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A growing body of academic and business specialists are paying attention to ethical issues in business and economics, drawing on a wide range of different disciplinary and theoretical perspectives. This volume presents important new insights from scholars in economics, philosophy, business ethics and management studies. In addition to providing specific perspectives on particular topics, it presents strategic perspectives on the development of the field. Readers can inform themselves on developments in particular areas, such as social accountability or stakeholder governance; they will also find substantial contributions related to the interfaces of ethics and economics, economics and philosophy, business ethics and political science, and business ethics and management. The collection is a thought-provoking contribution to the development of business and economic ethics as an increasingly important field of academic study.
Table of Contents
Introduction.- On Setting the Agenda for Business Ethics Research.- Some Principles of Ethical Economy.- Economic Ethics: A Systematic Integration.- The Conundrum of Moral Evaluation in Economics.- Why Act Morally? Economical and Philosophical Reasons.- Business Ethics and the Rhetoric of Reaction.- A Critical Perspective on Social Accounting – The Contribution of Discourse Philosophy.- Sustainable Finance and the Stakeholder Equity Model.- Theory, Practice, and Education: On the Role of Business Ethics for Management Education at Business Schools or Universities.