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by Norman E. Bowie,Tom L. Beauchamp

ePub Ethical Theory and Business (7th Edition) download
Author:
Norman E. Bowie,Tom L. Beauchamp
ISBN13:
978-0131116320
ISBN:
0131116320
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Publisher:
Prentice Hall; 7 edition (August 2, 2003)
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Business Culture
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249

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Ethical Theory and Business by Beauchamp & Bowie is the worst academic book I have ever been required to read. All of the chapters in the book do not flow together very well since this book is very unorganized and is nothing more than a collection of narrative articles.

Ethical theory and business. by. Beauchamp, Tom L; Bowie, Norman . 1942-. 7th ed. External-identifier. urn:acs6:au:pdf:a26-f3c6a46d9434 urn:acs6:au:epub:abe-8536e57cd12a. Duke University Libraries. Beauchamp, Norman E. Published by Pearson, Prentice Hall, 2004. Condition: Good Soft cover. Standard shipping can on occasion take up to 30 days for delivery. List this Seller's Books.

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Contrasting business ethics approaches, Regulation of business, Performance Monitoring. Federal sentencing guidelines. This book presents a comprehensive anthology of readings, legal perspectives, and cases in ethics in business. Contrasting business ethics approaches, Regulation of business, Performance Monitoring.

Ethical Theory and Business (Hardcover). Published December 26th 2011 by Prentice Hall.

Beauchamp, Tom L. Subjects. Business ethics - United States. Ethical Theory and Business' provides students with a strong understanding of ethics in business and the tools needed to address ethical situations in business.

This book presents a comprehensive anthology of readings, legal perspectives, and cases in ethics in business. Focuses on providing and explaining the tools needed to deal with ethical dilemmas in business. The authors examine ethical theory and business practice, the purpose of the corporation, corporate character and individual responsibility, acceptable risk, the ethical treatment of employees, diversity and discrimination in the workplace, marketing and disclosure of information, ethical issues in information technology and, ethical issues in international business. For those interested in examining the ethical challenges we face today.

  • This book is a good primer on business ethics, and it would be even better if the writer / editors hadn't shown their bias with their selections of included material.

    Business ethics theories evolve, just like any other social phenomenon; however, just because a theory is new doesn't make it right. Especially in an ethics book! The authors are clearly biased against big business, against small government, and against "shareholder management" theory.

    Does this make them right or wrong? No. The only "wrong" committed is the bias itself.

    As you read this book, just keep your critical thinking skills sharp and your eyes open.

  • Wow! For that price, I really can't complain much. I would recommend this to anyone who is interested in this product. Thank you again!

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  • This book is a critical reader, and it's probably the most highly used text in business ethics today. Those who reviewed this book negatively sound like people looking for a fun, non-academic overview of the field. If so, this book isn't it. These are articles published in top academic journals, edited for readability, by scholars who are addressing the fundamental issues in a wide range of topics. It's meant to expose the span of the field and still give students (not light readers) exposure to contemporary literature that touches on the most salient points. It's meant to be a starting point to deeper research in any given topic. As such, the book is a complete success. B & B do a great job (here as in other ethics compendiums) of providing a framework that makes it easy for a professor to expose her students to the field in one swoop. They do a fine editorial job, stripping the articles of padding, and they work hard to keep the offerings up to date (passing on older articles that are superceded by fresh insights that touch on contemporary challenges and technologies; look for something relating to the corporate scandals of this last year in the next edition). If you are a student looking for an overview on business ethics, this book is the correct starting point. If you are someone looking for light reading about corporate corruption, with illustrations and full-color photos, stick to People magazine.

  • Ethical Theory and Business by Beauchamp & Bowie is the worst academic book I have ever been required to read. I agree with the reader from Minnesota that this book is very dry and boring and if I could give this book zero stars I would. All of the chapters in the book do not flow together very well since this book is very unorganized and is nothing more than a collection of narrative articles. The book does not have an index or any illustrations in it and the companion website to the book [stinks]. I do not think I learned anything about business ethics from reading this book nor did I find the information in it helpful for me in my life. After I finished reading this book, I felt like throwing it away, but instead I sold mine back to the bookstore. So if you want to learn about business ethics and are not required to purchase this book for a class, do not purchase this book.

  • Used for one of my MBA courses.

    I wish the book had explained more in detail on how one would define an ethical dilemma--Perhaps a step by step approach on how to define and apply the ethical principles would have been beneficial? To me, the book was just a collection of thoughts by various authors.

    On the bright side chapter 1 explains several of the ethical principles, but it is up to you to understand how to define and apply them.

    Anyway, use at your own risk.

  • This book is horrible, boring, and very very dry. I do not recommed this to anyone wanting to learn anyhting about Business Ethics. I have read this book and I don't think I have learned a thing.