Business Ethics Articles Treasure
The Free Enterprise Foundation is proud to offer a continuing series of Business Ethics Articles on our site. Most of these articles have been written by our president and founder, Robert E. Freer, Jr over a period during the last four or five years. The majority of them appeared in the Charleston Mercury since October 2002.
He starts many of his articles with the phrase ”As I look out my window…”. A window is an interesting concept especially considering the subjects of these articles. A window can mean different things depending on its use. It can be an opening that you use to see out or look in. This opening can be an open space, covered with clear glass, tinted, open or shut, or covered. It can also be a period of time, as a window of opportunity. A window can also be a frame work to achieve something.
Business Ethics Articles Organized by Date
As we put these articles on The Free Enterprise Foundation website, we had to decide how to organize them. The options were many – by subject, alphabetically, by category, etc. Since these articles represent the current thinking at the time they were written we decided organizing them by the date of publication made the most sense.
That allows you to read these business ethics articles from earliest to latest to see how the thought processes have evolved through time. Start today and read backward to understand the history of these various subjects. Or randomly read the articles as the different subjects interest you.
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Look into Robert Freer’s window to get his take on what he sees when looking out his window today by clicking to the following pages:
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