Business Ethics is an introduction to business ethics. It sets forth and applies various philosophical ethical doctrines, including relativism, virtue ethics, and utilitarianism, among others, to contemporary business practices. Corporate social responsibility, corporate culture, and their impact will be analyzed. Philosophical ethical concepts are taught with reference to the applicable legal landscape in which businesses operate, including employment, workplace monitoring, accounting and financial reporting, and product liability, for example.
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