The focus on Pakistan and inclusion of Islamic ethical concepts makes this work very relevant to Pakistani business students who generally resort to Western texts for understanding the subject of ethics in a corporate society. Very often the books, such as Post et al's (2002) Business and Society, present only a Western, predominantly an American, point of view of the ethical side of business issues. Even books that make an effort to give a more international coverage of the topic, such as, Velasquez's (2006) Business Ethics, largely ignore the Muslim perspective and Islamic view. This deeply felt shortcoming has been considerably remedied in the book under review. The questions, issues and problems identified at the end of each chapter contribute a great deal to the understanding of the problems.
Corporate society, Business ethics, Islamic view
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Khan, S. (2007). Book Review of: Ansari, J. A. and Arshad, S.Z, Business Ethics on Pakistan. Business Review, 2(2), 162-164. Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.54784/1990-6587.1396
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