Who Owns Esnest Henry? Cast Study Questions Ethics of WMC


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The majority of evidence seems to support that ethical decision making on the part of mining agencies, mining executives, and mining related businesses tends to provide positive financial results in the long term. The inverse is true as well in that short term unethical decision making tends to produce better financial results but harms the long-term outlook of the industry. This is a reflection of the concept of Occam’s razor which postulates that the simplest explanation, especially in this case, is usually the case (Briscoe & Schuler, 2004: 87). The mining industry depends on the ethical decision making and practice of its agents and other professionals because of the...
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