Entrepreneur Ethical Dilemmas: A Case Study

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Volkmann and Berg (2012) stated that ethical opportunity costs will be affect when any option or selecting and focus on tension or stress in making the decision process. According to Banurnol (1990), entrepreneurship in society can have some of the functional influence. The types of the entrepreneurial behavior will be discerning between the productive, unproductive and destructive. For purpose of improving the development and welfare, contribute to society by entrepreneurial action through innovative activities. Entrepreneurship of ethical dilemma may either be consistent with principles of general social or deviate from the social which have moral conflictive or indifferent phenomenon. In addition, entrepreneur may bring additional moral and unmoral external influence in the course of entrepreneurial movement or be a by-product that grows senselessly or automatically when an entrepreneur is not a moral or unmoral deputy. A person make a choice when the person is force by firm entrepreneur which is facing with a situation. The person consider the result might be conflict which depending on the social environment, may be due to the prevailing on the moral standard or the commit not fulfil to lead…show more content…
Sociological ethical dilemma is inevitable for social workers as they will encounter it in their field of work. Both positive and negative effects can be brought upon social workers by ethical dilemmas, at a number of levels, and in a range of ways. Donna McAuliffe’s paper outlines study findings of ethical dilemmas experiences that Australian social workers experienced, the short term and long term effects or impacts from these experiences were also discussed. “Recommendations are made for improved education and training for social workers in ethical decision-making, and the importance of professional support and supervision.” (Donna Mcauliffe,

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