This is an engaged and extremely well-informed book on business and business ethics in a society with political and socio-economic crisis. As an engaging and engaged effort to bring a nexus between business ethics and business in any human society, the book invites us all to pressing debates on business ethics as it relates to business in times of crisis. Never losing sight of economics principles of profiteering and the social role of business in society, the book provides the much needed interdisciplinary approach and marshals an extraordinary array of social and intellectual resources that positively inspire business people in their business making. As such, this book is different from usual economics, business and business ethics textbooks in that it wholesomely articulates and systematizes political and socio-economic issues that are of interest to almost all concerned members of the society. The book thus aptly shows how business related issues make contact with individuals, groups/societal expectations, beliefs and practices as well as the challenges these issues raise for contemporary scholars in the fields of philosophy, economics, anthropology and business studies.