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70-332 Business, Society and Ethics

Department:Business Administration
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The course examines the political, social and legal environment of the firm, within and outside the United States. Topics include restrictive trade practices, laws and directors' responsibilities and liabilities, manufacturers' responsibilities and liabilities, securities regulation, environmental protection, intellectual property, labor unions, trade associations, employee rights and duties, the attorney-client relationship, advertising and the media, the role of regulatory agencies, multinational operations, dealing with bribery and corruption, values in a business society, societal implications of business policies and corporate social responsibility.

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Rank for this semester:#53
Rank in this department:#5

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  Spring 2005 times

Sec Time Day Instructor Location  
A 10:30 - 11:50 am T Hooker, Hershey MM 103 Add course to my schedule
R Hooker, Hershey MM 103
B 6:30 - 9:20 pm W Hornack, Hooker IA SIM Add course to my schedule

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