If the program cost $300,000 then sensibly one would think to double the cost which makes the price
$600,000, but if in the long run the new system saves the company millions of dollars one would not be
wrong to bump the price up even more. I think that a
Week 12 DQ2
Read the On the Edge article titled "Peter Oiler and Winn Dixie Stores" on page 376 of the text.
Answer the two questions that follow:
1. Was it wrong for Winn-Dixie to fire Oiler?
I do not think that it was wrong of Winn-Dixie. I think this w
I would love to say that I would pay $500 for my future childs car seat but that is just not realistic. I do
not have that kind of money to spend, even if I wanted to. It is the same scenario when evaluating the
safety of cars we drive, some of us are not
New technologies are also firing the debate over the balance between Lockean private property and
collective ownership. Modern technologies, especially computers, create new forms of intellectual
property that, unlike other types of property, can be copie
Which of the five approaches listed in Article 1 (additional information provided) do you most closely
relate to and accept? Are there other options? The final section of the article proposes a combination of
all five. Could this be the best approach? Why
"Free markets allocate economic goods in the most socially beneficial way and ensure progress." To what
extent is this statement true? To what extent do you think it is false?
A free market is a term that is used to describe a market in which each individ
Read section 2.4 The Ethics of Care in the text and watch the YouTube video below about Malden Mills
fire and Aaron Fuerstein's action regarding his employees.
1. What are the principles behind the ethics of care?
2. Was the owner of the Malden Mills comp
Week 8 Assignment
Answer questions 3 and 5 on page 292 of the text.
3. Compare and contrast the views of an ecological ethic, Blackstones ethic of environmental
right and a utilitarian ethic of pollution control. Which view seems to
Week 3 Assignment
Question 3 on Page 142
When looking at objectiveness as it is defined I do not view utilitarianism as a more objective
standard for determining right and wrong. Objectiveness is distinguished as something th
What should Heinz do and why?
As painful as it is to accept, being that they are not one hundred percent sure that the drug will
help Heinzs wife he should take the money that he has collected and spend it
Week 6 Assignment
1. The drug industry is a textbook example of monopoly markets. The text tells us that drug
companies in the US are granted a patent on any new pharmaceutical drug they develop, and
this is the top e
Week 10 Assignment
1) Answer question 2 on page 334 of the text and the following question:
Given the question of where, then, does the consumers duty to protect
his or her own interests end, and where does the manufa
Week 12 Assignment
Compare and contrast the three main kinds of arguments against racial and
sexual job discrimination. Which of these seems to you to be the strongest?
The weakest? Can you think of a different argumen
Business Statistics II, GB-3233
Hypothesis testing provides business managers a structured analytical method for making a decision where a
claim about a population parameter is tested by using a sample statistic. Using a
Estimation and Hypothesis Testing for Two Population
Textbook Steps for Confidence Interval Estimation:
1 - 2
1 and 2 are Known
Define the population parameter of interest and select indepen
Business Statistics II, GB-3233
Two-Factor ANOVA with Replications (Factorial Experiment)
The manufacturer of a new product wishes to study the effect on sales of the product of different
packaging and the effect of availability in different types of
DEFINITIONS IN BUSINESS ETHICS
the last of Kohlberg's stages of moral development (also
known as postconventional or principled morality); at these
stages the individual has questioned previous laws and
values and sees the value of
ANSWERS FOR ESSAY QUESTION
It is true that when a person joins a organisation, he has to work as according to the
terms and conditions defined by their mutual consent. It is also true that company expects that
the person should be loyal wit
Floating exchange rate is a countrys exchange rate regime where its currency is set by the
foreign-exchange market through supply and demand for that currency about other currencies.
The fixed exchange rate is a countrys exchange rate regime under which t
1- Research the utilitarian approach to business, and explain if you believe this approach is
ethical. You must support you statements with academic research.
You can use the Ford Pinto case Study or the Merck River Blindness case study. Please provide
The main activities of Human Resource Management include recruitment, training, and
development, providing feedback, pay, and benefits. They play a fundamental role in maintaining
labor relations. The HRM strategy should be in line with the organizational
Concepts & Cases
The Business System:
Government, Markets, and
Tradition-Based Societies: rely on traditional
communal roles and customs to carry out
basic economic tasks.
(1)Does commodification of a thing change the way we think of it? Is there anything that should not be commodified?
Why or why not?
(2)Explain why each of the above proposals for expanding the free market is a good, or a bad idea. What would John
Running head: BUSINESS ETHICS
In my estimation I will pay $ 500 for a car seat.
The average customer will be willing to pay $500 for the car seat.
The life of a chil
Do you agree with the claims that (a) future generations have no rights, and (2) the future
generations to which we have obligations actually include only the generation that will
immediately succeed us? Explain your answer. If you do not agree with these
"Free markets allocate economic goods in the most socially beneficial way and ensure
progress." To what extent is this statement true? To what extent do you think it is false?
In a free market, the property rights are exchanged at price decided mu