Can multinationals be considered moral persons? Or: Does business ethics make any sense?

P.G. Cobben

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    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationFair Distribution
    Subtitle of host publicationGlobal economic, social and intergenerational justice
    EditorsJ.-C. Merle, P. Cobben, U. Marti
    Place of PublicationBerlin
    PublisherSpringer
    Pages681-688
    Number of pages8
    ISBN (Print)9789400759978
    Publication statusPublished - 2013

    Publication series

    NameSpheres of global justice
    Number2

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    Cobben, P. G. (2013). Can multinationals be considered moral persons? Or: Does business ethics make any sense? In J-C. Merle, P. Cobben, & U. Marti (Eds.), Fair Distribution: Global economic, social and intergenerational justice (pp. 681-688). (Spheres of global justice; No. 2). Berlin: Springer.
    Cobben, P.G. / Can multinationals be considered moral persons? Or : Does business ethics make any sense?. Fair Distribution: Global economic, social and intergenerational justice. editor / J.-C. Merle ; P. Cobben ; U. Marti. Berlin : Springer, 2013. pp. 681-688 (Spheres of global justice; 2).
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    Cobben, PG 2013, Can multinationals be considered moral persons? Or: Does business ethics make any sense? in J-C Merle, P Cobben & U Marti (eds), Fair Distribution: Global economic, social and intergenerational justice. Spheres of global justice, no. 2, Springer, Berlin, pp. 681-688.

    Can multinationals be considered moral persons? Or : Does business ethics make any sense? / Cobben, P.G.

    Fair Distribution: Global economic, social and intergenerational justice. ed. / J.-C. Merle; P. Cobben; U. Marti. Berlin : Springer, 2013. p. 681-688 (Spheres of global justice; No. 2).

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