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ADM1301_Final_Exam_W2009_Answer_Key - ADM1301 Sections M N...

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ADM1301 Sections M, N, P -- Social Context of Business Winter 2009 Final Examination (3 hours) 24 th April 2009 @ 0930hr – 1230hr Professors: Tim Ragan (Sections M, N); Franco Iacono (Section P) Student Name: __________________________ I.D. No. _____________ TA Name: __________________________ DGD. No. And Date _______ Instructions 1. This examination consists of four parts. Time limit is 180 minutes. 2. No notes, texts, dictionaries, electronic items of any type are permitted. 3. Carefully follow the instructions appearing at the beginning of each part. 4. You must sign the academic attestation appearing below . 5. You must hand in any examination booklets as well as the question paper . www.telfer.uOttawa.ca Academic Integrity : Integrity is a basic value of our society and of the business world. Academic integrity is also a key value of the School of Management. To underline its importance, all assignment, report, project, or other work submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements of a course at the School of Management must include on its front page the following signed statement (signed by each member of a team in the case of a group assignment or team work): Statement of Academic Integrity: This work conforms to the rules on academic integrity of the University of Ottawa: Signature: __________________________________ For more information on what constitutes a breach of academic integrity, please consult the following web sites: http://www.uottawa.ca/academic/info/regist/crs/home_5_ENG.htm and http://www.uottawa.ca/plagiarism.df Please note that any submission in a course (homework, assignment, report, etc) that does not include that signed statement will not be corrected and will get a grade of zero.
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Part 1 – General Multiple Choice (15 marks, 1 per question) Select the most appropriate answer to each of the following question and indicate your choice directly on this question paper . 1) A consumer's right to choose refers to: a. his right to have an inventory of more than one to choose from. b. her right to decide what store to buy from. c. his right to eliminate products that do not meet his needs. d. the assurance that competition is working effectively. ANSWER: D 2) All of the following are questions that capture the central meaning of ethics except: a. What is? b. What happened? c. What ought to be? d. What is our motivation? ANSWER: B 3) Under normal circumstances, innovative firms are more likely to be doing all of the following except:
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