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Upholding or Breaking Ethical Rules?—Responses to Ethical Problems

  • Verner C. Petersen
Part of the Studies in Economic Ethics and Philosophy book series (SEEP)

Abstract

A common theme of the recent deluge of books and articles on ethics, and especially business ethics, seems to be the need for ethical rules. Rules like the ones found in the so-called ethical codes of a firm. Every firm its own ethical code.

Keywords

Business Ethic Ethical Decision Ethical Dilemma Ethical Problem Ethical Rule 
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