Handbook of Research on Islamic Business Ethics will be published by Edward Elgar, UK. The Handbook aims to provide relevant theoretical background and to present the most recent results of empirical research on business ethics in Islam. That is, the Handbook aims to capture the state of the research and suggest a direction for future studies. The collection of chapters in the Handbook includes original conceptual and empirical contributions. These chapters should enrich the field of business ethics while enabling researchers and practitioners to understand the nature and scope of Islamic business ethics.<>Conceptual and empirical contributions are sought. Topics include, but are not limited to, the following: Ethical Foundations in Islam, Theology and Market Exchange, Market and Corporate Social Responsibility, Market Competition and Public Policy, Work Centrality and Islamic Ethics, Social and Economic Justice, Employment and Organizational Relations, Morality of Personal Responsibility, and Globalization and Human Dignity. >
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