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MGT 605 Business, Government, and Society
3 hours; 3 credits
This course proposes to: (1) examine the roles and responsibilities of business in today’s complex global economy, including the interests of various stakeholders; explores social, legislative, regulatory, and judicial processes as expressed in public policy and the options open to business management in anticipating and responding to these forces; (2) integrate concepts of ethical behavior with corporate responsibility; and (3) examine managerial values and corporate culture and the resulting corporate governance as driving forces in the modern business organization. Particular focus on the differences between policy formation in the U.S. as compared to other nations.
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