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Offering a unique interdisciplinary blend of theory and practical applications, LAW AND ETHICS IN THE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT, 6e, combines up-to-the-minute issues in business ethics with the latest in case law. Engaging and thought-provoking, this student-friendly text offers balanced, in-depth coverage of controversial and timely topics in the areas of law and ethics within the business environment. Worlds away from the rote learning of many texts, LAW and ETHICS includes insightful case and end-of-chapter questions that spark lively classroom discussion and debate as well as help sharpen students' critical-thinking skills. The text includes contemporary readings, current cases, historical quotes, chapter problems, chapter projects, and Internet-based assignments. Its wealth of interactive projects--including role plays, mock trials, mock hearings, debates, roundtables, and negations--gives students hands-on experience grappling with real-life ethical dilemmas. LAW AND ETHICS IN THE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT, 6e, equips students with the tools and practice needed to make difficult ethical decisions now and when they become managers--ultimately helping them become better business leaders.
Terry Halbert is Professor of Legal Studies at Temple University Fox School of Business & Management.
Table of Contents
|Law, Ethics, Business: An Introduction|
|The Duty of Loyalty: Whistleblowing|
|Privacy and Technology: Electronic Monitoring|
|Valuing Diversity: Stereotyping vs. Inclusion|
|Workers Rights as Human Rights: Health and Safety in the Workplace|
|Sustainable Economies: Global Environment Protection|
|Marketing and Technology: Choice and Manipulation|
|Risk Allocation: Products Liability|
|Ownership and Creativity: Intellectual Property|
|How to Read and Brief a Case|
|Evaluating Internet Sources|
|Stakeholder Ethics Role-Play|
|Mock Trial Materials|
|Alternative Dispute Resolution|
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