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1.      Blackwell Encyclopedic Dictionary of Business Ethics
(The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Management)
Werhane, P.H. & Freeman, E. (Eds.). (1998). Blackwell Encyclopedic Dictionary of Business Ethics (The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Management). Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.
Blackwell Encyclopedic Dictionary of Business Ethics is a thorough compilation on the key concepts, terms and ideologies of business ethics. It includes several experts from around the world clearly explaining the value and necessity of business ethics.
 
2.      Becoming a Top-Notch Player
Rothlin, S. (2004). Becoming a Top-Notch Player. Beijing Renmin University Press.
Becoming a Top-Notch Player demonstrates that Business is the impetus for change, and therefore Business Ethics should be regarded as equally important as management systems and styles. It illustrates that not only having good managerial skills, but abiding by and adhering to a code of international business ethics, is crucial to becoming a leader or top manager in business. Practicing and promoting a sound ethical code of conduct should be the ultimate goal of business people when making a decision, Establishing a strong set of business ethics is essential for improving ethical standards and necessary for the continued growth and development of the business itself.
 
3.      Legal Studies on Consumer Rights Protection in International Trade
More and more focus on consumer rights protection, particularly the consumer's health and safety issues in major trading countries would be helpful to get a full appreciation of China’s export trade, which provide useful inspiration to China’s legislature, executive departments and enterprises to develop laws, regulations, and business strategy. At the same time, through comparative analysis on relevant laws and regulations, rules and dispute settlement mechanism in developed countries of the relevant WTO agreements, shortcomings in China's legislation in the field could be found, thereby raising the strength of China’s consumer protection has to be the mainstream measure.
 
 
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2016-8-23 16:35:41    Prof. Liu Baocheng gave lectures to the Sino-Malaysia Business Culture Integration Trainin
2016-8-17 16:32:38    Prof. Wang Zhengping, president of the Chinese Association of Education Ethics, visited CI
2016-8-17 16:28:21    Prof. Liu Baocheng attended the 5th China Philanthropy Project Final Competition
2016-7-8 16:43:33    The Global Ethics Forum on Higher Education Ethics in Action was held in Geneva successful
 
 

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