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Ch 15: International Business Ethics

About This Chapter

This chapter outlines issues in and approaches to international business ethics. These lessons can help you improve your grades, study topics you missed in class, earn continuing education credit and much more.

International Business Ethics - Chapter Summary

This chapter helps you cultivate a strong understanding and appreciation for the role of ethics in international business. You'll begin the chapter by studying ethics and social responsibilities in the international business climate. From there, you'll see ethical issues and philosophical approaches to business ethics and examine a real-life ethical case study. These lesson are available to study whenever you have free time and you can use any computer or mobile device to access them. Self-assessment quizzes and printable lesson transcripts are available to help solidify your understanding of the chapter material. Studying these business lessons will enable you to:

  • Distinguish the role of ethics and social responsibility in international business
  • Analyze ethical issues in international business
  • Point out the causes of unethical behavior in international business
  • Connect moral philosophies to business ethics
  • Explain philosophical approaches to business ethics
  • Assess the need for ethical decision making in international business
  • Evaluate a business case study regarding Pfizer and Trovan

7 Lessons in Chapter 15: International Business Ethics
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
Ethics & Social Responsibility in International Business

1. Ethics & Social Responsibility in International Business

As the world becomes more and more connected, there are still serious social and ethical problems that need to be worked out in the business world. This lesson identifies some of those problems.

Ethical Issues in International Business

2. Ethical Issues in International Business

Corporations that tackle the global market face many difficulties. In this lesson, we will examine the ethical issues in international business, such as corruption, pollution, and environmental challenges.

Causes of Unethical Behavior in International Business

3. Causes of Unethical Behavior in International Business

Have you ever been tempted to make the wrong decision? Well, you may not have been in this situation before, but many in the business world have. In this lesson, we'll learn what causes people to behave unethically in international business.

How Moral Philosophies Relate to Business Ethics

4. How Moral Philosophies Relate to Business Ethics

Much of business ethics finds its foundation in various moral philosophies. In this lesson, you'll learn about some of the important moral philosophies that have influenced ethics in business.

Philosophical Approaches to Business Ethics

5. Philosophical Approaches to Business Ethics

Regardless of where we work or what we do, everyone is involved in 'business' of some sort. For that reason, business ethics are critically important to understand. In this lesson, we'll discuss some common philosophical approaches to business ethics.

Ethical Decision Making in International Business

6. Ethical Decision Making in International Business

Ethical decision making in international business varies depending on the culture of the country in which the business is located. In this lesson, we'll discuss ways to make sure ethical practices are being used in foreign countries.

Business Case Study: Pfizer & Trovan

7. Business Case Study: Pfizer & Trovan

In 1996, Pfizer conducted a brief trial of an experimental antibiotic to treat an outbreak of meningitis in Nigeria. Find out about the tragic results and issues raised as part of a larger concern about conducting clinical trials overseas.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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