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Need for Ethics in Business

Define the market system and the need for ethics in business and distinguish it from the law and concepts of virtue and morality. Also the Insight on ethics in the context of relativism, psychological egoism, utilitarianism, deontology, and virtue ethics.

And expound on the ideas of character ethic, female ethic, human rights, and ethical action.

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--Define the market system and the need for ethics in business and distinguish it from the law and concepts of virtue and morality. Also the Insight on ethics in the context of relativism, psychological egoism, utilitarianism, deontology, and virtue ethics.

Consider the need for business ethics as in reinforcing the mission statements honing on the company's visions accordingly, in which, the daily tasks follows an ethical blueprint. In the market system of operating for the targeted consumer audience is in defining a philosophy aspect that serves in conducting ethical behavior. In doing so, the ethics in business operates on a level of responsibility (socially in the community or customer focus, etc.) that serves towards conducting a virtue ethics systems output (behavior in conduct). Try and identify the company's mission statements and vision ...

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The review into business ethics for generating a sufficient method in conducting business that reflect the company's mission or vision statement.

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