Emerging Global Business Ethics


This volume explores worldwide developments in the field of business ethics. It studies ethical issues faced by transnational corporations, the possibilities for international cooperation after the cold war, as well as regional business ethics issues from around the world. The essays, taken from the Ninth Bentley Conference on Business Ethics sponsored by the Center for Business Ethics, include cases and regional studies from Africa, Eastern Europe, the Pacific Rim, and North and South America. Topics discussed include the BCCI scandal, the IBM-Fujitsu case, land-use policies, transnational codes of business conduct, ethics and international law, business and cultural diversity, and ethics and economic development.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Robert E. Frederick
  • John M. Kline
  • Gael M. McDonald
  • Kam-hon Lee
  • David K. Tse
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Westport, CT
Publication year:
  • 1994


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