A Common Ethical Foundation for Gobalization: Metaethics, Normative Ethics and Applied Ethics

By Noah Hart, Jr..

Published by The Social Sciences Collection

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Technology and global commerce occur today at a pace unparalleled in human history. Moreover, cultures, nations and geographic regions heretofore outside the mainstream of global business, today command center-stage. In the midst of contemporary and rapid-paced global commerce are manifold beliefs, values, norms, sanctions, laws and symbols. What is the common ethical foundation which facilitates global business in such a complex and varied context? This paper will examine the aforementioned question and the cultural elements which are common in the human community which facilitate global business and make today’s global economic success possible.

Keywords: Ethics, Diversity, Social Responsibility

International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Volume 3, Issue 11, pp.49-54. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 561.116KB).

Dr. Noah Hart, Jr.

Assistant Dean, School of Business Administration, Monmouth University, West Long Branch, New Jersey, USA

Is an adjunct professor of Ethics, Diversity and Social Responsibility. He also teaches Introduction to Sociology and Social Problems. Administratively his responsibilities include undergraduate student services, publications, experiential education, academic standing and student review, registration and advising.


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