Arashir Rafik Issa Beekun Publisher: Please create a new list with a buiness name; move some items to a new or existing list; or delete some items. However, formatting rules can vary widely ilsamic applications and fields of interest or study. Harwood — — Business Ethics: Such an individual is likely to believe that external forces cause him to behave either ethically or unethically. The Islamic Ethical System The Islamic ethical system differs from secular ethical systems and from the moral code advocated by other religions. Etyics have an account? English View all editions and formats.
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Ask a question Back of the Book This book addresses Muslim Business community members who have to deal with ethical situations on a day-to-day basis. It gives key principles of management from an Islamic point of view. Its goal is to help Muslims engaged in business to act in accordance with the Islamic system of ethics.
About the Author Rafik I. Beekun B. Economics, M. Columbia University New York M. A Management University of Texas and Ph. Business administration University of Texas is currently an associate professor of management and strategy.
He is also serving as the chairman of the Department of managerial sciences at the University of Nevada. He ahs taught at temple university and the University of Texas. He has been president of several chapters of the Muslim students association of the USA and Canada has served as both the east coast zone and west coast zone representative of the Islamic society of north America has served as a member of board of advisors of the North American Islamic trust and is a member of the association of Muslim Social Scientist of the USA and Canada.
His academic research has been published in the journal of applied psychology human relations international journal of organizational Analysis journal of management and others. He has published several books in the field and has conducted management training sessions for Islamic workers in the USA Canada India, England, Mauritius and Trinidad. Preface This is the first edition of Islamic Business Ethics.
This book is directed at Muslim Businessmen or business employees who have to deal with ethical situations on a day-to-day basis. I have attempted to present key principles of management form an Islamic point of view. I pray to Allah that it serves the purpose for which it was written that of helping Muslims engaged in business to act in accordance to the Islamic system of ethics.
I assume complete responsibility for all views expressed in the book. I apologize for any mistake that may have gone unnoticed. I would like to acknowledge the contributions of Dr. Iqbal Unus and Nadiah Beekun for their comments on the manuscript. Finally I thank Drs. Ahmad sakr and Gamal Badawi for their encouragement and guidance in multiple avenues including writing this book.
Islamic Business Ethics