By Madhumita Chatterji, László Zsolnai

This unique contribution to enterprise ethics brings jointly chapters by way of prime ecu and Indian students and practitioners. Addressing problems with human values, ethics, spirituality and management in company the authors objective to create a discussion and interchange among Indian and eu cultural traditions. subject matters contain religious orientations to enterprise in Hindu, Buddhist and Christian traditions; the impression of spirituality upon modern management theories; sustainable company types in India and Europe and a comparability among Indian and eu philosophies of management. In exploring what India and Europe can supply to each other within the improvement of moral company management, Ethical management aims to illustrate how you can in attaining sustainability, peace and well-being.

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