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

Download Business Ethics from the 19th Century to Today: An Economist’s View written by David George Surdam in PDF format. This book is under the category Business and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 3030371689; 3030371697/9783030371685/ 9783030371692. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.


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David George Surdam


Palgrave Macmillan




410 pages






3030371689; 3030371697


9783030371685/ 9783030371692

Book Description

Business Ethics from the 19th Century to Today (PDF) merges elements of business and economic history to review business ethics from the nineteenth century to today. It emphasizes American and British business history; delving into issues such as slavery; firm behavior; industrialization; and monopolies; and Ponzi schemes. This ebook draws on the work of historians and economists to highlight the importance of religious beliefs; changing technologies; and cultural attitudes; showing that what is considered ethical differs across places and time.

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