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1.The economic model of corporate social responsibility (CSR)
A. strictly obligates business to contribute to social causes.
B. states that profit is independent of optimal allocation of resources.
C. holds pursuit of profit as the sole duty of business.
D. prevents shareholders from being at the center of a corporation.
2.Every organization has a shared pattern of beliefs, expectations, and meanings that guide and influence the behavior and decision making of all its members; this shared pattern is known as
A. social expectation.
B. executive leadership.
C. corporate culture.
D. classic ethics.
3.When an individual reaches out to a person outside her or his reporting structure or company to report suspected wrongdoing, this can be known as
A. regulatory compliance.
D. circumventing authority.
4.The economic model of corporate social responsibility seems inadequate to some observers since corporate behavior and actions can have a powerful effect on stakeholders who
A. represent corporate culture.
B. don't have a financial stake in the company.
C. are legally compliant.
D. are ethically principled.
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