Understanding business and ethics in the South African context
- Rathbone M
- ISBN: 9780627037764
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- 100 Pages | Published: 2019
An introduction to a contextual and integrative approach to business ethics. The essential guide for undergraduate students and business people to reflect on the role of business in society and the practical aspects of business operations in a manner that is grounded in the history and culture of South Africa.
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