Business Challenging Business Ethics: New Instruments for Coping with Diversity in International Business
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Business Challenging Business Ethics: New Instruments for Coping with Diversity in International Business : The 12th Annual EBEN Conference

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Increasingly companies' stakeholders require organisations to observe international standards prescribed by international laws, treaties, conventions, recommendations, and/or codes of conduct. The papers selected for this volume explore 1) the ethical pressures on international business to meet the challenges of diversity, 2) suggested methods of coping with diversity, and 3) the challenges required to overcome corporate self-interest in the search for new instruments. Collectively these articles reflect scholarly insights and corporate responses to diversity in international business, a topic of wide interest in contemporary business ethics.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 220 pages
  • 210.06 x 279.91 x 12.7mm | 553.38g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2000
  • 220 p.
  • 0792365860
  • 9780792365860

Table of contents

Business Challenging Business Ethics: New Instruments for Coping with Diversity in International Business; J. Sojka, J. Wempe. In Search of Instruments. Business and Ethics Halfway; H.J.L. van Luijk. Business Ethics Auditing - More Than a Stakeholder's Toy; J. Rosthorn. Is It Ethical to Use Ethics as Strategy? B.W. Husted, D.B. Allen. Coercion, Guidance and Mercifulness: The Different Influences of Ethics Programs on Decision-Making; A. Nijhof, et al. Communicating about Ethics with Small Firms: Experiences from the U.K. and Spain; L.J. Spence, J.F. Lozano. Corporate Communication and Impression Management - New Perspectives Why Companies Engage in Corporate Social Reporting; R. Hooghiemstra. The Dialogical Turn of Public Relation Ethics; R. van Es, T.L. Meijlink. Values in Decision-Making Processes: Systematic Structures of J. Habermas and N. Luhmann for the Appreciation of Responsibility in Leadership; E. Schnebel. Cross-Cultural Methodological Issues in Ethical Research; G. McDonald. Managing Cross Cultural Business Ethics; C.J. Moon, P. Woolliams. International Enterprises and Trade Unions; M. Meel, M. Saat. An Ethics of Care or an Ethics of Justice; W. French, A. Weis. The Limits of Shareholder Value; P. Koslowski. Ethical Business and Investment: A Model for Business and Society; R. Spiller. Reasons To Be Ethical: Self-Interest and Ethical Business; J. Kaler. The Spanish Code for Good Corporate Governance (Olivencia Report): An Ethical Analysis; J.F. Lozano. The Cultural Dimension of Codes of Corporate Governance: A Focus on the Olivencia Report; A.J.G. Sison. Innovation and Ethics Ethical Considerations in the Innovation Business; Y. Fassin. Human Rights and Business Ethics: Fashioning a New Social Contract; W. Cragg.
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