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  1. Kant’s means/ends categorical imperative states that we should never use another as a means to an end. True   False
  2. For Mill the highest value (he uses the word “pleasure”) is autonomy. True   False
  3. May’s model provides a justification to give key personnel jail time only if they have intentionally participated in the harm.   True   False
  4. Under Freeman’s Principle of Director Responsibility, directors are to make decisions with stockholders foremost in their consideration. True   False
  5. Autonomy is a prerequisite for ethics. True   False
  6. Donaldson wants to avoid absolutism, but embraces it in one aspect of his “test” for doing business abroad.   True   False
  7. Sass endorses the market theory of equals. True   False
  8. Singer considers it charity to give money to the needy. True   False
  9. Shiva assumes that all development is welcome. True   False

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  1. Advantages to May’s model include: a) it is more effective than shame; b) it motivates key personnel to do their duty; c) it imposes stricter fines; d) it allows for more OSHA visits; e) a & b; f) b & d
  2. Donaldson’s type 1 conflict involves: a) an application of the same standards in the host and home countries; b) a cultural conflict; c) allowing “lower” standards in the host country.
  1. Your favorite topic thus far: a) human rights; b) international business; c) property rights; d) corporate responsibility.
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