Introduction to Business, Management, and Ethics
first Edition

Introduction to Business, Management, and Ethics

by William Frey, Jose A. Cruz-Cruz

William J. Frey is a Professor of Business Ethics at the University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez.

Jose A. Cruz-Cruz is a researcher at the University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez and other places.

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Introduction. Introduction to Business, Management, and Ethic
Chapter One. Introductory Modules
1.1 - Derived copy of Rubrics for Exams and Group Projects in Ethics
1.2 - Reflections on the Nature of Business
Chapter Two. Business and Professional Ethics
2.1 - Theory Building Activities: Mountain Terrorist Exercise
2.2 - Theory Building Activities: "Responsibility and Incident at Morales"
2.3 - Professional Ethics in Puerto Rico: Codes, Problem Solving, and Ethical Dissent
2.4 - Three Frameworks for Ethical Problem-Solving in Business and the Professions
Chapter Three. Management and Leadership
3.1 - Ethics of Teamwork
3.2 - Business and Moral Leaders
3.3 - Moral Exemplars in Business and Professional Ethics
3.4 - Different Approaches to Corporate Governance
3.5 - Moral Ecologies in Corporate Governance
3.6 - Corporate Ethics Compliance Officer Report
3.7 - Three Views of CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility)
3.8 - A Short History of the Corporation
Chapter Four. Finance
4.1 - Responsible Choice for Appropriate Technology
Chapter Five. Marketing: Consumer and Green Ethics
5.1 - Approaches in Environmental Ethics For Business and Engineering
5.2 - Ethical Issues in Risk Management for Business
Chapter Six. UPRM Business Administration Statement of Values
6.1 - Value Profile: Justice
6.2 - Value Profile: Responsibility
6.3 - Value Profile: Respect
6.4 - Value Profile: Trust
6.5 - Value Profile: Integrity
Chapter Seven. Attributions