Asian Journal of Business Ethics
The Asian Journal of Business Ethics publishes original articles from a wide variety of methodological and disciplinary perspectives concerning ethical issues related to business in Asia, including East, Southeast and South-central Asia. Like its sister publication, the Journal of Business Ethics, AJBE explores and analyzes the moral dimensions of production, consumption, labour relations, and organizational behavior, while taking into account the unique societal and ethical perspectives of the region. Coverage includes analysis of corporate responsibility, systems of production, consumption, marketing, advertising, social and economic accounting, labour relations, public relations and organizational behaviour from a moral or ethical point of view.
The Asian Journal of Business Ethics will benefit a broad readership with interest in business ethics, including universities, business schools, government agencies, non-government organizations, business community and consumer groups.
Corporate social responsibility in community development and sustainability: Rourkela Steel Plant, a unit of SAIL, India
Evaluation of corporate social responsibility from a stakeholder’s perspective—a case study of Aparajitha Corporate Services in India
Human and social capital and environmental management in small firms: a developing country perspective
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