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eBook Ethical Contexts for Business Conflicts: v.1 (Series on ethical conflict) (Vol 1) ePub

by Samuel M. Natale,John B. Wilson

  • ISBN: 0819175978
  • Category: Business Culture
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Samuel M. Natale,John B. Wilson
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield (November 21, 1989)
  • Pages: 202
  • ePub book: 1771 kb
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In this book, Michael Nicholson outlines social scientific approaches to international relations and then describes the . Finally, Michael Nicholson discusses the philosophy of science, policy, and ethics

In this book, Michael Nicholson outlines social scientific approaches to international relations and then describes the problems of rational decision-making in conflict situations. He shows how rationality is in many strategic situations hard to define and often leads to paradoxes such as the prisoners dilemma, and explores rational beliefs about the international system. He examines theories of arms races, alliances, and the international problems of ecology. Finally, Michael Nicholson discusses the philosophy of science, policy, and ethics. This book is both an exposition and a defense of a social scientific approach to international relations.

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As transnational interactions increase, cross-cultural conflict concerning ethical issues is inevitable. The authors have previously developed and described a decision tree model for addressing cross-cultural ethical conflicts

As transnational interactions increase, cross-cultural conflict concerning ethical issues is inevitable. This article presents a model for assisting decision makers in selecting appropriate strategies for addressing cross-cultural ethical conflict. A theoretical framework for the model is developed based on the literature on international business ethics and on conflict resolution. The model is illustrated through several case examples. The authors have previously developed and described a decision tree model for addressing cross-cultural ethical conflicts. The model is intended to provide an ethically sound yet pragmatic tool for decision makers facing such situations.

This is the first in a series of studies which is aimed at clarifying one of the most vexing and ubiquitous . It deals with the area endemic to moral decision makingóconflict.

This is the first in a series of studies which is aimed at clarifying one of the most vexing and ubiquitous problems of contemporary livingóethics and moral education. This collection of articles covers a broad array of topics to give the reader a flavor for the kinds of issues which exist in this cognate domain

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Find nearly any book by Samuel M Natale. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Education in Religious Understanding: A Report from the Foundation for Education in Religion and Morality. ISBN 9780819159496 (978-0-8191-5949-6) Softcover, Univ Pr of Amer, 1987. Learn More at LibraryThing. Samuel M Natale at LibraryThing.

First, people tend to believe that they are ethical people and that their ethical standards are higher than average. Of course, everyone cannot be above average. However, surveys show this belief in above averageness remains

First, people tend to believe that they are ethical people and that their ethical standards are higher than average. However, surveys show this belief in above averageness remains. As reported in A Crisis of Culture (2013), for example, 71% of surveyed financial services executives rated their firm’s reputation for ethical conduct better than the rest of the industry. 2 Among those surveyed, 59% rated the industry’s reputation for ethical conduct as positive.