Ch 7: Business-Government Relations

About This Chapter

Watch online video lessons to learn about the influences of government on business and more. Each lesson is accompanied by a short multiple-choice quiz to help check your understanding of business-government relations.

Business-Government Relations - Chapter Summary and Learning Objectives

Use this chapter to learn how the government promotes economic interests. You can also examine the rationale behind public policy and regulation designed to protect employee rights and the health of the environment or oversee securities trade, among other objectives. Instructors help you weigh the pros and cons of these forms of government influence with video lessons and quizzes on the following topics:

  • The government's role in managing the economy
  • Steps required to contest administrative agency rulings
  • The government's non-regulatory influences on business

Video Objectives
How the Government Promotes Economic Interests: Lesson & Quiz Explain how the government promotes business, labor and agricultural interests.
Government Regulation of Business: Major Types & Reasons Examine the rationale behind government regulation of business. Describe the major types of government regulation.
Government Regulation of Administrative Agencies: Pros & Cons and Examples Identify powers granted to administrative agencies in the executive branch of government. Explore procedures for making and contesting rules. Assess the benefits and drawbacks of regulation.
Non-Regulatory Influence of Government on Business Describe government's non-regulatory influence on business.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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