The Honorable Merchant – Between Modesty and Risk-Taking
Christoph Lütge (Hrsg.), Christoph Strosetzki (Hrsg.)
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Geisteswissenschaften, Kunst, Musik / Allgemeines, Lexika
This volume explores the concept of the honest merchant, taking a broad perspective and covering a wide range of aspects. It looks at the different types of “honest merchant” conceptions originating from different cultures and literary traditions. The book covers Japanese, Islamic, Scandinavian, Russian, German, Spanish, as well as other aspects, and studies different disciplinary backgrounds of the honest merchant, such as philosophical, economic, neuroethical, sociological and literary ones.The concept of the honest merchant has a long tradition in business ethics. In the Hanseatic League and in medieval Italy, the ideal of the honest businessman was taught since the late Middle Ages. It originated during a time when travelling merchants were often regarded with a sceptical eye. The honest merchants of their time however held clear principles in their business and took responsibility for their community. In later times, the religious notions of the concept lost their pivotal place to reason and morality. This book goes beyond the tradition of discussing business ethics in association with concepts from the Hanseatic League and medieval Italy, and puts the central concept of business ethics in a much greater perspective.
Ethos of the Honest Businessman, Dignity of the Merchant, Virtues and Corporate Social Responsibility, Honesty in Medical Professions, Moralistic Merchant, Regulation for Sustainability, Development of Homo Oeconomicus, From Fraudster to Honest Businessman, Honest Businessman, Building Public Trust, Honesty and Economic Action, Legend of the Excellent Businessman