BUS 309 Week 10 Quiz 9 Chapter 10

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BUS 309 Week 10 Quiz 9 Chapter 10

  1. The notion of company loyalty, according to Shaw, is
  2. What is the primary source of an organization’s right to expect employees to act on its behalf?
  3. The buying or selling of stocks by business insiders on the basis of information that has not yet been made public is
  4. The SEC is the
  5. Which theory of insider trading did the U.S. Supreme Court endorse in 1997?
  6. Which Supreme Court case addressed insider trading in 1997?
  7. Henry Manne
  8. It is claimed that insider trading is good as it
  9. Proctor and Gamble once sued three rival food chains for making
  10. The Economic Espionage Act was passed in
  11. There are at least ____ arguments for protecting trade secrets
  12. At one point, the job tenure of an executive in the software industry was
  13. Nondisclosure contracts can conflict with
  14. To pay someone to violate his or her official duties is to
  15. A percentage payment made to a person able to influence or control a source of income is a
  16. The FCPA is the
  17. The FCPA was passed in
  18. The FCPA has exceptions for
  19. How many countries have passed legislation implementing the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention?
  20. How many of the world’s industrialized nations have implemented the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention?
  21. According to Shaw, the FCPA reflects
  22. An employee’s informing the public about the illegal or immoral behavior of an employer or organization is known as
  23. The voluntary release of non-public information is
  24. Do you believe that there could ever be situations where whistle-blowing could be immoral? If so, what would they be? If not, why not?
  25. One of the requirements for whistle-blowing to be morally acceptable, according to Shaw, is that it is done with the right intention. Why does the intention with which an act is performed affect its moral character? What would Kant say here? Do you agree that intention is morally important? What would Mill say here?
  26. Do you think that it is enough for an employee to disclose a conflict of interest, and allow his or her employer to make a decision concerning what to do? If so, what do you think would be the strongest objection to your position, and how would you rebut it? If not, why not?
  27. Do you believe that bribery can ever be morally acceptable? What about grease payments? What, if any, are the differences between the two?
  28. Do you believe that employees can freely choose to restrict their future employment opportunities when accepting employment with a firm? Why, or why not? Do you believe that an employer’s request for such future restrictions as a condition of employment is morally acceptable? Why, or why not?
  29. Do you believe that there is anything morally problematic with insider trading? In answering this question you should consider the views of both Mann and Shaw, as well as the moral views of both Kant and Mill. You should argue for your view.