Wake up Calls: Classic Cases in Business Ethics / Edition 1by Lisa H. Newton, David P. Schmidt
Pub. Date: 12/28/1995
This casebook contains analysis of nine pivotal business ethics cases that changed, or are in the process of changing, organizations and society for the better. Reveals the complexity of business ethics, through balanced, in-depth coverage.
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Table of ContentsIntroduction: An Overview of Ethics. PART ONE: TRADITIONAL PROBLEMS: A REVIEW. 1. Which Hat? Responsibility and Organizational Decision Making: The Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster. 2. How Safe? Safety, Risk, and Responsibility: The Case of the Ford Pinto. 3. How Foresighted? Feeding the Babies: Infant Formula in the Developing Countries. 4. How Aggressive? Wall Street in Jail: A Challenge to the Insiders. 5. How Vigilant? Someone Should Be Watching: The S&L Crisis and the Accounting Profession. PART TWO: EMERGING AREAS: AN OVERVIEW. 6. How to Deal with Hostility? The Right to Equal Respect: Sexual Harassment in the Workplace. 7. How Clean? Obligations to a Great Lake: Reserve Mining at Silver Bay. 8. How Tough? Like a Rock: Tobacco's Last Stand. 9. How Ethical? A Commitment of Faith: Responsible Care. Epilogue. Bibliography.
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