Test bank for Canadian Business and Society Ethics Responsibilities and Sustainability Canadian 4th Edition by Sexty
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Sexty is an indigenous text that provides a broad overview of the Canadian business system, its interrelationships with society and the expectation of ethics in business, and business’s adherence to moral standards.
Sexty adopts the “business and society” approach to business, in addition to three key words: ethics, responsibilities, and sustainability. The ethics of business refers to the rules, standards, codes, values or principles that provide guidance for morally appropriate behaviour in managerial decision-making that is related to the operations of business and a business’s relationship with society. Society accepts business as long as it recognizes the responsibilities in its operations and considers the needs and desires of society. The result businesses have had an increasing obligation to do more. Sustainability represents a management approach that integrates economic, ethical, and environmental responsibilities into all management systems (the triple ‘e’).
Sexty Fourth Edition enables and encourages critical thinking by introducing new ideas and concepts, by introducing new ideas and concepts, linking ideas to illustrations, addressing issues from different perspectives, and exposing readers to new sources of information. The concepts, theories, and illustrations allow students to use their skills to clarify facts, assess information, formulate and defend their own intellectual positions, and develop appropriate courses of action.
Table of Content
CHAPTER 1: The Relationship between Business and Society
CHAPTER 2: Ethics and Capitalism
CHAPTER 3: Identifying Stakeholders and Issues
CHAPTER 4: Stakeholder and Issue Analysis
CHAPTER 5: Ethics of Business: The Theoretical Basis
CHAPTER 6: Ethics of Business: Management and Leadership
CHAPTER 7: Corporate Social Responsibility: The Concept
CHAPTER 8: Corporate Social Responsibility: In Practice
CHAPTER 9: Measuring, Reporting, and Communicating CSR
CHAPTER 10: Regulating Business’ Ethics and Responsibilities
CHAPTER 11: Responsible Ownership and Governance
CHAPTER 12: Ethics and Responsibilities in the Workplace and Marketplace
CHAPTER 13: Civil Society Stakeholders
CHAPTER 14: The Environment and Business Responsibilities
CHAPTER 15: Globalization and Business Responsibilities
CHAPTER 16: The Socialization of Capitalism