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It has long been asserted that business, government, and society are interrelated. This paper analyzes the interrelationship between business, government, and society and explains what kind of impact that they have one another. In addition, the paper compares and contrasts the similarities and differences in ethical standards and behavior among business, government, and society in the past and present.
From the Paper:"It is indeed a fact that business, government and society often share similar goals. An example of this is the economy. For instance, all three of these entities want the economy to be stable and unemployment rates low. Businesses want people to be able to purchase their products, government want to be able to collect taxes (which cannot be done when people are unemployed) and people in the society want the economy to be stable to enable them to work and take care of their families. The interrelationship between business, government and society is apparent in article found in the Washington Times explains a scenario where business and government were working together to provide solution for the community."
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