CHAPTER 10

Teaching Ethics in the International Business Discipline

Tabani Ndlovu

Nottingham Business School

Introduction

Advances in telecommunications, transport, and technology have reduced constraints on international travel, increasing intercultural interactions and making the world a seemingly smaller place. This increased interaction has enhanced the importance of international business education, as many employers seek graduates with an appreciation for a globalized economy.1 Globalization has brought with it, a new set of challenges however, especially for educators who have to equip business graduates with the requisite skills to function in an increasingly complex and dynamic multinational area.2

One aspect of international business ...

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