The second AsiaPacific edition of Moral Issues in Business is written from a consciously Australasian perspective, with a new author team from Australia and New Zealand. Comprehensively adapted from the US original, this second AsiaPacific edition strikes a balance between theory, discussion and analysis in guiding students to think about key ideas in the context of moral and ethical issues that frequently arise in business situations, and how to develop the necessary reasoning and analytical skills to resolve them. It focuses on Australian and New Zealand businesses and organisations. Taking an organisational viewpoint on the ethical issues surrounding local and global institutions and systems Moral Issues in Business contains an array of contemporary local cases and readings covering topics such as globalisation, age discrimination, the tobacco industry, safe workplaces and gift giving. Structured within 11 chapters of text including new, cutting edge ethical theories and practices Moral Issues in Business presents the latest ethical insights and thinking in a manner that is accessible to students.
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