Assess the MNC employment practices, human rights, environmental pollution, and corruption history

Section I (2 pages)

Do an assessment of the ethical issues in the history of this MNC. Assess their employment practices, human rights, environmental pollution, and corruption history. Find and show examples with citations to illustrate your finding. (Chapter 5)

Section II (2 pages)

Locate or attempt to explain what this MNC’s code of ethics is. What is the ethical history of the leadership? Evaluate their commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility. (Chapter 5)

Section III (2 pages)

Complete an assessment of the governmental trade policies of the MNC’s country of origin (Korea). How would you grade these policies on a scale of Mercantilism versus free trade? Use research to show how you reached your conclusion. (Chapter 6)

Section IV (2 pages)

How have the following elements of international read theory influenced the business model of the MNC under study? Especially be sure to discuss Product Life-Cycle, New Trade Theory and Porter’s Diamond of National Advantage (pages 177-186)

Section V (2 pages)

Examine New Trade Theory and Strategic Trade Policy and how they have been embraced by the MNC’s country of origin (Chapter 7).

Use of APA & References

The student uses APA format to include a front page, double space, a consistent font, headers, page numbers, and headings (titles and subtitles). Students use APA to include in-text citations and reference entries. All references must be cited in two places—within the body of your paper and on a separate reference list. Choose references judiciously and cite them accurately. Cite all sources using APA format. You must use no fewer than six library resources outside of your textbook.

Writing and Style

The student is in control of grammar and style, including spelling, punctuation, and concordance. The student makes limited use of first-person narratives and contractions. Content is free of idioms, colloquialisms, and clichés.
PS: Include a short introduction and conclusion.

Required Textbooks

The following books are required for this course:

International Business: Competing in the Global Marketplace


Charles W. L. Hill and G. Tomas M. Hult

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