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Ethics and Diversity in Business Management Education
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This book regards management education from a sociological and ethical perspective and merges business education with topics of social sciences. One of the main issues is the possible responsibility of management education in the current unfair distribution of wealth on a global level. The author collected data from interviews with students, graduates, business faculty members, the attendance of lectures, and the examination of course material on a global scale and presents diverse outcomes, differing according to the cultural and geographical background of the business schools. Furthermore, the book offers the viewpoints and perspectives of business ethics educators on current issues, such as growing student diversity, environmental challenges, and the lack of ethical practices. Lastly, the book suggests alternative discourses within management educational institutions and gives a range of recommendations on how to proceed in the future.