Society increasingly demands ethical and social responsibilty. This course provides an ethical dimension to the conduct of contemporary commerce in Australia. Although ethic exist independently of the law, legislative and common law developments are increasingly imposing higher standards of commercial morality. This course examines the conceptual basis of ethical behaviour, and the increasing attempts by the law to prescribe ethical behaviour, through a series of case studies drawn from disciplines within the Faculty's jurisdiction.
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