A new textbook published early this spring by Emond Montgomery Publications draws on the expertise of many CBERN members to provide a clear and interesting overview of basic concepts and key debates related to business ethics.
Business Ethics: Concepts, Cases and Canadian Perspectives
includes several cases studies and a thoughtful examination of the issues by all contributors. Clear and concise chapters cover a range of topics including stakeholder theory, ethics and leadership, ethical decision making, and ethics and the law. Contributors present a strong emphasis on decision-making and stakeholder analysis. Discussion questions are provided throughout making this a perfect text for an introductory class.
Edited by - W. Peter Kissick, Distinguished Faculty Fellow of Business Law and Associate Professor, Queen's School of Business, and Director of the Queen's Business Law Clinic.