In ' Relativism and the Moral Obligations of Multinational Corporations' Norman Bowie concludes with the following claim, " If Romans are to do business with the Japanese, then whether in Rome or Tokyo, there is a morality to which members of the business community in both Rome and Tokyo must subscribe-even if the Japanese and the Romans differ on other issues of morality"
Critically evaluate Bowie's arguments for this claim. Is he right in your opinion?
He is right because business should be conducted based upon trust, respect, and honest business practices. These are universal practices that transcend culture or ethnicity despite cultural differences. A person in Japan understands the tenets of honesty as much as someone ...
An evaluation of Bowie's arguments.