Shari Collins-Chobanianexplores business ethics in this provocative new anthology which explains that within traditional topics and themes in business ethics, there is considerable literature which challenges the economic status quo and which is vital to students' understanding and ability to make informed decisions in business. The textual commentary and the over 55 readings--including both classic and commonly used readings together with new readingsnever before published in a business ethics anthology--expose business practices and the economic assumptions behind them, bringing contemporary challenges and the world's population's concerns into the classroom. Features Critical selection of topics--Replaces the usual pro/con approach and challenges development, capitalism, market appropriation, human rights violations, and consumption. Topical coverage--i.e., transgenic biotechnology; resistance to development; environmental ethics; and alternative economies. Interdisciplinary readings--Includes both classic and contemporary selections with which faculty are familiar, with the majority drawn from ethics and applied ethics.Collins-Chobanian, Shari is the author of 'Ethical Challenges to Business As Usual', published 2004 under ISBN 9780130487636 and ISBN 0130487635.