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Staryer Bus Ethics 309 Quiz 4 - Ch.4 and Ch.5 (2014) Graded




Question;Course Business Ethics 309Test Quiz 4 (Ch4) & (Ch5)Question 15 out of 5 points How many Americans believe that ?if you work hard enough, you'll make it?? Question 25 out of 5 points Which statement accurately describes capitalism? Question 35 out of 5 points According to one survey of cultural values Question 45 out of 5 points Evidence for the idea that American manufacturing is declining is Question 50 out of 5 points Marxism statesQuestion 60 out of 5 points Rather than strong work ethic, a common attitude is: Question 75 out of 5 points Which of the following historical stages of capitalism came first? Question 85 out of 5 points A basic premise of Adam Smith's invisible hand argument is Question 95 out of 5 points Karl Marx believed that Question 105 out of 5 points The concept of the "invisible hand" means Question 110 out of 5 points The profit motive Question 125 out of 5 points For the first time since the Industrial Revolution, less than _____ percent of the American workforce was employed by manufacturing. Question 135 out of 5 points The Fugger dynasty was an example of Question 145 out of 5 points Though many jobs are outsourced, most economists believe Question 155 out of 5 points An assessment of work in America is Question 165 out of 5 points Kenneth Arrow discussed two important situations in which profit maximization can be socially inefficient. One of these occurs whenQuestion 170 out of 5 points Which of the following contributed to the more relaxed incorporation procedures of modern times? Question 185 out of 5 points The best statement concerning corporations is Question 195 out of 5 points The debate over corporate moral agency hinges on which issue? Question 205 out of 5 points The ?rules of the game? for corporate work are intended to Question 215 out of 5 points Melvin Anshen suggests that there is a relationship between business and society which he termed as Question 220 out of 5 points Corporations differ from partnerships and other forms of business association in two ways. One of these is that Question 235 out of 5 points A common point of contention about corporations is Question 240 out of 5 points The idea that corporations are moral agents Question 255 out of 5 points Milton Friedman?s perspective is that the only social responsibility of a business is to Question 265 out of 5 points Those with a broader view concerning business obligations believe that with power comes Question 270 out of 5 points Which of the following is one of the three arguments in favor of narrow corporate social responsibility discussed in Chapter 5?Question 28 Adam Smith proposed that in our pursuit of economic interests we are led byQuestion 295 out of 5 points The first corporations Question 300 out of 5 points Most Americans believe a corporation?s top obligation is to its


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