Lecture 16 - Governments Exert Power Over Businesses...

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Governments Exert Power Over Businesses Governments say to business, we are going to curb your decision making by enacting regulations that are designed to serve society’s and not just your interest
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Governments Exert Power Over Businesses We replace the invisible hand of the market in certain areas with the visible hand of government But we just established last class that this is no panacea. For the government itself can fail in its mission… we discussed non-market failures
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Interest Groups Exert Power Over Businesses What if non-governmental groups of people with a common interest (community members, workers, consumers) band together to influence business behavior?
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Interest Groups Exert Power Over Businesses Walmart Video
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Interest Groups Exert Power Over Businesses Why not just rely on these groups to pop up to shape business behavior?
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Businesses The notion is that companies also will anticipate a reaction from some group in
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course BCOR 3010 taught by Professor None during the Spring '07 term at Colorado.

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Lecture 16 - Governments Exert Power Over Businesses...

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