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Published: 27 June 2019

640 Pages


ISBN: 9780198810070

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Business Ethics

Managing Corporate Citizenship and Sustainability in the Age of Globalization

Fifth Edition

Andrew Crane, Dirk Matten, Sarah Glozer, and Laura Spence

  • The only business ethics textbook to include interviews with professionals, through the Practitioner Spotlight feature in the text and accompanying videos online.
  • An accessible style and easy-to-follow narrative makes the text engaging for any student new to the subject.
  • Provides a truly global approach with case studies and examples from emerging economies and all around the world.
  • Diverse and innovative learning features include Ethical Dilemmas, Think Theory, and Research Exercises, all of which challenge students to consider alternative viewpoints and develop transferable skills.
  • Ethics on Screen boxes reveal ethical issues in the world around us, both on screen and in working life.
  • Includes a comprehensive set of online resources for both instructors and students, including video interviews with practitioners, teaching notes, and further case studies.
  • Also available as an e-book with functionality, navigation features, and links that offer extra learning support

New to this Edition:

  • Professor Laura Spence and Dr Sarah Glozer join the author team, bringing fresh perspectives and new expertise, while maintaining the highly-praised, straightforward writing style and logical presentation of material for which the book is known.
  • Every chapter contains a Practitioner Spotlight feature where the authors talk to prominent businesswomen and men, discovering the ethical challenges they face at work and also the skills they employ to tackle them.
  • Ethics in Action boxes now include new examples exploring ethical considerations at organizations such as Nudie Jeans Co., Brewdog, and indigenous Bangladeshi tanneries, as well as complex issues including digital currency, modern slavery, and Big Data.
  • New Case Studies address the latest developments in the business environment, such as the sharing economy and sustainability.
  • Enhanced online resources include new, bespoke video interviews with practitioners from the Spotlights feature in the book, quick-fire multiple-choice questions for students, and workshop and flipped classroom activity ideas for lecturers.
  • A new text design makes the learning features more engaging and accessible than ever before and enhances the Case Studies with images.

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