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DSST Business Ethics And Society

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1. The purpose of the International Monetary Fund?

2. What did the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act NOT do?

3. What is NOT a responsibility that should be considreed by businesses?

4. What is NOT illegal?

5. What is NOT a reason clinton's attempt at healthcare reform in the early 1990s failed?

6. What is a way in which government interventions in the economy can be beneficial to consumers?

7. A conflict of interest?

8. What statement is NOT true?

9. Which act makes it illegal for US citizens to participate in bribes?

10. What is NOT a form of marketing fraud?

11. Karen Silkwood is associated with?

12. Corporate governance?

13. Business with a mindset of the customer is always right often find themselves subject to more of which type of fraud?

14. The EEOC investiges violations of the?

15. In what situation would an NDA NOT be used?

16. What group would not be considered a stakeholder?

17. What types of contributions to a political campaign have donations limits imposed by law?

18. The Alien Tort Claims Act?

19. What act conflicts with the Privacy Act of 1974?

20. Utilitarianism is a type of?

21. The CEO of a co works to raise stock prices because they will get a bonus if the stock prices increases by a certain %. Which of Kohlberg's stages are they in?

22. What is NOT an example of how corporate espionage can occur?

23. If a person were to sue a co. for not fulfilling a contractual obligation it would be?

24. An employee of a donut shop does not steal donuts because they are afraid they would get fired if they did. Which of Kohlbergs stages are they in?

25. Command & control regulations?

26. What is more typical of a values oriented ethical program that a compliance oriented ethics program?

27. What is NOT a legal way for employers to monitor employees?

28. What statement is TRUE?

29. What is NOT a rule for creating maxims under Kantian ethics?

30. What statement about Corporate Social Responsibility is FALSE?

31. Why did Supreme Court rule in favor of Walmart in the case of Dukes vs Walmart?

32. If a person owns a cupcake business & works in a cupcake factory - what type of conflict of interest is it considered?

33. What is NOT concern relative to outsourcing?

34. What is the stakeholder model of corporate governance?

35. What is best ex. of point secure pollution?

36. The FTC was created to monitor which type of regulation?

37. Ethical & philanthropic responsibilities are important in building?

38. What does NOT focus on increasing the ethical awareness of employees & strengthening the ethical culture of a workplace?

39. Oversight refers to?

40. What would NOT be illegal under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act?

41. What theiry claims that person should only act in their own best interst?

42. Fast food places do not pay their workers less than minimum wage because it is against the law. Which of Kohlbergs stages does this describe?

43. According to teleological ethics an action's morality is determined based on its consequences?

44. What moral theory is NOT consequentialist?

45. What is NOT regulated by the FDA?

46. What is NOT a regulation for insiders trading stock?

47. An employer who posted a list of weekly resonsibilities for employees to fulfill would best be described by which leadership style?

48. A manager implements new safety procedures because they feel obligated to protect the safety of their employees. Which of Kolhbergs stages does this describe?

49. What is true about spam?

50. What aid employers in keeping information private?