BUS 475 BUS475 Quiz 4 Answers

BUS 475 BUS475 Quiz 4 Answers


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BUS 475 Quiz 4

This quiz consist of 30 multiple choice questions. The first 15 questions cover the material in Chapter 6. The second 15 questions cover the material in Chapter 7. 

  1. A firm that has global operations has:
  2. An example of a Global Action Network, or GAN, is:
  3. The three strategies of globalization can be summarized using what three words?
  4. The loan policies of the World Bank:
  5. The purpose of the World Trade Organization is to:
  6. Global market channels involve a firm producing goods in:
  7. Single-party rule by communist parties still remains in:
  8. The primary purpose of the International Monetary Fund is to:
  9. Representation on the World Bank’s board of directors is based on:
  10. A society where economic power is concentrated in the hands of government officials and political authorities is called:
  11. What U.S. company is the best example of using globalization to reduce the price of its products?
  12. A critic of globalization might argue that companies decide to manufacture in China mainly because of China’s:
  13. The richest 1 percent of the people in the world receives as much income annually as:
  14. The term “race to the bottom” refers to:
  15. Technological innovation has aided the spread of globalization by:
  16. According to a survey conducted by The Economist in 2008, how many respondents say corporate citizenship can help increase their companies’ profits?
  17. Which of the following is not a motivation for publishing a corporate social report?
  18. When a company decides to publicize information collected in a social audit, this is called:
  19. Global corporate citizenship is more than espoused values, it requires:
  20. This Switzerland-based pharmaceutical firm was an early adopter of the Global Compact and used it to update its code of conduct.
  21. Which of the following organizations have developed standards to judge corporate performance?
  22. A systematic evaluation of an organization’s social, ethical, and environmental performance is called a(n):
  23. According to Philip H. Mirvis’ and Bradley K. Googins’ model, how many stages are there of global corporate citizenship?
  24. According to the scholar Simon Zadek six benefits of social audits include all of the following except.
  25. Companies see the need to build more coherent initiatives as they move into the:
  26. The Ronald McDonald House charity, operated by McDonald’s has been criticized for:
  27. The emerging trend in gathering audit information directly from workers using their mobile phones is called:
  28. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that each person:
  29. BSR (formerly Business for Social Responsibility) helps its 300 member companies:
  30. Financial, social and environmental results are reported together in a firm’s:

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