This comprehensive and well-organised book deals with some of the basic issues associated with business ethics and value systems. It presents the views of different schools of thought on this subject and dissects the phenomenon of corruption to expose its root causes. The book provides a critical analysis of this social epidemic that forces corporates to become corrupt and remain unethical. Besides, it describes a few popular ethical theories, some of the key issues that affect ethical decision process and the role of total quality management in ensuring practice of good workplace ethics.
Primarily intended for the postgraduate students of management and commerce, the book can also be used beneficially by practicing professionals.
This book Useful for Management & Commerce students.
1. Ethics in Life
2 Perspectives of Business Ethics
3 Business Ethics and Laws
4 Development and Evolution of Corruption
5 Why Corporates Succumb to Corruption
6 Manifestation of Corrupt Practices
7 Some Popular Ethical Theories
8 Ethical Decision Process
9 TQM and Work Ethics
10 Professional Ethics
11 Ethical Consumerism
12 Indian Ethos and Value Systems
13 Designing Ethics Management Systems
14 Auditing of Ethics Management Systems
15 Intellectual Property and Ethics
16 Corporate Governance
17 Corporate Social Responsibility and Value Systems
18 Environmental Ethics
19 High-profile Ethical Collapses
20 Business Ethics and International Scenario
21 Can the Society be Rid of Unethical Practices