Behaviorial Business Ethics: Business and the Common Good

Laszlo Zsolnai was lecturing on Behaviorial Business Ethics at the Constance Academy of Business Ethics in October 7-8, 2010 in Konstanz, Germany. In his lecture he argued that if economic agents become self-concerned then it is likely that – by employing moral disengagement mechanisms – their self-exonerative maneuvers will do harm to others. Serving the common good economic agents should care about and pursue both self and community interests.

Behaviorial Business Ethics- Business and the Common Good