Business and its environment / David P. Baron.
By: Baron, David P.Material type: TextPublisher: Boston : Pearson, 2013Edition: 7th ed.Description: xxxiii, 747 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.ISBN: 9780132620550; 0132620553.Subject(s): Social responsibility of business | Industrial policy | Commercial law | Business ethicsDDC classification: 658.4 Online resources: WorldCat details | Ebook Fulltext
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PART I: STRATEGY AND THE NONMARKET ENVIRONMENT Chapter 1: Market and Nonmarket EnvironmentsChapter 2: Integrated Strategy Chapter 3: The News Media and Nonmarket IssuesChapter 4: Private Politics Chapter 5: Crisis Management PART II PUBLIC POLITICS AND NONMARKET STRATEGYChapter 6: Nonmarket Analysis for BusinessChapter 7: Nonmarket Strategies for Government ArenasChapter 8: Implementing Nonmarket Strategies in Government Arenas PART III: GOVERNMENT AND MARKETS Chapter 9: Antitrust: Economics, Law, and Politics Chapter 10: Regulation: Law, Economics, and Politics Chapter 11: Financial Markets and Their RegulationChapter 12: Environmental Management and SustainabilityChapter 13: The Investor's Perspective: Renewable EnergyChapter 14: Law and MarketsPART IV GLOBAL NONMARKET STRATEGYChapter 15: The Political Economy of the European UnionChapter 16: China: History, Culture, and Political EconomyChapter 17: Emerging Markets Chapter 18: The Political Economy of IndiaChapter 19: The Political Economy of International Trade PolicyPART V: ETHICS AND CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY Chapter 20: Corporate Social Responsibility Chapter 21: Ethics Systems: Utilitarianism Chapter 22: Ethics Systems: Rights and Justice Chapter 23: Behavioral Ethics, Individuals, and ManagementChapter 24: Ethics Issues in International Business Table of contents
Businesses compete in many ways, including nonmarket areas like corporate responsibility. Learn how to sharpen your firm's competitive edge. Baron's integrated approach combines the disciplines of economics, political science, law, and ethics to provide a deeper understanding of the managerial issues that arise in the business landscape. The seventh edition includes four new chapters on financial markets and their regulation, the investor's perspective and renewable power, the political economy of India, and behavioral ethics. The book also includes 26 new cases on timely topics.