本文主要讲什么是道德消费主义，根据Auger et al. (2003)， Bray et al.(2011)和Papaoikonomou et al.(2012)，道德消费主义可以定义为有意购买的商品或服务，这些商品或服务的制造/制造对动物、周围环境和人类的伤害可以忽略不计。本文将生动地讨论道德消费主义对企业、政府和整个社会的影响。这篇文章将批判性地分析为什么人们(消费者)和企业不喜欢完全合乎道德。在这篇文章中，它将展示道德消费主义如何可能塑造企业的未来。本篇商业文章代写文章由美国论文人EducationRen教育网整理，供大家参考阅读。
According to Auger et al. (2003), Bray et al. (2011) and Papaoikonomou et al. (2012), ethical consumerism can be defined as the intended purchase of goods or services that are manufactured /made with negligible harm to animals, surrounding environment and human beings. The present essay will vividly discuss the effect of ethical consumerism on businesses, government and society at large. The essay will critically analyse why people (consumers) and businesses do not prefer to be totally ethical. In the present essay, it will be shown how ethical consumerism might shape the future of businesses.
Thus, they have less trust and finally improper distribution of such goods is another reason behind non-purchase of ethical goods by consumers. Therefore, it can be stated here that ethical consumerism though a new tool in the hand of the companies to market their products is not fully accepted and successful as price of the products are high; it forces consumers to avail general products rather than availing ethical products (BIS, 2014).
Today as consumers are becoming more and more aware and alert about their personal and family health, are switching to ethical product. It is believed that customers today are looking into a company’s CSR activities before they buy a product. Companies today are forced to use several ethical standards and certifications before they launch a product in the market. In almost all of the developed nations, certain ethical standards of doing business are mandatory. However, for developing nations still, there are scopes of selling products that are unethical or not being produced keeping all the ethical norms checked. Ethical consumerism though considered as a hot topic in businesses, will never become fully successful until and unless the price of these products go down. Consumers who are price sensitive in most of the cases will prefer to buy good which are low prices and may not be produced ethically.