Beyond Integrity: A Judeo-Christian Approach to Business Ethics

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Zondervan Academic, Feb 21, 2012 - Religion - 496 pages

Integrity is essential to Judeo-Christian business ethics. But today’s business environment is complex. Those in business, and those preparing to enter the business world, need to grapple with the question of how integrity and biblical ethics can be applied in the workplace. They need to go “beyond integrity” in their thinking. Beyond Integrity is neither excessively theoretical nor simplistic and dogmatic. Rather, it offers a balanced and pragmatic approach to a number of concrete ethical issues. Readings from a wide range of sources present competing perspectives on each issue, and real-life case studies further help the reader grapple with ethical dilemmas. The authors conclude each chapter with their own distinctly Christian commentary on the topic covered. This Zondervan ebook of the third edition has been revised to provide the most up-to-date introduction to the issues Christians face in today’s constantly changing business culture. Revisions include: • 30 new case studies • 1/3 new readings • 50% substantially revised • sidebars that reflect the issues in the news and business press • summaries and material for discussion



Ethical Decision Making
Case Studies
Foundations for Christian Ethics in Business
The Business of Business DALLAS WILLARD Provocations
Case Studies
Christian Engagement in Business
An Orchard with Fruit That Lasts
A Christian Viewpoint
Case Studies
Accounting and Finance
Case Studies
Marketing and Advertising

The Entrepreneurial Vocation ROBERT SIRICO Journal
Case Studies
Corporate Social Responsibility
Case Studies
Globalization and Christian Ethics
Globalization and World Poverty BRIAN GRIFFITHS
Global Business Practices
Moving the Fair Trade Agenda Forward PAUL
Fair Trade? Its Prospects as a Poverty Solution VICTOR
Case Studies
POLLARD Leader to Leader
Building Healthy Organizations in Which People
Technology and the New Challenges of Management
Jesus Is a Brand of Jeans JEAN KILBOURNE
Case Studies
Environmental Stewardship
HOFFMAN Business Ethics Quarterly
Whats the Deal?
Snack Chips and Lessons in Environmental
Did We Learn the Lessons from
Case Studies
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Scott B. Rae (PhD, University of Southern California) is professor of Christian ethics at Talbot School of Theology, Biola University, La Mirada, California.

Kenman L. Wong (PhD, University of Southern California) is professor of business ethics at Seattle Pacific University. He is a former associate of one of the world's leading management consulting firms.

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