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Business Ethics and Ethics Education in American Business Programs

Megjelent december 15, 2008
John D. Keiser
The College at Brockport Department of Business Administration and Economics
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D. Keiser, J. (2008). Business Ethics and Ethics Education in American Business Programs. Competitio, 7(2), 195–200. https://doi.org/10.21845/comp/2008/2/13

This essay presents an overview of what American business programs cover in their curricula regarding ethics and the reasons behind teaching ethics-related material to business students. Topics for the paper
include; requirements for having ethics in the curricula, broad perspectives of what constitutes ethical business practices, and the difference between professional ethics and business ethics.

Journal of Economic Literature (JEL) classification: M14, A20

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