Business Ethics: An Indian Perspective. By A. C. Fernando Pages displayed by permission of Pearson Education India. Copyright. A. C Fernando is a senior professor of economics and corporate governance and the Director of the Loyola Centre for Business Ethics and Corporate. Title, Business Ethics: An Indian Perspective Always learning. Author, A. C. Fernando. Edition, 2. Publisher, Dorling Kindersley (India), ISBN,
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Account Options Sign in. An Indian Perspective introduces ethical concepts that are relevant to ethcis moral issues in business. It sensitizes readers on ethical principles and develops reasoning and analytical skills needed to apply ethical concepts to business decisions. The book is interspersed with a My library Help Advanced Book Search.
The book is interspersed with a idian of case studies, more specifically Indian scenarios making it relevant for Indian students. The chapter topics cover ethical theories underlying business, application of ethics in day-to-day business, ethics and the environment and ethics in consumer protection. It also features ethical issues in various managerial functions such as finance, human resource and marketing.
A separate chapter on the IT sector specifically addresses the ethical dilemmas of today’s upcoming industry.
Business Ethics: An Indian Perspective by A.C. Fernando
Selected pages Title Page. Changing Business Environment and Ethical Challenges.
Concepts and Theories of Business Ethics Introduction. Investor Protection in India. Handmaid of Ethics CorporateSocial Responsibility.
The Ethics ofConsumer Protection. Waste Management andPollution Control.
Business Ethics: An Indian Perspective
Ethical Dilemmas Sources and Their Resolutions. How to Create an Ethical Working Environment?
Ethical Decision Making in Business. Globalization and Business Ethics. Creating an Ethical Organization. Chapter7Corporate Ethics Good Governance. Ethics and Indian Business. Ethical Issues in Human Resource Management. Other editions – View all Business Ethics: An Indian Perspective A.
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