Business Ethics from Antiquity to the 19th Century: An Economist’s View

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David George Surdam


Palgrave Macmillan




383 pages






3030371646; 3030371654


9783030371647/ 9783030371654

Book Description

Business Ethics from Antiquity to the 19th Century; (PDF) integrates components of enterprise and financial historical past to examine enterprise ethics from antiquity to the nineteenth century. This ebook begins with so-referred to as primitive individuals; displaying how people began to trade commodities and items from commerce as a manner to prosper and maintain the peace. The ancients thought of the ethics and worth of a enterprise; and plenty of of their reflections affected medieval Catholic thinkers and enterprise members. Protestants raised working and revenue-making to the virtuous and respectable and a few teams; like Quakers; got here to show good enterprise ethics. This ebook attracts on the work of historians and economists to spotlight the significance of spiritual beliefs; altering applied sciences; and cultural attitudes; displaying that what’s believed moral differs throughout time and place.

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Table of contents

Table of contents :
Front Matter ….Pages i-xii
You Can’t Live (Well) Without Business Ethics (David George Surdam)….Pages 1-14
Overview of Business Ethics (David George Surdam)….Pages 15-37
Primitive Trade (David George Surdam)….Pages 39-56
Ancient Trade in the Near East (David George Surdam)….Pages 57-80
Greek Society (David George Surdam)….Pages 81-114
Roman Society (David George Surdam)….Pages 115-138
Jewish and Christian Attitudes (David George Surdam)….Pages 139-156
Islam and Business Ethics (David George Surdam)….Pages 157-179
Medieval Business Ethics (David George Surdam)….Pages 181-203
Medieval Ethics and Markets (David George Surdam)….Pages 205-237
Early Modern Europe and Resurging Trade (David George Surdam)….Pages 239-266
Birth of a Consumer Society in Eighteenth-Century England (David George Surdam)….Pages 267-279
Quakers and Business Ethics (David George Surdam)….Pages 281-294
Labor Relations Through the Ages (David George Surdam)….Pages 295-315
Slavery Throughout History (David George Surdam)….Pages 317-350
Conclusion (David George Surdam)….Pages 351-352
Back Matter ….Pages 353-383


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