Lecture 38 - The Global Community The media recently...

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The Global Community The media recently reported that Nike paid daily wages of $1.67 to Vietnamese factory workers (which allowed them significant discretionary income) at the same time that it regularly charges $150 for a pair of Nike’s basketball sneakers.
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The Global Community The global community is a stakeholder group The impact of Multi-National Corporations Working conditions Human rights Environmental impacts Community development
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The Global Community What is the impact of globalization on what it means to be a good corporate citizen? Some statistics Is this good?
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The Global Community This increased flow of trade and capital, as well as dramatic improvements in information, communication and transportation technologies, has opened up all sorts of opportunities for multinational corporations to invest in or source from lower cost developing countries.
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The Global Community What problems are associated with labor in developing countries?
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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 38 - The Global Community The media recently...

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