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Business Ethics: An Indian Perspective

Contents The Ethics of Consumer Protection 3 1. Marketing Ethics 5 1.

Ethical Issues in Human Resource Management 6 1. Corporate Social Responsibility 8 1. Ethical Dilemmas Sources and Their Resolutions 9 1.


Ethical Decision Making in Business 10 1. Globalization and Business Ethics 11 1. Some Pioneering Indian Boards 15 Discussion Questions 7 Monopoly Competition and Corporate Governance 17 1.

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The Role of the Government in Ensuring. Concepts and Theories of Business Ethics 2 1. An Overview 12 1. The Theory and Practice of Corporate Governance 13 1. Governance Issues ReIating to the Board 15 Landmarks in the Emergence of Corporate. The Indian Scenario 20 1.

The Indian Capital Market Regulator 21 1. An Indian Perspective A.

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The Ethics of Consumer Protection 3 1.