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Published: 31 December 2020

304 Pages | 39 photos, 10 figures; 20 tables; 1 map

ISBN: 9780199038398

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With a Clear Conscience

Business Ethics, Decision-Making, and Strategic Thinking

Edited by Gregory G. Andres, W. Jim Jordan, Andrew Stumpf, Chris Wass, Vanessa Correia, Dylon McChesney, Jamie Sewell, and Sara Weaver

  • Unique and compelling coverage not found in other texts provides students with a solid understanding of concepts such as social action problems, game theory, private versus public morality, perverse incentives, moral pluralism, and ethical disruption.
  • Strikes the perfect balance between theory and practice by showing students in a thorough and engaging way how theoretical concepts relate to real-life business contexts and issues.
  • Clear, direct, and illustrative writing with a conversational author voice appeals to a wide range of students, from those who are well-versed in ethics to those from different disciplines who are encountering ethical concepts for the first time.
  • A wealth of in-text examples and case studies vividly show students how real-life businesses and individuals have addressed ethical dilemmas in Canada and other countries.
  • Ethical decision-making worksheets in the appendix provide students with detailed steps and considerations for strategizing ethically informed decisions.
  • Outstanding pedagogical features - including learning goals, Background boxes, Concept Check questions, marginal glossary, and discussion questions - help students to navigate the nuances of business ethics and to think critically.

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