Social responsibilities of the businessman; with a commentary by F. Ernest Johnson.

[1st ed.].. New York, Harper [1953] .

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Subjects Entreprises -- ResponsabiliteĢ sociale.
Etica comercial.
Industrie -- Aspect social.
Industries -- Social aspects.
Soziale Verantwortung.
Series Ethics and economics of society.
Description xii, 276 pages 22 cm.
Copyright Date [1953]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 261-270).
Also issued online.
Contents Part I : 1. Introduction -- 2. Economic Goals -- 3. Social responsibilities and laissez faire -- 4. Social aspects of business decisions in present-day capitalism -- 5. Protestant views of the social responsibilities of businessmen -- 6. The businessman's conception of his social responsibilities -- 7. The businessman's view of his specific responsibilities -- 8. Why are businessmen concerned about their social responsibilities? -- 9. Why are businessmen concerned about their social responsibilities? (continued) -- 10. The doctrine of social responsibility: some criticisms -- 11. The laws and the doctrine of social responsibility -- 12. Toward increasing the effectiveness of social responsibility in business decisions -- 13. Proposals: changes in business organization and practice -- 14. Proposals: the industry council plan -- 15. Other proposals -- 16. Ethical issues relating to the distribution of income -- 17. Other ethical issues facing businessmen
Network Numbers (OCoLC)229633
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WorldCat Identities Bowen, Howard Rothmann, 1908-
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