Ethics in the Global South Vol: 18

Michael Schwartz
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia

Howard Harris
University of South Australia, Australia

Product Details
10 Oct 2017
Emerald Publishing Limited
216 pages - 152 x 229mm
Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations
The influence of the global South is increasing in the conduct and governance of multinationals, in the growing interest in the 'bottom of the pyramid', in the debates over the environment, trade and international law. There are questions aplenty. Complexities and tensions, differing ethical interpretations.
The volume includes works by authors from the global South and contributions about ethical issues in the global South, including the responses to famine in East Africa, India and Indonesia, and the applicability of international guidelines and ethical frameworks in South Africa. Other contributions examine the roles of beliefs and philosophies in the establishment of ethical traditions.
Ethics in the Global South
War and Famine around the Indian Ocean during the Second World War Bringing international sustainability guidelines home: a case study of a mega South African state-owned enterprise
Religion as Apparatus of Ethical Similarity: A Catalyst towards the Framework of Ethical Behaviors (FEB) in Technical Environment
Modern Business and the Doctrine of the Mean
Gift Giving, Guanxi, Bribery and Corruption Challenges in Australia-China Business: An Ethical Tension Between the Global South and the East
A Short history of Applied Ethics in Australia
Ethics and the Unified Justice Examination of the People's Republic of China
The Big Short: Financial Disaster and Moral Responsibility
Siracusa (2017) Humanities Arts and Social Sciences: It's everyone's Business

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