Ethics in Corporate Management


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Ethics in Corporate Management
Ethics in corporate management is based on a platform of proper conduct combined with an approach which focuses on harmonious balance between all parties. The system of ethics employed can be elucidated in terms of a number of theories including: consequentialism, utilitarianism, deontology (ethical formalism), virtue ethics, ethical relativism, economic theory, stakeholders, moral minimum, philanthropy, and strategic model sustainability. The case is made that ethical choices made by Levi Strauss to “move its operations to Costa Rica and the Dominican Republic” were not derived from a basis of collective good that focuses on maximizing results for the business, business associates, government, and greater...
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