1.2205 Business Case: The Gains from Trade: Ghana and South Korea.
This small paper discusses the opportunities trade provides looking at Ghana and South Korea. 1.5 pgs. 0 f/c. 1b.
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Filename: 2205 Gains From Trade.doc
2.1564 An Ethical Analysis of "Pepsi's Burma Connection".
The case of PepsiCo's investment in Burma represents a particularly profitable subject for ethical case analysis given that the process which led to the resolution of the problem was not clear and orderly, but was rather one of fits and starts, with very human hesitations and compromises, before an final outcome was agreed upon. The moral issue facing PepsiCo was whether or not to divest its interests in Burma. PepsiCo had three alternative actions: to do nothing and retain its interests in Burma; to publicly sell its interests while covertly maintaining a financial interest in Burma; to completely sell its interests in Burma. PepsiCo attempted to take all three routes. 5 pgs. 0 f/c. 1b.
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Filename: 1564 Pepsi Burma.doc
3.1638 Philosophy: Business in a Global Economy - Bribery.
56 1638 Philosophy: Business in a Global Economy - Bribery.Is a company obligated to follow any ethical principles - those of its home country, those of the host country, an independent set of ethics - or should the only considerations be those of profit and market share? With this in mind, the purpose of this paper will be to determine the ethical responsibility for a company doing business in an international context with respect to the specific issue of bribery. 9.5 pgs. 17 f/c. 4b.
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Filename: 1638 Business Bribery.doc
4.1693 Ethical Cultural Management in the Multinational Corporation.
This paper will probe further into the issue of managing ethically within the multinational corporation. Special attention will be paid to the management of culture, and how the productive forces of diversity can be put to their highest value added uses in an ethical and responsible way. This is a very important and relevant topic of study, for, as we well know, the influence of the multinational corporation is constantly increasing. The 'merger mania' that has been so popular in the headlines as of late is expected to continue. 13.5 pgs. 23 f/c. 19b.
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Filename: 1693 Multinational Corporation.doc
5.1748 Ethics In Accounting.
This paper will regretfully show that while the word "account" certainly carries weight insofar as lending an impression of truth, accuracy, and objectivity, in our society today, the impression is increasingly found to be false. Highlighted and discussed will be the fields that seem to be particularly vulnerable to misleading or outright false financial reporting. 12 pgs. 10 f/c. 8b.
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Filename: 1748 Accounting Ethics.doc
6.1853 The Ethics of Telemarketing.
Telemarketing is a paradox: it is one of the world's fastest growing industries; yet, at the same time, no one seems to like it. One must ask the questions of whether it is the process of telemarketing itself that is the problem, or whether there is a problem at all; or if it the techniques that telemarketers use and the times at which they call that are unconscionable? These questions can only be answered by looking to the rights of the various stakeholders involved. Through this type of analysis, answers to the above question can gain substance. Further, it helps to conceptualize the even more difficult question of whether or not telemarketing is ethical? If it is, then it is a nuisance that we will have to live with. But if not, should the government intervene to ensure that certain standards are met, or should they abolish telemarketing outright? These issues and questions form the crux of this paper. 10 pgs. 9 f/c. 9b.
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Filename: 1853 Telemarketing Ethics.doc
7.1960 Doing Business and Doing Good.
This paper discusses how various authors look at doing business and doing good. Sir James Goldsmith, Senator Wirth, John Rawls and John Locke opinions are discussed. John Locke's Utilitarian theory is examined to determine Locke's view which was against intervening with business interests, since peoples' property must be protected for the sake of liberty. 7 pgs. 3 f/c. 2b.