Chapter 10: Relatively free markets, the morality of profit and integrated thinking: learning in a real world context
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This chapter gives an insight into an attempt to bring integrated thinking and positive business ethics into prominence but in the context of systems of relatively free markets where profit is still a crucial driver of business behaviour and indeed sometimes misbehaviour. The innovation takes place in a final year undergraduate integrated case study module for accountants.

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