The SAGE Encyclopedia of Business Ethics and Society, 2e by Robert W. Kolb (Editor)"Thoroughly revised, updated, and expanded, The SAGE Encyclopedia of Business Ethics and Society, Second Edition explores current topics, such as mass social media, cookies, and cyber-attacks, as well as traditional issues including accounting, discrimination, environmental concerns, and management. The new edition also includes an in-depth examination of current and recent ethical affairs, such as the dangerous work environments of off-shore factories for Western retailers, the negligence resulting in the 2010 BP oil spill, the gender wage gap, the minimum wage debate and increasing income disparity, and the unparalleled level of debt in the U.S. and other countries with the challenges it presents to many societies and the considerable impact on the ethics of intergenerational wealth transfers."
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International Encyclopedia of Ethics by Hugh LaFollette (Editor-in-Chief)Search this 9-volume reference work comprised of 700+ entries, ranging from 1,000 to 10,000 words in length, written by an international cast of subject experts. Provides clear definitions and explanations of all areas of ethics including the topics, movements, arguments, and key figures in normative ethics, metaethics, and practical ethics. Covers the major philosophical, legal and religious traditions.
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Global Capitalism, Culture, and Ethics by Richard Spinello"Global Capitalism, Culture, and Ethics offers a sophisticated analysis of theoretical ethical issues such as universalism versus pluralism; the connection between law and morality; the validity of a corporate social agenda; and the general parameters of moral responsibilities for multinational corporations. With these foundational issues addressed, the book proceeds to analyze a number of specific controversies such as the proper scope of political activism, disinvestment, environmental sustainability, and responsible sourcing from low wage countries."
The second edition of Business Ethics introduces readers to key ethical issues that arise within the world of business, providing a strong theoretical foundation to the intersection of economics and business interests to social responsibility. This new edition has been greatly revised and updated, and over half of the selections are new to this volume, including two new sections on the Financial Services Industry and Globalization. The volume is now introduced with a new discussion on ethical decision making. This accessible volume addresses a broad range of important ethical issues, all of which have been designed to present the reader with cutting-edge research in the area; these include the definition of a corporation and whether it can have a conscience, current information technology issues, working conditions, advertising ethics, race and gender issues, whistle blower questions, the financial services industry, and globalization. Pedagogical features include case studies depicting situations related to topics discussed in the chapter's readings and instructions on how to work-up cases into argumentative essays. Many of the cases have been updated to reflect current problems, ensuring students are introduced to the very latest developments.
Accessible with SJU network login. This book describes the what, why, and how of B Corp certification. Interviews with leaders of over 200 B Corps from around the world provide insights on certification, social and environmental performance, and building a more inclusive economy. Revisions include a stronger focus on the core value of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI).
This guide to business ethics provides key terms and concepts related to business ethics in a short, easy-to-use format. It provides objective coverage of theories, corporate social responsibility, human resources issues, consumer protection, and ethical issues in marketing and advertising. It is an ideal supplement for business ethics courses or as a reference for students and practitioners who would like to learn more about the basics of business ethics.
This guide to corporate social responsibility (CSR) provides discussion of key concepts in a short, easy-to-use format. It is divided into sections on key terms, the global stage, corporate governance, corporate social responsiveness, public relations and philanthropy, and implications for corporate financial performance. It is an ideal supplement for business courses or as a reference for students and practitioners who would like to learn more about the basics of CSR.