A risk management B traditional philanthropy C strategic CSR D political CSR C

A risk management b traditional philanthropy c

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A) risk management B) traditional philanthropy C) strategic CSR D) political CSR C) strategic CSR Which of the following philosophies maintains that a company's sole responsibility is to maximize profits for its owners? A) utilitarian view B) righteous moralist view C) Friedman view D) cultural relativist view C) Friedman view The ________ view states that a company should adopt local ethics wherever it operates because all belief systems are determined within a cultural context. A) Friedman B) cultural relativist C) righteous moralist D) utilitarian B) cultural relativist The ________ view says that a company should maintain its home-country ethics wherever it operates because the home-country's view of ethics and responsibility is
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superior to others' views. A) Friedman B) righteous moralist C) cultural relativist D) utilitarian B) righteous moralist Which of the following philosophies maintains that a company should maximize "good" outcomes and minimize "bad" outcomes wherever it operates? A) Friedman view B) righteous moralist view C) cultural relativist view D) utilitarian view D) utilitarian view ) ________ is the environmental impact of greenhouse gases (measured in units of carbon dioxide) that results from human activity. A) Carbon footprint B) Greenhouse log C) Carbon cycle D) Greenhouse check A) Carbon footprint ________ measures the indirect carbon dioxide emissions from the whole life cycle of products—from their manufacture to eventual breakdown. A) Primary footprint B) Secondary footprint C) Tertiary footprint D) Internalized footprint B) Secondary footprint Which of the following does the secondary footprint measure? A) the burning of fossil fuels B) direct energy consumption C) indirect carbon dioxide emissions D) emissions caused by natural forces C) indirect carbon dioxide emissions On a recent trip to Hong Kong, a group of tourists found several Prada bags being sold on the pavement. They cost only a few dollars and were clearly fake; though they bore the Prada trademark. This is an example of ________. A) piracy B) monopolization C) ethnocentrism D) nationalization A) piracy True/False China relies on its cheap labor for economic development and India on the brainpower of its people. true True/False Incentives and rewards for individual business initiatives are an important aspect of
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collectivist cultures. false True/False Individualist cultures tend to offer fewer incentives and rewards than collectivist cultures. false True/False Entrepreneurs are businesspeople who accept the risks and opportunities involved in operating new business ventures. true True/False No nation has a completely individualist or completely collectivist cultural orientation. true True/False Central planning is rooted in the ideology that the welfare of a group is more important than individual well-being.
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