In analyzing Case 5.8, Nikes Suppliers in Vietnam by Sasha Lyutse, Nike has been
accused of worker abuse in its subcontracted factories in Vietnam. An investigation
was conducted that created a public relations issue for the multi-national
1. How do you size up the ethics of a man who gives
generously to charity but cheats in his business
practices? Is Rajaratnam like a Robin Hood? Was Robin
Hood, who stole from the rich and give to the poor
Someone who gives generously to charity
1. What are some reasons we might be uneasy about the
socials results of the market?
Socialism is the public ownership of the means of
production and is a command economy. Socialists
believe that an economic revolution will solve
societal injustices, i.e.
Question 1: Rawls Theory of Justice as Fairness.
John Rawls Theory of Justice as Fairness is an essay in which he describes his perception
of justice. Rawls formal definition of justice satisfies two general principles: First: each
person is to have an eq
I believe that Milton Friedman would be happy to support the Wal-Mart Foundation as it
has changes its approach to social responsibility. Wal-Mart had previously been a top
corporate donor to a lot of different organizations, but as their image wa
Corporate governance is the way a corporation polices itself,
creating its own policies, procedures and laws to its
employees from the executive management to the lower
level employees. The proper governance of companies is as
crucial to the world economy
For last names L-Z: For Case 5.9 - Does the initial plan to
send surplus clothing to Africa demonstrate von Hayek's
point that injecting justice into the market messes things up?
Can the final plan be seen as an illustration of how some
Case 1.3 Does Home Life Matter at Work?
This case study is about a candidate for a regional manager
position and an incident in his personal life. Mr. Deers
personal life is very different than that of his professional
life. As a working professional, Mr.
Case 2.4 Testing for Honesty
3. Do you think it is fair to hire or not hire someone based
on what they score on this test?
I have had to take these types of tests for past employers
that I have worked for, mostly in the retail business segment
and was per
In analyzing Case 2.1, Flying or Lying in Business Class by Robert C. Solomon, the new
employee is being sent on business travel to Amsterdam to attend a conference to
showcase his talents. The employees spouse has not yet found a position in New York