Description - Understanding How Issues in Business Ethics Develop by Michael Pollitt
Corporate governance, executive pay, child labour and control of industrial pollution are issues that many companies must face. While the issues themselves have been widely discussed, the process by which they develop is a much less discussed area. A key to being a sustainable company is the capacity to understand and predict how such issues develop. This book examines the development of a number of issues and draws lessons which companies in the future can use.
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Author Biography - Michael Pollitt
IAN JONES is currently an international strategic consultant on management education. He organises international executive programmes at the London Business School and holds a visiting Professorship of International Management at the University of Exeter. Previously he was UK national director and Professor of International Management at EAP, Oxford. He has also directed the MBA programme at City University and worked as a marketing manager for Unilever. He holds an MA in Economics and Statistics from St. Andrews and a PhD in International Management from London Business School. - MICHAEL POLLITT is a university lecturer in applied industrial organisation at Cambridge University. He is also Director of Studies and Fellow in Economics at Sidney Sussex College. He teaches courses in industrial and competition policy and microeconomics. His research interests include the impact of privatisation in the electricity industry and he is author of 'Ownership and Efficiency in Electric Utilities', OUP, 1995. He holds an MA in Economics from Cambridge and M.Phil and D.Phil degrees in Economics from Oxford.