Purchase Solution

International Law and USA Companies

Not what you're looking for?

Ask Custom Question

Look at these concepts below and discuss them...

A: Ethics
B: Governmental regulation

A) In light of ethical, political, and legal responsibilities, please describe how these concepts effect managers?

B) Choose a publicly-traded company which operates in more than one country and pick a couple concepts from above, then tell how the international law would make it harder or easier to operate multi-nationally. Briefly explain what problems a company would have.

Purchase this Solution

Solution Summary

This solution discussed ethics and governmental regulation.

Solution Preview

A) Ethics effect managers in a number of ways. They have to decide on how they will spend the company's money, or will have to choose on whom to retain and terminate. This is no easy task for anyone. However, many also have to find out what other countries are doing, and decide whether or not it is ethical as well as not break international law in the process. Otherwise, the organization could risk losing money, which would include future business relations with those around the world.

Another area that effects managers is ...

Purchase this Solution

Free BrainMass Quizzes
Business Processes

This quiz is intended to help business students better understand business processes, including those related to manufacturing and marketing. The questions focus on terms used to describe business processes and marketing activities.


This Quiz is compiled of questions that pertain to IPOs (Initial Public Offerings)

Employee Orientation

Test your knowledge of employee orientation with this fun and informative quiz. This quiz is meant for beginner and advanced students as well as professionals already working in the HR field.

Lean your Process

This quiz will help you understand the basic concepts of Lean.

Cost Concepts: Analyzing Costs in Managerial Accounting

This quiz gives students the opportunity to assess their knowledge of cost concepts used in managerial accounting such as opportunity costs, marginal costs, relevant costs and the benefits and relationships that derive from them.