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Business Ethics: An Indian Perspective, 2/e

Business Ethics:  An Indian Perspective,  2/e

  • A.C. Fernando
  • Author: A.C. Fernando
    • ISBN:9788131774342
    • 10 Digit ISBN:8131774341
    • Price:Rs. 609.00
    • Pages:576
    • Imprint:Pearson Education
    • Binding:Paperback
    • Status:Available

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    Business Ethics: An Indian Perspective provides a comprehensive coverage of the theories of business ethics and emphasizes the importance of ethical principles in overcoming moral dilemmas in the business world. Using a large number of India-centric case studies and examples, this book helps readers develop the reasoning and analytical skills needed to apply ethical concepts to business. The coverage on the ethical theories underlying business and their application in the real world, a special focus on ethical issues in consumer protection and the information technology sector, and whistle-blowing makes this revised edition highly relevant for students today. 

    Table of Content

    Chapter 1. Business Ethics: An Overview
    Chapter 2. Concepts and Theories of Business Ethics
    Chapter 3. Ethical Dilemmas, Source and their Resolutions
    Chapter 4. Ethical-Decision making in Business
    Chapter 5. Globalization and Business Ethics
    Chapter 6. Creating an Ethical Organization
    Chapter 7. Corporate Ethics: Good Governance
    Chapter 8. Corporate Ethics: Investor Right's, Privileges, Problems and Protection
    Chapter 9. Handmaid of Ethics: Corporate Social Responsibility
    Chapter 10. Ethics of Consumer Protection
    Chapter 11. Environmental Ethics
    Chapter 12. Role of various agencies in ensuring ethics in corporation
    Chapter 13. Ethics and Indian Business
    Chapter 14. Marketing Ethics
    Chapter 15. Ethical issues in Human Resource Management
    Chapter 16. IT Industry: An Overview and Ethical perspective
    Chapter 17. Ethical Issues in Financial Management
    Chapter 18. Whistle Blowing
    Chapter 19. Corruption In India

    Salient Features

    • Two new chapters on whistle-blowing and corruption in India
    • Indian perspective presented through contextually relevant case studies and examples
    • Detailed discussion on issues in the financial, marketing, and human resource management disciplines of businesses
    • Extensive coverage on emerging cyber crimes and the Indian laws governing them
    • An appendix that provides information  on the scope and functioning of the Right to Information Act 2005