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    2 Author(s):  RAKESH H M , DR. P NAGESH

Vol -  5, Issue- 4 ,         Page(s) : 38 - 46  (2014 ) DOI :


Ethics are our internal values that concern the external environment. It determines the responsibilities and ethical obligations of business professionals. Business ethics is generally coming to know what is right or wrong in workplace and doing what is right in relationship with the stakeholders.The corporate scandals involving companies like Satyam and others have made business ethics and corporate social responsibility a much complex area in business research. Many members of the general public are having the perceptions that businesses do not put too much emphasis on ethical considerations in their operations. So, this study have been conducted to know if there is any significant difference in attitude of males and females, the educational qualification impacting on the attitude of Indian public towards ethics in Indian business.

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