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25 Unrestricted Ethics PLR Articles Pack
In this PLR Content Pack You’ll get 25 Unrestricted Ethics PLR Articles Pack with Private Label Rights to help you dominate the Ethics market which is a highly profitable and in-demand niche.
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25 Unrestricted Ethics PLR Articles Pack
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Here are the titles of the 25 Unrestricted Ethics Articles:
- Anarchy as an Organizing Principle
- Approaches to Care in Physician Assisted Suicide
- Are Employers Less Likely to Hire Muslims
- BackGround Checks and Balances
- Corporate Crime
- Ethical and Religious Considerations in Physician Assisted Suicide
- Ethically Sourced Flowers
- Ethics & Leadership in Business Development
- FBI Raids – Pertinent or Paranoid
- Giveaways by Web Site Draw in Consumers
- Has Honesty Become a Thing of the Past
- Honesty in Business
- Narcissism in the Boardroom
- Professional Ethics
- Profit Shouldn t Be a Dirty Word in Material Handling
- Sexual Harassment Training
- Slush Funds
- Start earning and get paid
- The Business of Torture
- The Great Importance of Doing Business with Ethics
- The Morality of Child Labor
- The Quickest Way to Get is to Give
- The Way In Which Some People Abuse The Benefit Of Sick Pay
- Titanic Precautions
- Trying to define criminal law
- What Investigative Reporting Entails
- Your lenders are spying on your clients
Here’s a Sample Article So That You Know What To Expect From These PLR Article Pack:
Anarchy as an Organizing Principle
The recent spate of accounting fraud scandals signals the end of an era. Disillusionment and disenchantment with American capitalism may yet lead to a tectonic ideological shift from laissez faire and self regulation to state intervention and regulation. This would be the reversal of a trend dating back to Thatcher in Britain and Reagan in the USA. It would also cast some fundamental – and way more ancient – tenets of free-marketry in grave doubt.
Markets are perceived as self-organizing, self-assembling, exchanges of information, goods, and services. Adam Smith’s “invisible hand” is the sum of all the mechanisms whose interaction gives rise to the optimal allocation of economic resources. The market’s great advantages over central planning are precisely its randomness and its lack of self-awareness.
Market participants go about their egoistic business, trying to maximize their utility, oblivious of the interests and action of all, bar those they interact with directly. Somehow, out of the chaos and clamor, a structure emerges of order and efficiency unmatched. Man is incapable of intentionally producing better outcomes. Thus, any intervention and interference are deemed to be detrimental to the proper functioning of the economy.
It is a minor step from this idealized worldview back to the Physiocrats, who preceded Adam Smith, and who propounded the doctrine of “laissez faire, laissez passer” – the hands-off battle cry. Theirs was a natural religion. The market, as an agglomeration of individuals, they thundered, was surely entitled to enjoy the rights and freedoms accorded to each and every person. John Stuart Mill weighed against the state’s involvement in the economy in his influential and exquisitely-timed “Principles of Political Economy”, published in 1848.
Undaunted by mounting evidence of market failures – for instance to provide affordable and plentiful public goods – this flawed theory returned with a vengeance in the last two decades of the past century. Privatization, deregulation, and self-regulation became faddish buzzwords and part of a global consensus propagated by both commercial banks and multilateral lenders.
As applied to the professions – to accountants, stock brokers, lawyers, bankers, insurers, and so on – self-regulation was premised on the belief in long-term self-preservation. Rational economic players and moral agents are supposed to maximize their utility in the long-run by observing the rules and regulations of a level playing field.
This noble propensity seemed, alas, to have been tampered by avarice and narcissism and by the immature inability to postpone gratification. Self-regulation failed so spectacularly to conquer human nature that its demise gave rise to the most intrusive statal stratagems ever devised. In both the UK and the USA, the government is much more heavily and pervasively involved in the minutia of accountancy, stock dealing, and banking than it was only two years ago.
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