Business Ethics and Value Systems

This comprehensive and well-organised book deals with some of the basic issues associated with business ethics and value systems. It presents the views of different schools of thought on this subject and dissects the phenomenon of corruption to expose its root causes.

The book provides a critical analysis of this social epidemic that forces corporates to become corrupt and remain unethical. Besides, it describes a few popular ethical theories, some of the key issues that affect ethical decision process and the role of total quality management in ensuring practice of good workplace ethics.Primarily intended for the postgraduate students of management and commerce, the book can also be used beneficially by practicing professionals.

Key Features:
Presents more than forty live cases that show a cross-section view of different types of unethical practices.
Gives model ethical codes for a few professions.
Provides spreadsheets to enable satisfactory compliance with legal and statutory requirements.