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082 _aFP 174.4
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100 _aManikutty, S.
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245 _aBeing ethical: ethics as the foundation of business
260 _c2011
_bRandom House India
_aNoida
300 _axviii, 237 p.: ill.
_bIncludes references
365 _aINR
_b299.00
440 _aIIM Ahmedabad business books
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520 _aBusinesses have to act in self-interest but to what extent should they sacrifice ethical behavior? The question has become increasingly relevant with the recent high profile corporate scandals such as Satyam and the 2G scam. But can, and should, a business behave ethically at all? Is the corporate social responsibility of a company just to make profits as Nobel Prize-winning economist, Milton Friedman, once famously declared? In this timely book, Professor Manikutty takes us through the minefield of business and ethics looking at the ways in which ethics enter work and the choices available to companies and to individuals. He argues that being ethical is not a simple question of doing the right thing vs the wrong thing; it is to find a balance between multiple right or wrong choices, arriving at not a solution but a compromise. Using a variety of examples and case studies from Indian businesses, Being Ethical is an indispensable book for any responsible manager.
650 _aBusiness ethics
_93340
650 _aLeadership - Maral aspects and ethical aspects
_9209179
650 _aSuccess in business - Moral and ethical
_9209180
942 _cBK
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