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NOLEGEIN Journal of Business Ethics , Ethos & CSRw

ISSN: 2581-5601

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Focus and Scope

About the Journal

NOLEGEIN Journal of Business Ethics, Ethos & CSRw [2581-6810(e)] is a peer-reviewed hybrid open-access journal launched in 2018 that provides a platform to discuss new issues in the area of Business ethics and the global economy. The journal also seeks to advance the quality of research by publishing papers introducing or elaborating on Accounting Ethics and Goods & Service Tax. 

Focus and Scope

  • Accounting Ethics:  Financial information, Earnings management, Financial Accounting Standards Board, Business ethics, Accounting services, Accounting laws, Relate accounting education to moral issues, Recognize issues in accounting that have ethical implications, Develop “a sense of moral obligation” or responsibility, Develop the abilities needed to deal with ethical conflicts or dilemmas, Learn to deal with the uncertainties of the accounting profession.

  • Goods and Service Tax: Indirect tax, Consumption tax, Taxes subsumed, Services tax, Additional customs duty, Surcharges, State-level value-added tax, HSN code, Rate, and Octroi.

  • Behavioral ethics (e.g., moral identity, decision making, etc.): Economic Growth, Relativist ethics, Bystander intervention, Behavioral law and economics, Behavioral psychology, Ethical dilemma, Ethical Decision Making, Corruption, Moral Judgments, and Integrity.

  • Business ethics and the global economy: Business policies, Corporate governance, Corporate social responsibility, Fiduciary responsibilities, Accountability, Transparency, Compassion, Code of conduct, powers of globalization and Growing integration of international market. 

  • Employment Ethics: Productivity, Moral principles, Professional Relationships, Accountable, Uphold Trust, Positive employee behavior, Management guides, Accept Feedback, Measurable Goals, and Professionalism.

  • Health care ethics: Medical care, Autonomy, Beneficence, non-maleficence, Fidelity, Bioethics, Positive outcome, Omission, Euthanasia, and Distributive Justice.

  • Management ethics: Moral management, Effective Organizations, Profit maximization, Stakeholders’ interests, Pressure to conform, Legal standards, Practice participation, Utilitarian approach, Social justice approach, and Moral rights approach.

  • Marketing & sales ethics: Customer Services, Adopting the Serve Model, Perfect Fit Client, Discovery, Transition, fostering trust, and credibility, Accountable, Addressing problems, and Marketing communication.

  • Virtue theory: Normative ethics, Consequentialism, Deontology, Morally good disposition to think, Eudaimonism, Wisdom, Fairness, Prudence, Temperance, and Civility.

  • Corporate behavior:  Decreased labor turnover, Strong brand image creation, Serve social & economic goals, Legal rules, Ethical codes of conduct, Social responsibility principles, PESTLE influencing factors, Impact on Economy.

  • Corporate benefit: Flexible hours, Meal vouchers, Summer picnics, Days dedicated to wellness, Learning courses, Family support, Corporate welfare, Reputational benefit, and Fringe benefits.

  • Corporate governance: Controls company, Boards of directors, Shareholders, Company’s strategic aims, System of rules, practices & processes, Set of rules, Investor relations, Long-term Financial viability, Raising of capital, and Plan for resilience.

  • Corporate Social Entrepreneurship: Enabling business, Entrepreneurship, Corporate Entrepreneurship, Social entrepreneurship, Rejuvenating or redefining organizations, Building on the foregoing concepts, Organizational transformation, Amplifying corporate purpose, Generating double value, and Building strategic alliances.

  • Corporate sustainability: Long-term stakeholder value, Business strategy, Natural capital, Transparency, Stakeholder engagement, Thinking ahead, Increasing the number of women board members, Protecting the environment, Environmental Pillar, Economic Pillar, and Mitigating risks.