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Recent trends in globalization have conclusively demonstrated that economic and socio-political problems of the 21st century would need to be confronted in the context of the inter-dependent nature of the world and its inhabitants. The emerging global economic order has once again brought capitalism and its principal actor, the large multinational corporation, to the apex of social institutions. The 23 papers represent a diversity of viewpoints and are indicative of one of the major goals, i.e., to create a meaningful discourse that goes beyond rhetoric. Instead, it emphasizes a search for feasible solutions in the context of real world problems, resource constraints, and human frailties.
Previously Published in the Journal of Business Ethics, Volume 87 Supplement 1, 2009
The emerging global economic order has brought capitalism and the large multinational corporation to the apex of social institutions. This book emphasize a search for solutions in the context of real world problems, resource constraints, and human frailties.
EditorS. Prakash Sethi
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Globalization and the Good Corporation
S. Prakash Sethi
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