Business, Ethics and Society is the text that business ethicists need now, as expectations about the role business plays in our globally-connected world evolve and grow. John Cullen is remarkably widely read, and uses a vibrant body of materials to add inimitable grounding to ethics topics. Each chapter begins with essential learning objectives and moves through lively discussions, relevant cases, and examples drawing on diverse sources such as Plato and Freud, the New Testament and the panoply of Greek gods, Black Lives Matter and #MeToo, academic writing and short fiction.
John Cullen’s book is firmly rooted in established business ethics theory and debates while also engaging – in an impressive way – with new perspectives and the latest research. With such an impressive and comprehensive scope, making engagement easy for students and effective for educators requires clear signposting, summaries of key learning points, invitations to reflection and interesting case studies that support both discussion and application. This book has it all.
A suitable addition to the core text and other resources.