Competing with Integrity in International Business by Richard T. De GeorgeCompeting with Integrity in International Business by Richard T. De George

Competing with Integrity in International Business

byRichard T. De George

Paperback | September 1, 1993

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The first book to address the whole spectrum of multinational business ethics, Competing with Integrity in International Business examines moral debates about operating ethically in virtually every major market environment in the world. Taking the company of integrity as its objective, itoffers guidelines for multinationals in underdeveloped countries as well as original strategies for corporations competing in corrupt environments. Backed by the distinguished author's wide and varied experience, both as a scholar and as consultant to firms and business institutions around theworld, Competing with Integrity in International Business covers cooperation with local government, taxes, respect for and compliance with local society, human rights, national development, and other challenges, as well as responses to immoral adversaries and the use of publicity to expose corruptactions. With case studies from across the globe, including the former Soviet bloc, China, Japan, and the European Community, this will prove an invaluable resource for business professionals, ethicists, philosophers, and students.
Richard T. De George is at University of Kansas.
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Title:Competing with Integrity in International BusinessFormat:PaperbackDimensions:256 pages, 9.09 × 5.98 × 0.71 inPublished:September 1, 1993Publisher:Oxford University Press

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0195082265

ISBN - 13:9780195082265

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"Essential reading for business people, public policy makers, scholars and citizens concerned with the question of how to invigorate ethical business behavior in the dynamic and volatile global political economy of the 1990's."--Edwin M. Epstein, University of California at Berkeley