Materials and References
1)Beauchamp, T.L., and Bowie, N.E., 1988, Ethical Theory and Business,3rd Ed., Prentice Hall, New Jersey2)Beekun, Rafik Issa, 1996, Islamic Business Ethics, International Instituteof Islamic Thought3)Hartman, L.P., 2002, Perspectives in Business Ethics, 2nd Edition,McGraw Hill, New York4)Patrick, J.A., and Quinn, J.F., 1997, Management Ethics: Integrity at Work,SAGE Publication, London
1)Personnel Review2)Journal of Managerial Psychology3)International Journal of Social Economics4)Academic of Management Review
One formal individual assignment will be given during the semester
(the length isbetween 1000-1500 words)
. This assignment includes an individual presentationduring class time. The students are free to choose any topic that is relevant to themajor topics in the semester program outline.
There will be one mid semester and one end of semester exam. Both exams willbe open book. Both exams will require you to answer four short answer questions(4-6 paragraphs each) from a range of questions. The exams are 80 minutes induration.
Small group discussions will be conducted at each meeting. Discussions willinclude real cases where ethical dilemmas are presented. Students must analyzeeach case using three different ethical perspectives. Students must choose their ethical position and explain their reasons for choosing one ethical perspective asopposed to another.