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Trends in business ethics : Implications for decision-making

Author: Cees Dam; Luud M Stallaert
Publisher: Boston, MA : Springer US, 1978.
Series: Nijenrode studies in business, 3.
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A collection of fourteen papers has been published as the second volume under the title Trends in financial decision- making, while this volume, consisting of twelve papers (and an introduction)  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Cees Dam; Luud M Stallaert
ISBN: 9781461340591 1461340594
OCLC Number: 852789965
Description: 1 online resource (190 pages).
Contents: I. Decision-making in business: amoral? --
II. Standards and values in the business enterprise --
1. Introduction --
2. The growing pluriformity of our value judgements --
3. Ethical problems are nearly always problems of choice --
4. The gap between moralists and entrepreneurs --
5. The company's changing raison d'etre: towards unity of values and objectives --
6. Choice is common to ethical action and economic action --
7. Who is the bearer of the standards for an organisation? --
8. Standards as actualised values --
III. Theses on man and private enterprise --
1. On Man --
2. On Man's Organisations --
3. On Private Enterprise: Its Purposes and Responsibilities --
4. On International Private Enterprise --
IV. A moral interregnum for multinationals in the Third World? --
1. The nature of formal organizations --
2. Personal responsibility --
3. The need for an intermediate level of business ethos --
4. The development gap --
5. Some proposals --
6. Conclusions --
V. Trade unionism and ethics --
1. Introduction --
2. Individualism or collectivism? --
3. The Christian-social idea --
4. Some consequences for social ethics --
5. The structure of the modern enterprise --
6. A social bill of rights --
VI. Moral policy and public policy --
1. The ethical component in public policy? --
2. What makes public policy different? --
3. Fetal research --
4. Doctors, experts, politicians or laymen? --
5. The backdrop --
VII. Power and legitimation --
1. Introduction --
2. Personal and structural violence --
3. Can power be legitimated? --
4. Is the problem of legitimation correlated with seeking the truth? --
VIII. The social responsibility of business --
1. Introduction --
2. Economic theory and ethics --
3. The social responsibility of business --
IX. A reconnaissance into technology and ethics --
1. A challenging offer --
2. Narrowing consciousness --
3. Research and development --
4. Emancipation --
5. Current questions concerning research and development --
6. Agoraphobia --
7. I am more than --
8. Blinding specialization --
9. Apparent illumination --
10. Visible impotence --
11. Still, the show must go on --
12. Shocking information --
13. Beyond science --
14. Ethical problems are are-problems --
15. World models only provide material --
16. An ethical chat by the fire-side --
17. Unschooled on wasteland --
X. The business corporation and human values --
1. Introduction --
2. The problem of organizational life --
3. The need for a new organizational analysis --
4. Effects of decision makers' myopia --
5. The meaning of values --
6. A new perspective --
7. A new understanding of morality --
8. The age of technology and its impact on human values --
9. Conclusions --
XI. Ethics and profit --
1. The illusion of objectivity --
2. The meaning of ethics --
3. Goals of business --
4. Profit and ethics --
XII. Ethics and the science of decision-making in business: A specification of perspectives --
1. Perspectives on science --
2. Perspectives on decision-making --
3. Perspectives on ethics --
XIII. Incorporating ethics in business decision-making --
1. Introduction --
2. Decision-making in business situations --
3. Ethics and social responsibility --
4. Incorporation of social responsibility in laws and guidelines --
5. Goals of firms and participants in the decision-making process --
6. Decision-makers and ethics --
7. Conclusion.
Series Title: Nijenrode studies in business, 3.
Responsibility: edited by Cees Dam, Luud M. Stallaert.

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