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The document “Business Ethics as a Science” (PDF) illustrates the means by which the methodology of business ethics might be made more scientific, particularly with regard to its normative section. Storchevoy makes the discovery that there is an attempt made by financial principle to contribute to the scientific normative evaluation of financial conduct. He focuses primarily on the welfare economics of the years 1910-1950 and the operational discussions of economics and ethics from the years 1980-2015. After that, he investigates the development of the methodological construction of business ethics in general since the 1980s and the scientific rationality of normative business ethics; this includes the stakeholder principle, the integral social contract principle, company social accountability, the separation thesis, benefit ethics, and other frameworks. In his closing remarks, he proposes the development of a typology of ethical dilemmas and issues as an additional measure that can be taken to make business ethics a more methodical academic field. This book, Business Ethics as a Science: Methodology and Implications, is going to be a stimulating useful resource for practitioners as well as students of enterprise ethics and economics.
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