Business ethics is becoming an increasingly popular subject, especially with respect to the interlinkages between spirituality and value orientation in business environments. Nested in complex and in some cases unclear dynamics, the issue of spirituality in business has received more attention recently with the publication of the latest book by Gábor Kovács, which offers a fresh interdisciplinary approach in addressing such issues while uncovering their diverse effects and implications for business.

Read my review on the book, written together Giovanna Bertella (School of Business and Economics, UiT – The Arctic University of Norway), “The Value Orientations of Buddhist and Christian Entrepreneurs: A Comparative Perspective on Spirituality and Business Ethics”.

The review is published at the Journal of Management, Spirituality & Religion and is available here.

Lamprinakis, L., and Bertella, G. (2021, February 1). Review of the book The Value Orientations of Buddhist and Christian Entrepreneurs: A Comparative Perspective on Spirituality and Business Ethics, by Gábor Kovács. Journal of Management, Spirituality & Religion, 18(1): 71-73.

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