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Ch.4 Quiz Instructions Please read the questions carefully. This assessment is worth 100 points. 1. All things being equal, corporate profits will be maximized under the stakeholder theory of corporate social responsibility. (5 points) True False 2. Defenders of business tend to believe that the law actually deters from socially valuable profit-seeking without producing comparable benefits. (5 points) True False 3. You can make utilitarian arguments for either major position in the corporate social responsibility debate. (5 points) True False 4. Although there have been many criticisms of utilitarianism, no one doubts that it is easy to apply and that it provides definite answers to moral questions. (5 points) True False 5. Rights theories generally agree that where rights conflict with utility- maximization, rights win out. (5 points) True False 6. Negative rights provide direct support for the critics' position on corporate social responsibility. (5 points) True False 7. One reason that the law is an imperfect corporate control device is that firms do not always react rationally to the threats it poses. (5 points) True False 8. "Rewiring" the corporation's internal management structure in the ways suggested by Christopher Stone could alleviate the "unknown harms" problem discussed in the text. (5 points)
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True False 9. Negative rights can support the position on corporate responsibility
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2012 for the course ACCT 460 taught by Professor Charley during the Spring '12 term at Aachen University of Applied Sciences.

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