By R. Edward Freeman
- A completely up to date new version, now reflecting the present enterprise weather of featured countries
- Features entries from over 220 philosophers, theologians, social scientists, administration professors, and practitioners
- Maintains the normal phrases and ideas in company ethics
- Interweaves the teachings discovered from contemporary cases of monetary malfeasance via businesses similar to Enron, WorldCom, worldwide Crossing, and Tyco
- Includes many new topics reminiscent of company citizenship, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, and socially in charge investing
- Contains entries concerning the more and more subtle expertise and technology of cutting-edge international: E-Business, net and company Ethics, nanotechnology, and biodiversity
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