Business Ethics

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ISBN:

9780190610272

Publication date:

08/06/2022

Paperback

384 pages

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ISBN:

9780190610272

Publication date:

08/06/2022

Paperback

384 pages

Deon Rossouw and Leon van Vuuren

Why do ethics make business sense? What is the social responsibility of business? What is the role of ethics within corporate governance? How should organisation manage ethics from within? Business Ethics sixth edition answers these and many other questions related to the field of Business Ethics.

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Deon Rossouw and Leon van Vuuren

Description

Why do ethics make business sense? What is the social responsibility of business? What is the role of ethics within corporate governance? How should organisation manage ethics from within? Business Ethics sixth edition answers these and many other questions related to the field of Business Ethics.This textbook is suitable for BCom students following courses in ethics, and can also be used for graduate or postgraduate modules in business management and human resource management. Given the growing emphasis on corporate governance, the book is also of relevance to business ethics practitioners as it addresses key ethical issues affecting corporations in the twenty-first century. Business Ethics tracks global developments in areas such as corporate ethical culture and highlights the relevance thereof within the southern African context.

About the authors:

Deon Rossouw was the founding president of the BusinessEthics Network of Africa (BEN-Africa) and president of theInternational Society for Business Economics and Ethics (ISBEE). He is currently CEO of the Ethics Institute ofSouth Africa (EthicsSA) and extraordinary professor at theUniversity of Stellenbosch.

Leon van Vuuren, aconsultant in ethics management in organisations, isProfessor in the Department of Industrial Psychology andPeople Management at the University of Johannesburg.He is registered as an industrial psychologist with the HPCSA andwas the founding editor of the African Journal of BusinessEthics (AJoBE)

Deon Rossouw and Leon van Vuuren

Table of contents

Part 1 - Definitions and distinctions Chapter 1 - Key concepts and distinctions in ethics Part 2 - The ethics of business Chapter 2 - Macro-ethics Chapter 3 - The social responsibility of business Chapter 4 - Ethics in organisations Part 3 - Theories on ethics and business Chapter 5 - The modes of ethics management Chapter 6 - Classical ethical theories Chapter 7 - Theories of the modern corporation Part 4 - Business ethics matters Chapter 8 - Ethics in business: Dispelling the myths Chapter 9 - Ethics and corporate reputation Chapter 10 - Ethics and human potential Chapter 11 - Ethics and trust in organisations Chapter 12 - Using ethics to prevent fraud Part 5 - Ethical decision-making in business Chapter 13 - Making ethical business decisions Chapter 14 - Ethical business decisions: Executive pay and downsizing Chapter 15 - Resolving ethical dilemmas Chapter 16 - Employment equity: resolving ethical dilemmas Part 6 - Governing ethical performance Chapter 17 - Ethics and corporate governance Chapter 18 - Leadership commitment Chapter 19 - Governance structures Chapter 20 - Ethics management structures Chapter 21 - Ethics risk and strategy Chapter 22 - Codes of ethics Chapter 23 - Institutionalising ethics Chapter 24 - Reporting and assessing ethics performance Chapter 25 - Organisational ethical culture Part 7 - Case studies Chapter 26 - Business ethics cases

Deon Rossouw and Leon van Vuuren

Deon Rossouw and Leon van Vuuren

Deon Rossouw and Leon van Vuuren

Description

Why do ethics make business sense? What is the social responsibility of business? What is the role of ethics within corporate governance? How should organisation manage ethics from within? Business Ethics sixth edition answers these and many other questions related to the field of Business Ethics.This textbook is suitable for BCom students following courses in ethics, and can also be used for graduate or postgraduate modules in business management and human resource management. Given the growing emphasis on corporate governance, the book is also of relevance to business ethics practitioners as it addresses key ethical issues affecting corporations in the twenty-first century. Business Ethics tracks global developments in areas such as corporate ethical culture and highlights the relevance thereof within the southern African context.

About the authors:

Deon Rossouw was the founding president of the BusinessEthics Network of Africa (BEN-Africa) and president of theInternational Society for Business Economics and Ethics (ISBEE). He is currently CEO of the Ethics Institute ofSouth Africa (EthicsSA) and extraordinary professor at theUniversity of Stellenbosch.

Leon van Vuuren, aconsultant in ethics management in organisations, isProfessor in the Department of Industrial Psychology andPeople Management at the University of Johannesburg.He is registered as an industrial psychologist with the HPCSA andwas the founding editor of the African Journal of BusinessEthics (AJoBE)

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Table of contents

Part 1 - Definitions and distinctions Chapter 1 - Key concepts and distinctions in ethics Part 2 - The ethics of business Chapter 2 - Macro-ethics Chapter 3 - The social responsibility of business Chapter 4 - Ethics in organisations Part 3 - Theories on ethics and business Chapter 5 - The modes of ethics management Chapter 6 - Classical ethical theories Chapter 7 - Theories of the modern corporation Part 4 - Business ethics matters Chapter 8 - Ethics in business: Dispelling the myths Chapter 9 - Ethics and corporate reputation Chapter 10 - Ethics and human potential Chapter 11 - Ethics and trust in organisations Chapter 12 - Using ethics to prevent fraud Part 5 - Ethical decision-making in business Chapter 13 - Making ethical business decisions Chapter 14 - Ethical business decisions: Executive pay and downsizing Chapter 15 - Resolving ethical dilemmas Chapter 16 - Employment equity: resolving ethical dilemmas Part 6 - Governing ethical performance Chapter 17 - Ethics and corporate governance Chapter 18 - Leadership commitment Chapter 19 - Governance structures Chapter 20 - Ethics management structures Chapter 21 - Ethics risk and strategy Chapter 22 - Codes of ethics Chapter 23 - Institutionalising ethics Chapter 24 - Reporting and assessing ethics performance Chapter 25 - Organisational ethical culture Part 7 - Case studies Chapter 26 - Business ethics cases

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