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The righteous moralist approach to ethics is typically associated with managers from

The righteous moralist approach to ethics is typically associated with managers from developed nations. 

22.Kantian ethics assert that if a manager of a multinational sees that firms from other nations are not following ethical norms in a host nation, that manager should not either. 

23.The action that produces the greatest good for the greatest number of people can result in the unjustified treatment of a minority. 

24.Multinational corporations do not qualify to act as moral agents within the framework of rights theories. 

25.John Rawls argues that all economic goods and services should be distributed equally except when an unequal distribution would work to everyone’s advantage. 

26.According to John Rawls difference principle, wide variations in income and wealth can be considered just if the market-based system that produces this unequal distribution also benefits the least-advantaged members of society. 

27.John Rawls's veil of ignorance is a conceptual tool that contributes to the moral compass that managers can use to help them navigate through difficult ethical dilemmas.    

28.Business leaders should use every relevant opportunity to stress the importance of business ethics and make sure that key business decisions not only make good economic sense but also are ethical. 

29.Customers, suppliers, and lenders constitute the internal stakeholders of an organization.  

30.Internal stakeholders of a company do not have an exchange relationship with the company. 

 

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