Business Ethics Course Project
Use your textbook Business Ethics Concepts & Cases (8th Edition) by Manuel G. Velasquez, and write a minimum of 6,000 words essay that addresses the following:
–Describe moral and nonmoral standards and norms.
–Describe applying ethical or moral concepts to corporations
–Describe business ethics and corporate social responsibility:
-Explain globalization and business ethics
-Describe moral development.
–Describe the issues with human rights in Burma.
–Describe traditional utilitarianism
–Describe the criticism of rule utilitarianism
-Explain Immanuel Kant’s basis for moral rights
-Describe the difference between retributive justice and compensatory justice.
-Describe examining the balance and debating the balance of economic systems
-Describe interpreting John Locke and criticisms of Lockean rights.
-Describe the invisible hand of market competition.
-Explain Interpreting Adam Smith and the criticism of Smith’s free markets.
-Briefly mention happened and what was the outcome in the Case Study 3.1: The GM Bailout.
-Describe Perfect competition:
-equilibrium point and moral outcomes
-mechanics of perfectly competitive markets
-Describe monopoly competition
-monopoly control and profit
-monopolists as utility maximizer
-monopoly competition and ethics
-Explain Oligopolistic competition:
-how oligopolies form
-effects of oligopoly on consumers and markets
-Explain the Fraud Triangle components
–Explain the dimensions of pollution and resource depletion
-explain describe air pollution causes (i.e., greenhouse gases, carbon dioxide)
-explain water pollution causes
-explain land pollution
-describe depletion of minerals
-Explain the ethics of pollution control
-environmental rights and absolute bans
-Briefly mention happened and what was the outcome in the Case Study 5.2: Gas or Grouse.
Essay must be written in APA style and have at least 15 references (APA style) with corresponding in-text citations. In other words, the last page, which is your references page, will have a minimum of 15 references. Make sure to include an introduction and a thoroughly developed conclusion. Turnitin similarity report must be less than 15%. Do not write in first person.
Submit via the course project Turnitin link in Week 6.
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