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Business Ethics Exam
Business Ethics Exam MCQs
According to Crane and Matten (2010) Business ethics is the study of business situations, activities and decisions where.
entrepreneurial opportunities are evaluated
maximising profit is reconciled with society's expectations
issues of right and wrong are addressed
examples of corporate misbehaviour are highlighted
Which of the following is not a Millennium Development Goal?
Reduce child mortality
Achieve universal primary education
Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger
Reduce domestic violence
Which of the following statements is incorrect?
In Europe, corporate codes of ethics are the key guidelines for ethical behaviour.
In Asia, top management is responsible for ethical conduct in business.
In North America, the dominant approach to stakeholder management is a focus on shareholder value.
In Asia, managerial discretion is the key guideline for ethical behaviour.
Milton Friedman (1971) famously developed the Business Separation Thesis. Which of the following statements is not part of this view?
Only human have moral responsibility.
Business's first responsibility is to make profit
Social costs and benefits must be accounted for at consumer prices
Social issues and problems are the responsibility of the government
According to Carrol's (1975, 1979) model of CSR, which of the following business responsibilities does society desire from businesses, rather tha...
Which is not an essential feature of a corporation?
Evidence to suggest that legal designation of a corporation makes it unable to be anything but altruistic
A corporation is essentially defined in terms of legal status and the ownership of assets
Corporations are typically regarded as 'artificial persons' in the eyes of the law
Corporations are notionally 'owned' by shareholders, but exist independently of them
Which statement is correct about ethical relativism?
There are universal truths about what is right and wrong
Morality is not context-specific
Ethical decisions depend on the culture of the decision-maker
Universal rights can be rationalized
What are distribution dilemmas not concerned with?
Benefits of the many vs. the few
The Pygmalion effect
John Stuart Mills would not agree with which of the following statements?
Ethical is what generates the greatest happiness for the greatest number of people
Lying is sometimes a possible alternative, depending on the outcome.
The ends justify the means
The actions are more important than the consequences
Which of the following is a personal factor influencing ethical decision-making?
Locus of control
The extent to which unequal distribution of hierarchy and status is accepted and respected signifies which of Hofstede's five cultural dimensions...
Individualism / collectivism
Masculinity / femininity
Moral intensity is influenced by a number of factors. Which one is not one of them?
Magnitude of consequences
Probability of effect
Which of the following is an informal way of implementing codes of conducts?
Course of training
Guidelines for making difficult decisions/decision trees
Conducting an annual ethics audit
There are four main ways of approaching business ethics management. Which one is not one of them?
Which one of the following is not one of the four main types of ethical codes?
Organizational or corporate codes of ethics
Professional codes of ethics
Industry codes of ethics
Certification codes of ethics
Which of the following statements is correct? Managers are entrusted with...
the duty to run the company in the interest of its shareholders
the duty of care and skill
the duty to act for the benefit of the company
All of the above
Which is not an ethical issue attributed to the global financial markets of today?
Public reporting of financial accounts
National security and protectionism
Unfair competition with developing countries
Which is an example of positive criteria for ethical investment?
Which of the following issues is not included in the employee right to freedom from discrimination?
Occupational health and safety
'Presenteeism' is a common cultural force in many organizations. But what is it?
Social pressure to give gifts to colleagues upon return from a business trip
The phenomenon of being at work when your should be at home recovering from illness or enjoying time off
The assumption that an employee can only work effectively in the workplace
Pressure to attend company social events
Affirmative action against discrimination manifests itself through four main areas. Which of the following is not one of them?
Promotion to senior positions
Training programmes for discriminated minorities
Which is not a strategy to generate more sustainable consumption?
Producing environmentally responsible products
Service replacements for products
Which is not an ethical issue in relation to marketing communication?
Gifts and bribes
The UK's Advertising Standards Authority does not require advertisements to be
Which is a 'dirty trick' tactic between competitors?
All of the above
Which best defines the Chinese practice of guanxi?
A system of personal connections that carries long-term relationships
A system of business connections that carries long-term relationships
A system of personal connections that carries short-term relationships
A system of business connections that carries short-term relationships
Which best defines 'ethical sourcing'?
The inclusion of social, ethical and /or environmental criteria into the supply chain management
A commitment to only use fair trade suppliers
The inclusion of profit maximisation criteria in the supply chain management
A commitment to only use sustainable suppliers
Civil Society Organisations employ a number of different tactics. Which is not a nonviolent direct action?
Demonstrations and marches
Increasingly, Civil Society Organizations and businesses collaborate more, each for their own reasons. Which of the following reasons applies to both ...
Cross-fertilizations of thinking
Avoidance of negative public confrontation
Access to crucial supply chains
Which statement is incorrect: Promotional groups:
tend to have open membership
use consultation as their main approach
tend to represent issues and causes
have a social aims
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