BUS 325 DISCUSSION REPLYPOST TO MICA HUNDLEY

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INSTRUCTIONS:

Please respond to the following:

Which of the following do you feel is the best approach when dealing with foreign bribery? Why?
Ethical Relativism: There are no universal or international rights and wrongs; it all depends on a particular culture’s values and beliefs.
Ethical Absolutism: You follow your own cultural values no matter where you are.
Ethical Universalism: There are fundamental principles of right and wrong that transcend cultural boundaries, and MNEs must adhere to these values.
Which of these ethical viewpoints might advocate criminalizing foreign bribery? Do you think that foreign bribery should be criminalized? Justify your response. Be sure to respond to at least one of your classmates posts.

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STUDENTS POST BELOW…..

The best approach when dealing with foreign bribery is the ethical universalism method. I think this method can be implemented with the organization’s code of conduct and various compliance training. Ethical Universalism can be applied to any industry. Ethical Universalism can transcend culture and MNEs to maintain these values. I think most of these ethical viewpoints might advocate criminalizing foreign bribery to view and comprehend the cultural environment of the country. I think that bribery in any form relativism, absolutism, and universalism is wrong. I think any form of bribery should be criminalized and the organizations involved should be pursued with legal matters. I think one setback is the host countries’ cultures where officials rely on bribes to get what they want. This is not an effective way for a company to enter the international market. This action can tarnish the reputation and brand recognition of its consumers. This can result In a loss of profits for the company that they may not be able to recover from