it when he could and should have; and2. The person did so knowing what he or she was doing; and3. The person did so of his or her own free will.

    2. From a business standpoint there is some opinion stating that ethics and business is a separate thing and can not be run simultaneously. But this view is to be scrutinized further. Some of the success experienced by large companies all starts with good application of ethics in business process regarding whether the production process, treatment of employees, customers and suppliers or their competitors. Some of the company explaines in this book, applied the principles of good ethics in the proc [...]

    3. Read as part of my Ethics class. The book had a lot of interesting discussion starters, but I don't feel like it fully explored any of the ideas. It felt like the author was trying to lead us to certain opinions without us realizing what he was doing. There are many instances where he presents a very strong argument - on one side of a debate. An unthinking person would naturally be insensed, but on further reflection, you realize there is a lot more of the debate that has been left out.All in al [...]

    4. I need for graduated study in human resource majoring, this book help me find way for doing good business.

    5. A great textbook for teaching undergraduate business ethics! I was required to read this textbook at Roberts Wesleyan College.

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