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|Author||: Laura Katz Olson|
|Publsiher||: JHU Press|
|Total Pages||: 440|
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The first book to comprehensively address private equity and health care, Ethically Challenged raises the curtain on an industry notorious for its secrecy, exposing the nefarious side of its maneuvers.
|Author||: Louie Larimer,Louie V. Larimer|
|Publsiher||: Human Resource Development|
|Total Pages||: 172|
|Genre||: Business ethics|
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Annotation Ethical Virtuosity challenges you to identify, articulate, defend and live the personal values and ethical principles that define who you are and how you lead others. Renowned author Dr. Louie Larimer presents seven simple steps that lead to ethical virtuosity. You'll discover the meaning of ethics, integrity, character, personal accountability and moral courage and how they are relevant within today's business environment.
Practical Ethics for Food Professionals
|Author||: J. Peter Clark,Christopher Ritson|
|Publsiher||: John Wiley & Sons|
|Total Pages||: 298|
|Genre||: Technology & Engineering|
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This book offers a practical guide to the most pressing ethical issues faced by those working in food manufacturing and associated industries. Early chapters look at the fundamentals of ethical thinking and how lessons of medical ethics might be applied to the food industry. The book then addresses some issues specifically relevant to the food industry, including treatment of animals; the use of genetically modified organisms; food product advertising; health claims and sustainability. Several further chapters present case studies which show how ethical thinking can be applied in real life examples. This volume should be on the desk of every food industry professional responsible for important decisions about science, marketing, resources, sustainability, the environment and people.
PSI Handbook of Business Security
|Author||: W. Timothy Coombs|
|Publsiher||: Greenwood Publishing Group|
|Total Pages||: 760|
|Genre||: Technology & Engineering|
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The Ethics of Creativity
|Author||: S. Moran,D. Cropley,J. Kaufman|
|Total Pages||: 325|
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The Ethics of Creativity illuminates the thorny issues that arise when novel creative ideas collide with what we believe to be 'right' or 'good'. This book tackles questions of when creativity and ethics tend to coincide and when conflict, and how both might be harnessed to support a brighter future for all.
101 Ethical Dilemmas
|Author||: Martin Cohen|
|Total Pages||: 351|
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First published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Universities Ethics and Professions
|Author||: John Strain,Ronald Barnett,Peter Jarvis|
|Total Pages||: 204|
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Every business and organization today needs to impress stakeholders with its ethics policy. This reflects the increasing emphasis on ethics in public and professional life, evident in the way the UK Council for Industry and Higher Education encourages universities to develop their own ethics policies.€ Universities, Ethics and Professions helps the reader to understand the impact on universities of an array of ethical demands in recruitment, teaching and research. It also explores the role of the university as a long term contributor to ethical reflection and debate, and shaper of ethical.
Robot Ethics and the Innovation Economy
|Author||: Jon-Arild Johannessen|
|Total Pages||: 132|
|Genre||: Business & Economics|
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This book provides an authoritative resource on the topic of intelligent robots, artificial intelligence and the ethical implications of these revolutionary innovations. It examines the moral and ethical problems that arise in relation to the development, design and use of intelligent robots, which are capable of autonomous or semi-autonomous decision-making. These problems might relate, for example, to medical robots, driverless cars, intelligent military drones, pedagogical robots, police robots, legal robots and many others. The main question addressed in this book is how we can understand, explain and apply the concept of ethics in relation to intelligent robots and artificial intelligence. In each chapter, the author examines a different aspect of this question. The author also questions how we can ensure that intelligent robots are of service to humans and under what conditions intelligent robots could become more ethical than humans. The book employs an original approach to examining this cutting-edge research question, combining different research areas, and offers a wealth of practical relevance and real-world examples, illustrated through vivid case studies. With its jargon free approach and a dedicated chapter on relevant concepts at the end, this book is also accessible to readers without prior knowledge on intelligent robots and the Fourth Industrial Revolution. By providing a general account of this debate, and of the consequences of the innovations resulting from these trends, the book serves as an important contribution to the discussion and will find a natural readership among scholars and students of the innovation economy and those concerned with the ethical considerations arising in the wake of the Fourth Industrial Revolution