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Developing business ethics in China

Author: Lu, Xiaohe ; Enderle, GeorgesPublisher: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006.Language: EnglishDescription: 293 p. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 1403972532Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Developing Business Ethics in China Contents Acknowledgments Introduction Georges Enderle: An Overview of the Essays as a Platform for Further Dialogue viii 3 12 Xiaohe Lu: Good Beginnings: A Review of the International Conference on "Developing Business Ethics in China" Part I Foundational Questions 1 On China's Traditional Business Ethics and Its Modern Transformation 23 35 Yiting Zhu 2 The Ethics of an Ecological Economy Zeying Wang 3 Confucian and Christian Ethics about the Market Economy 44 52 62 Kit-Chun Joanna Lam 4 Economic Motivation and Its Relevance for Business Ethics Xiuyi Zhao 5 On the Moral Principles of Contract Ethics Huizhu Gao 6 Fundamental Business Ethics Issues in Contemporary China 69 Zhenping Hu and Kaifeng Huang 7 Business Ethics in China: A Systemic Perspective Jane Collier 8 Toward an Integrative Theory of Business Ethics: With Special Reference to the East Asian Region 90 78 Yukimasa Nagayasu vi CONTENTS 9 Business Ethics, Globalization, and the Information Age 99 Richard T De George Part II Macro-Issues 10 China's Ethical Challenges after Joining the WTO 113 Xidoxi Wang 11 Ethical Concepts of Consumption in China and the West in the Context of Globalization 123 Zhongzhi Zhou 12 Ethical Evaluation of the Income Distribution in China According to Its Five Income Sources 133 Jianwen Yang 13 Business Corruption in China's Economic Reform and Its Institutional Roots 143 Dajian Xu 14 Rules, Roles, and Moral Disparity: The Problem of Corruption 153 George G. Brenkert 15 Confidence in the Financial Reporting System: Easier to Lose than to Restore 163 Georges Enderle 16 Speculation and Insider Trading as a Problem of Business Ethics 174 Peter Koslowski 17 The Problems of Declining Birth Rate and Aging in the Japanese Welfare State and Its Implications for Business and Economic Ethics 184 Koichi Matsuoka Part III Perspectives of Corporate Ethics 18 "Moral Reticence": Corporate Management's Tendency to Avoid Addressing Ethical Issues 197 Lanfen Li 19 The Necessity and Prospects of Promoting Ethics in Chinese Enterprises: Experiences of Dazhong Transportation Group 207 Xiuhua Zhou CONTENTS · vii 20 The Moral Values of "Joint-Forces Culture": The Example of Xuchang Relay Group 214 Farong Qiao 21 Corporate Citizenship Behavior in a Transitional Economy: An Exploratory Study in the People's Republic of China 223 237 Hanlong Lu and Chi Kwan Warren Chiu 22 The Corporation's Evolving Personality Lynn Sharp Paine 23 Corporate Ethics in Germany: A Republican View and Its Practical Consequences 247 Horst Steinmann 24 Business Ethics and Corporate Governance in the King II Report: Light from the Tip of a Dark Continent? 258 Deon Rossouw 25 "Global Corporate Citizenship" for a Globalization with a Human Face 269 Urs Baerlocher Notes on Contributors Name Index Subject Index 277 280 283

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