Global Business and Ethical Considerations Case Study by cee-cee
Global Business and Ethical Considerations
An in-depth look at the ethical issues involved in multinational corporations going global.
# 109286 | 2,249 words | 3 sources | APA | 2008 |
Published on Nov 27, 2008 in Business (International) , Ethics (General) , Economics (Globalization)
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The paper discusses the trend of globalization where businesses transfer operations abroad in order to increase their profit margins. The paper discusses the ethical issues involved such as the deprivation of local jobs in the home country and labor exploitation, natural resources depletion and the saturation of culture in the foreign countries. The paper utilizes the case of Trend Micro to illustrate how a multinational corporation can go global while managing ethical concerns as well.
Sample of Sources Used:
- Chet, M.C., Hitt, M.A. & Colella, A. (2005). Organizational behavior: A strategic approach. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley and Sons, Inc.
- Jennings, Marianne (2006). Business ethics: Case studies and selected readings, 5th edition. Mason, OH: Thomson-Southwestern.
- Trend Micro. (2006). Little red book. Taipei, Taiwan: Trend Micro.
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