BUSINESS AND SOCIETY - BAM406FN_0709

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Unformatted text preview: Text: Authors: Publisher: Business and Its Environment 6th Edition, 2010 ISBN-10: 0136083927 David P. Baron Pearson Prentice Hall 700 North Main Street, Santa Ana, CA 92701 Phone: 714-547-9625 Fax: 714-547-5777 07/09 BAM 406 Business and Society Final Examination Final Examination 1 Business and Society 1. Which of the following is a powerful force for providing information to office- holders regarding the likely consequences of policy alternative for their con- stituents and the public more broadly? a) United Auto Workers b) Newspapers from advocates of some position c) Lobbying d) None is correct 2) Which one of the following makes up the Administrative and regulatory agen- cies arena in which nonmarket issues for the automobile industry are ad- dressed? a) Congress b) Environmental Protection Agency c) European Union d) All of the above 3) Which auto company was targeted by the environmental groups seeking to mobilize the public to support greater fuel economy? a) General Motors b) DaimlerChrysler c) Ford d) Honda 4) Which of the following is not a source of nonmarket issues? a) Moral concerns b) Institutional change c) Interest group activity d) Crash of the stock market 5) What is the following new theory called: under which firms could be held liable if their stock prices fell significantly when the firms projections of future earnings had been favorable? a) Fraud on the market b) Fraud on the nonmarket c) The common factor d) Collective deception Multiple Choice Questions (Enter your answers on the enclosed answer sheet) 2 Final Examination Business and Society 6) The example of the Hallmark Graduation Cards is a case of: a) Looking to the past for inspiration. b) A failed attempt at promoting the alcoholic beverage industry. c) Failing to take in the perspectives of interest groups, such as MADD. d) None of the above 7) There are a number of ways to anticipate change in the nonmarket environ- ment. Which of the following is NOT one of those ways? a) Limit the extent of the damage once the firm is challenged by an issue b) Be proactive c) Be anticipatory d) Look inward 8) The collection of diverse interests, viewpoints, and preferences of the indi- viduals in society is known as what? a) Public individualiality b) Common sense c) Public sentiment d) Public wants and demands 9) BP managed its environment in many ways. One way that it solidified its posi- tioning relative to the natural environment was to what? a) Move away from oil production and distribution of gasoline b) Changed its symbol and slogan c) Joined the Green Party d) Appoint only environmentalists to its Board of Directors 10) Law-making and rule-making take place in what type of space?...
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