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Wells, Peter Erskine (2006)
Publisher: Cardiff Centre for Ethics, Law & Society
Languages: English
Types: Book
Subjects: BJ, HE
Companies are social institutions, existing within dynamic situations in which \ud cultural attitudes, norms, and expectations shift over time. That which used to \ud be acceptable as a business practice might become unacceptable, or \ud activities previously frowned upon may become legitimate. Importantly, this is \ud not simply a matter reducible to the law per se, though changes in the legal \ud framework are often a feature of such transitions.
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