Milton Friedman and Peter Drucker on Business Ethics


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Milton Friedman and Peter Drucker on Business Ethics
This paper shall compare and contrast the concept of business ethics from the viewpoint of Milton Friedman and Peter Drucker.
Business Ethics: Friedman vs. Drucker
Ethicists and businessmen can at times possess divergent views on the subject of appropriate corporate behavior. Should the corporation focus solely on profits for its shareholder investors or are there additional factors that need to be taken into account? While philosophers such as Plato, Socrates, Aristotle first debated and wrote on the subject of ethics and the pursuit of the good life in ancient Greece, the subject still remains open to many opinions. With the growth of industry throughout the twentieth century,...
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