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Title: Will the evolution of ICT ethics engage organizational transparency?
Authors: Costa, Gonçalo Jorge Morais da
Prior, Mary
Rogerson, Simon
Keywords: Corporate social responsibility
computer ethics
global ethics
organizational transparency
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: Softbound
Citation: Costa, Gonçalo, Prior, Mary e Rogerson, Simon (2008). Will the evolution of ICT ethics engage organizational transparency? In A. Vaccaro, H. Horta e P. Madsen (Eds.), Transparency, Information and Communication Technology- Social Responsibility and Accountability in Business and Education (pp. 31-50). Virginia, VA: Softbound.
Abstract: In a world business context characterized by the central role that ICT plays, the need to analyze its ethical and moral dilemmas is crucial. At the same time, the exponential growth of business ethics also demonstrates the need for organizational transparency, as demonstrated by some well-known financial scandals. Currently society perceives ethics as “value added”; however, managers tend to disregard the link between ICT ethics and business ethics. The aim of this paper is to relate the evolution of computer ethics and the phenomenon of organizational transparency. This research work makes an important contribution to an area where there is a lack of existing literature.
Peer Reviewed: yes
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