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Business, government, and society a managerial perspective, text and cases John F. Steiner, Goerge A. Steiner

By: Steiner, John F.
Contributor(s): Steiner, George A.
Publisher: New York McGraw-Hill 2012Edition: 13th ed.Description: xvi, 696 p. il., figras. 24 cm.ISBN: 9780078112676.Subject(s): Industria -- Aspectos sociales -- Estados Unidos | La responsabilidad social de los negocios -- Estados Unidos | Politica industrial -- Estados UnidosDDC classification: 658.4
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A framework for studying business, goverment, and society. - - The nature and management of corporate responsibility. - - Managing ethics. - - Business. - - Multinational corporations and globalization. - - Corporations and the natural environment. - - Human resources. - - Corporate governance.
Summary: The thirteenth edition of Business, Government and Society by John F. Steiner and George A. Steiner continues a long effort to tell the story of how forces in business, government, and society shape our world. In addition, an emphasis on management issues and processes allows students to apply the principles they learn to real-world situations. As always, a stream of events dictated the need for extensive revision. Accordingly, Steiner and Steiner have updated the chapters to include new ideas, events, personalities, and publications, while continuing the work of building insight into basic underlying principles, institutions, and forces.
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The thirteenth edition of Business, Government and Society by John F. Steiner and George A. Steiner continues a long effort to tell the story of how forces in business, government, and society shape our world. In addition, an emphasis on management issues and processes allows students to apply the principles they learn to real-world situations.As always, a stream of events dictated the need for extensive revision. Accordingly, Steiner and Steiner have updated the chapters to include new ideas, events, personalities, and publications, while continuing the work of building insight into basic underlying principles, institutions, and forces.

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A framework for studying business, goverment, and society. - - The nature and management of corporate responsibility. - - Managing ethics. - - Business. - - Multinational corporations and globalization. - - Corporations and the natural environment. - - Human resources. - - Corporate governance.

The thirteenth edition of Business, Government and Society by John F. Steiner and George A. Steiner continues a long effort to tell the story of how forces in business, government, and society shape our world. In addition, an emphasis on management issues and processes allows students to apply the principles they learn to real-world situations. As always, a stream of events dictated the need for extensive revision. Accordingly, Steiner and Steiner have updated the chapters to include new ideas, events, personalities, and publications, while continuing the work of building insight into basic underlying principles, institutions, and forces.

Table of contents provided by Syndetics

  • Part 1 A Framework for Studying Business, Government, and Society
  • 1 The Study of Business, Government, and Society
  • 2 The Dynamic Environment
  • 3 Business Power
  • 4 Critics of Business
  • Part 2 The Nature and Management of Corporate Responsibility
  • 5 Corporate Social Responsibility
  • 6 Implementing Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Part 3 Managing Ethics
  • 7 Business Ethics
  • 8 Making Ethical Decisions in Business
  • Part 4 Business and Government
  • 9 Business in Politics
  • 10 Regulating Business
  • Part 5 Multinational Corporations and Globalization
  • 11 Multinational Corporations
  • 12 Globalization, Trade, and Corruption
  • Part 6 Corporations and the Natural Environment
  • 13 Industrial Pollution and Environmental Regulation
  • 14 Managing Environmental Quality
  • Part 7 Consumerism
  • 15 Consumerism
  • Part 8 Human Resources
  • 16 The Changing Workplace
  • 17 Civil Rights, Women, and Diversity
  • Part 9 Corporate Governance
  • 18 Corporate Governance

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