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By Jacek Sojka, Jacek Sójka, Johan Wempe

Increasingly businesses' stakeholders require enterprises to monitor foreign criteria prescribed by means of overseas legislation, treaties, conventions, suggestions, and/or codes of behavior. The papers chosen for this quantity discover 1) the moral pressures on overseas company to satisfy the demanding situations of range, 2) advised tools of dealing with variety, and three) the demanding situations required to beat company self-interest within the look for new tools. jointly those articles replicate scholarly insights and company responses to variety in overseas enterprise, a subject matter of broad curiosity in modern company ethics.

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I don't believe in it, it is not right. We are not here primarily to rob a lot of people of their money. We are here to provide a service to people who need what we provide. We are not here to dream up some product and go and sell it to people who don't need it. Don't believe in that. That's not how I personally work and that, by its definition, goes down through the company. " I say: "We make what people want us to make". We don't dream up a product and then go and market it to people who don't need it.

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The motives of actors will still have to be judged independently of the strategy in order to determine the moral acceptability of a given strategy. Social and ethics-based strategies provide new and exciting opportunities to reconceptualize the role of the firm in society. Certainly, such strategies are not without pitfalls, but they have the potential of increasing overall social welfare. The motives behind such strategies are often mixed, but no particular set of motives can be attributed to the strategic focus other than a concern to take into account the impact of a program on the firm.

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