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Sample Final Examination BUS/415 Version 8 1 BUS/415 Sample Final Examination This Sample Examination represents the Final Examination that students complete in Week 5. As in the following Sample Examination, the Final Examination includes questions that assess the course objectives. Although the Sample Examination includes one question per objective, the Final Examination includes three questions per course objective. Refer to the questions in the following Sample Examination to represent the type of questions in the Final Examination. Refer to the weekly readings and content outlines for each week as study references for the Final Examination. Week One: Legal Environment Objective: Explain the relationship between business and the legal environment. 1. Which of the following is true about the Law and Economics School of jurisprudence? a. It is also known as the Chicago School. b. It promotes the use of economic principles in resolving cases, so long as the case is one involving business. c. It would say that a case which no lawyer would take on a contingent fee basis should be brought by an attorney who is paid by the state. d. It holds that antitrust cases should be vigorously prosecuted in order to protect the economic viability of smaller firms. Objective: Evaluate social responsibility of business practices. 2. The theory of business social responsibility that holds that a business owes duties solely to produce the highest return for its shareholders is: a. The moral minimum theory. b. The maximizing profits theory. c. The stakeholder interest theory. d. The corporate citizenship theory. Objective: Describe the stages of a civil case.
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