Mill’s utilitarianism and deontological ethics will be presented as ethical theories that govern most business philosophies.
Corruption should be presented as a justified ethical principle as it is unavoidable. In the sense that, business owners should bribe officials in order to run their business. If there is no good law implementation and if the government officials make impartiality and corruption a norm any business firm should involve in the order letting survive its business. For this view, we need a sound philosophical argument that suggests if there is impartiality and poor law implementation, corruption is an option.
The format of the paper will be APA. It will have abstract, if possible, I appreciate a better-suggested title that can replace the given title.
Outline, five or six chapters, references. The flow will be giving a general introduction about business ethics in relation to corruption, showing the challenges in Ethiopia bring some ethical philosophical views and show their relevance to the existing situation in Ethiopia.
We should include ethical and philosophical terms repeatedly to show emphasis on philosophical moral and ethical principles as for the paper is a philosophy paper.
I need the argument to show the existing challenges of doing business in Ethiopia. Businesspeople shouldn’t label unethical or corrupt for their engagement in corruption for favoritism is the existing political and administrative system enforce them to do so.
Like a case, we can include the shortage of foreign currency forced the importers to use under-invoicing, that by default make them exposed to give bribe for customs officials and that continues to sell their goods without invoice and reduce taxes.
Ethical theories that should justify corruption in such cases should be given. Every stakeholder is either directly or indirectly involved in the violation of so-called business ethics and finds himself in corruption. This should be stated.
As for the paper is a philosophy paper; it should not a report of what various scholars have had to say on the topic of corruption. It does not present the latest findings of tests or experiments. And it does not present your personal feelings or impressions. Instead, it is a reasoned defense of a thesis. What does that mean? Above all, it means that there must be a specific point that you are trying to establish – something that you are trying to convince the reader to accept – together with grounds or justification for its acceptance.