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Scirj Volume VII, Issue XI, November 2019 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796

Strong Law Enforcement To Uphold Business Ethics: Common Citizen’s Perspective

ADHY FIRDAUS

Abstract: Micro Scale Entrepreneurs (MSE) had been becoming a backbone of the national economy in many countries – including the Republic of Indonesia. It has a major role in creating jobs and reduce the unemployment rate for decades. Despite the religious and moral values of Indonesian which should have strong influences in ethical values in their day-to-day life, some Indonesian MSE’s seem does not care for the safety of its consumers. They, some times, broke the laws and business ethics. The goal of this qualitative phenomenological research is to determine what are the major reason for MSE’s to have such behavior that repeatedly had broken the Business Ethics. We made deep interviews and close observations to 10 (Ten) informants who have had the experience of breaking such laws and conducted unethical business by using dangerous chemical substances, such as textile color stuff, Borax, formalin, auburn textile, into their food products. These informants were chosen among many from 5 (five) different traditional flea market in 5(Five) different Sectors in the City of Bekasi, West Java Province of Indonesia. Our findings show weak law enforcements that gave the opportunity to the MSE’s people to broke business ethics and ignoring the safety of their consumers repeatedly.

Reference this Paper: Strong Law Enforcement To Uphold Business Ethics: Common Citizen’s Perspective by ADHY FIRDAUS published at: "Scientific Research Journal (Scirj), Volume VII, Issue XI, November 2019 Edition, Page 38-49 ".

Search Terms: Micro Scale Entrepreneur ( MSE ), business ethics, safety, Law enforcement, dangerous chemical substance, traditional flea markets.

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