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Theory Strategies of Business Ethics

  • Karl HomannEmail author
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Abstract

In view of the enormous pressure to solve problems that exists today in the current international situation, more than a few people expect a contribution to be made by business ethics.

Keywords

Business Ethic Modern World Moral Norm Moral Behavior Moral Problem 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.LMUMunichGermany

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