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Business Ethical in International BusinessBusiness Ethical in International BusinessYusong ZengNanding LiuZedong LiMET AD655International Business, Economics, and Cultures(Spring 2017)Professor: Jung Wan Lee1
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Business Ethical in International BusinessApril 26, 2017IntroductionBusiness ethics is a way that corporations examine ethical principles and moral standard todeal with their business. It concludes all aspects of business conduct and is relevant toindividuals and entire organizations. Business ethics refers to the operational activities withcompanies and managers in the business organization. The range and quantity of business ethicalissues reflects the profit of the corporations. The balance between profit and ethics is the crucialpoint that managers concerned.Business ethics normally show the business environment of each historical period. Interestin business ethics increased beginning in the 1980s, which the great promotion on globalbusiness and many famous companies got huge growing during that period. This period beganthe belief and support of self-regulation and free trade, which move the barriers in an increasingglobal atmosphere. However, business ethics problem happened with the growing ofinternational market because of the tremendous profit of global market and lack of regulation ininternational market.Government use laws and regulations to control nosiness behavior when they take part incommercial trade. Business ethics is potentially regulation for business managers and normallybeyond the government regulation. Some of large corporations with the eager chase for profitcould allow them to obey business ethics and ignore the harm to the customers and theircompanies.2
Business Ethical in International BusinessThis paper try to find the profit chain by analyzing the business ethics problem in motormanufacturer industries. Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen and Toyota are leaders in this area,however, all of them have ethics problem in recent year. We pose the following researchquestions to help analyzing the motivation of ethics problems.1.Should the companies encourage efforts to identify and respond to ethical dilemmas?2.How to require accountability in anticipating and responding to ethical crises?Literature ReviewThe ethical sensitivity of all professionals – lawyers, physicians, educators, and businessexecutives – has come under close scrutiny in recent years. The most scathing indictment on thestate of corporate ethics was voiced by Amitai Etzioni who concluded that in the past decade,two-thirds of the 500 largest U.S. corporations have been involved in varying degrees in someform of illegal behavior.(Gellerman 2006)However, the majority of situation that business people face today to not involve strictlylegal matters. Instead they must make judgments concerning what is “right” or ethical to do. It isone of the tasks of ethics to distinguish between ethical and unethical business practices. Thetask of determining what is ethical or not is not easy. Kenneth Andrews once said, “if it’s blackand white, and a man has normal courage and security, he’ll say no. It’s in the gray areas that thebusinessman may more likely flounder.”Johnson(2001) argues that “most business decisions involve choices between two or moregoods or two undesirable options” A related challenge to ethical decision making is that3
Business Ethical in International Businesssometimes good and evil seem to be joint products. In other words, a desirable result isaccompanied by a negative one. An example of this is the pollution and exhaustion of resourceswhich often accompanies high standards of living and technology.Toyota

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