That make it very clear what is right and wrong
That are very top-down and directive
That leave interpretation in a specific situation up to the manager
That often defy interpretation
Sometimes encourage ethical corner cutting, provided that it never becomes public
Always put performance and profits ahead of ethics
Always put ethics ahead of performance and profits
Often do not want to know what junior executives are doing, ethically speaking
The senior executive received immunity and the junior executive went to jail
The junior executive received immunity and the senior executive went to jail
Both the junior executive and the senior executive went to jail
Have their careers ended
Are branded trouble makers
Become too hot to be hired by other companies
All of the options are true
Ethnic cleansing is a crime against humanity
Following orders is no excuse even if you are threatened
Everything the Nazi war machine did was criminal
Some behaviors have no defense.
The company whose product is advertised
The advertising agency that creates it
A and B if they know it is dishonest
A and B
Is there to listen sympathetically to your concern
Can help you with your ethical quandary
Protects you from negative consequences
All of the options are correct
The seller behaves ethically
The buyer behaves ethically
Both the buyer and seller behave ethically
When senior management pressures them
When they are distracted by personal problems
When they have to make a quick decision
When the unethical behavior will greatly reward them
Keeping an eye on colleagues
Asking hard questions
Forming a group of ethical vigilantes
Being aware of what is going on around you
Pay constant attention to whether your actions are right or wrong
If your behavior is wrong, ask why you are doing it
Confront your excuses and reasons
All of these options are true
Then you have two codes of ethics. The code you expect and the code you practice.
You are not a good person
You are an extreme egotist
You are in the minority, as most do
They are misrepresenting their use of funds
They are doing the most good for the most people
SCF’s behavior is unethical but the end justifies the means
Scrutinizing a company’s Web site and public financial records
Talking with employees and customers of the company
Buying reports and research on the company
Posing as a student to collect information on the company
All of the options are acceptable
A double-standard lapse of personal ethics
The way that most buyers think of market fairness
Behavior that has nothing to do with ethics
Am I exploiting a trust or confidence?
Am I misrepresenting my true intentions to others?
Am I selling the same product at the same price to everyone?
Am I loyal to those who have been loyal to me?
Am I willfully risking the life and limb of consumers and others by my actions?
Am I being true to my religious beliefs by my actions?
Am I being as efficient in my use of scarce resources as I can be?
Are my marketing campaigns and business behavior offensive to certain groups?
Am I willfully exploiting children, the elderly, the illiterate, the mentally incompetent, the naïve, the poor or the environment?
Am I prepared to redress wrongs and fairly compensate for damages?
Would it be wrong if everyone did what I propose to do?
Do I use small print to completely nullify my guarantees and warrantees?
To constrain individual and group behavior and maintain the social fabric
To constrain individual and group behavior
To maintain the social fabric
Because they have religions
The Social Contract
The welfare state
The Golden Rule
Do unto others before they do unto you
The greatest good for the greatest number
Maximize customer utility
Ethical permission to not consider the good and bad outcomes for others
Always moderated by its long-term consequences on others in the market
A fundamental principle of right-wing morality
An outdated concept
A period of time between 1600 and1700
The effect created in Cathedrals by stain-glass windows
A philosophy based on reason rather than religion
The protestant break away from the Catholic Church
Categorizing acts in marketing
Creating ethical priorities
The tragedy of the commons
Having a predominant religion as the core for trading ethics allows everyone to agree with what is right and wrong and is economically more efficient, but runs against basic freedoms
Utilitarian situational ethics and the categorical imperative still require a basic set of values
As children we learn basic decency and morality from our parents and other adults in our life
None of the above
All of the above
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