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Managerial Ethics

Managerial Ethics
Dilemmas and Decision Making

First Edition

Other Titles in:
Business Ethics

February 2009 | 268 pages | SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd
What kinds of decisions do managers make in the face of ethical dilemmas? What is the logic they use? How does their personality affect these decisions? Does the environment or the context affect these decisions?

This book addresses these issues both conceptually and through an empirical enquiry. The basic concept of ethics is defined, followed by a presentation of the different approaches to studying ethics. The overall approach is descriptive, focusing on how ethics exist in practice.

The Starting Point
Investigating Ethical Orientation
Ethical Decision Making and Cognitive Frameworks
Age, Gender and Ethical Conduct
Gunas and Ethical Conduct
Political Orientation, Locus of Control and Ethics
Leadership and Ethics
Role of the Context in Ethical Conduct
An Integrated View

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