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Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 Ethics
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The study of morality and standards of conduct. CEO and CFO are required to approve and declare accurate financial statements, which are provided to SEC for publication.
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Cost of Corruption $80 Billion
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The World Bank estimates ____ dollars are lost to international corruption and bribery. Misuse of public power for private benefits; less wealthy countries have increased levels.
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Japan Cost of Corruption
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Rich get richer and poor get poorer; most important for transition economies. Political and business scandals include forced resignations of politicians for assisting private corporations, encouraging employees to mislead government inspectors, failure of banking system to take steps to end the
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recession, and relationships of politicians to organized crime.
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Sexual Harassment; Cultural Expectations Japan
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Changing social climate and hostile work environment issues include cultural expectations, sexual harassment, and gender discrimination. ____ has always occurred in Japan, but there’s now a changing social climate while ____ determines what you can and can’t say.
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France France, Germany, and Great Britain
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Cornerstones of Europe with bad opportunities for women: Women are underrepresented in corporate management, women tend to work in specific industries, and glass ceilings exist although the law guarantees equal treatment, but
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enforcement is weak.
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Glass Ceiling Nurse, Teacher, and Real Estate
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Specific industries women tend to work in France: There’s only a certain, unspecified level women can reach.
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Great Britain Germany
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Laws mandate equal opportunity positions throughout the public sector, although women are underrepresented in high-level management, equal opportunity officers lack the authority to enforce decisions, and professional qualifications 45% of the workforce is female, but women are still not well represented at the highest levels of most organizations.
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relate inversely to higher positions; east and west differences.
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China Great Britain
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Women establish associations to develop networking and increase lobbying power because there’s weak legislation; some companies are proactively trying to recruit and promote more women, and Industrial spying has increased against US business, and partners in joint ventures may break the agreement and walk off with patents and/or capital.
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discrimination lawsuits are becoming more common.
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Patent Violations China
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Illegally produce and counterfeit CDs, DVDs, etc; 90% of all software used in the mid 1990’s is pirated. U.S. taking the hard line against Chinese piracy of intellectual property, and the Chinese government has closed down some factories and offered rewards for information about piracy.
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Opaque Index China
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Women managers have restricted opportunities since by law they have to retire earlier than men, and have cultural stereotypes of being meek; discrimination exists and their lack of representation in the Measures transparency of unclear legal systems and regulations.
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Communist party leads to fewer promotions.
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China, Russia, and Indonesia Singapore, United States, Chile
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2011 for the course MAN 4000 taught by Professor Laurynmigenes during the Spring '10 term at University of Central Florida.

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