The place of ethical theory in business ethics
Audi, Robert. (2010) The place of ethical theory in business ethics. In In G. G. Brenkert (Ed.). The Oxford Handbook of Business Ethics pp. 46 - 69 Oxford University Press.
|Editors||G. G. Brenkert|
Ethical theory is a major critical resource for serious discussion of ethical problems, including those in business ethics. Why this is so will become clear once we frame an adequate conception of ethical theory and describe the scope of business ethics. I begin with a section that considers what kind of enterprise ethical theory is and what sorts of problems in business it can help address. I then proceed to explore some dimensions of ethical theory, some leading theories important for business ethics, and some concrete illustrations of the connections between ethical theory and specific problems in business ethics.
|Page range||46 - 69|
|Book title||The Oxford Handbook of Business Ethics|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Place of publication||United Kingdom|
|Research Group||School of Philosophy|
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