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Ethics in Business: Faith at Work

Ethics in Business: Faith at Work

Noted ethicist James Childs shows how businesspeople can bring their religious convictions to bear on business life and economics without being overbearing, provincial, or dogmatic. Tackling such nettling topics as competition, regulation, environment, risk, truth-telling, whistle- blowing, leadership, discrimination, affirmative action, and conflict resolution, Childs is neither preachy nor simplistic. This is the book that will at last help businesspeople to push "beyond conventional morality" and infuse character into corporate culture.
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  • Publisher Fortress Press
  • ISBN 9780800629083
  • Age/Grade Range Adult
  • Format Paperback
  • Dimensions 5.5 x 8.5
  • Pages 176
  • Publication Date September 14, 1995

Endorsements

"I welcome James Childs's book,Ethics in Business. He and I agree that ethics is the primary foundation for success in every career, that success comes from giving, not getting, and that every useful work is a ministry. I hope his work stimulates much reflection and discussion."
— Sir John M Templeton

"...creates a bridge between a Christian ethic of love and hope and a secular ethic of business."
— David Smith
Council for Ethics in Economics

"By reviewing core concepts of Christian theology and relocating them within familiar business contexts, James Childs provides many robust connections between faith and work. This book will be welcome to the many businesspeople seeking a greater religious relevance in their business lives."
— Dr. Laura L. Nash
author of Good Intentions Aside and Believers in Business
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