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Semester Fall 2016
Course Title: Business Ethics
Corse Code: MGT610
Due Date: January 24, 2017
Assignment No 1
Marks = 20
After this activity, students should be able to:
• Know the ethical concepts that are relevant to resolving moral issues in business.
• To impart the reasoning and analytical skills needed to apply ethical concepts to business decisions
• To identify the moral issues involved in the management of specific problem areas in business
Learning Outcomes:
After this activity, student will become able;
• To comprehend the real world scenario with the theoretical base knowledge
• To see practical implications of the learned theories of ethical practices
• To understand local problems and solve it, which leads towards the elucidation of global issues
• To cognize how law can be derived from the basic principles of ethics
Topic: Consumer Protection Act & Business Ethics
Read the following head/article 22 of Consumer Protection Act 2005 and give answer to the question.
22. Prohibition on bait advertisement.–
(1) No person shall, in trade, advertise or supply at a specified price products or services which that person–
(a) does not intend to offer for supply; or
(b) does not have reasonable grounds for believing that they can be supplied at that price for a period that is, and in quantities that are, reasonable having regard to the nature of the market in which the person carries on business and the nature of the advertisement.
(2) Any person who has advertised products or services for supply at a specified price shall offer such products or services for supply at that price for a period that is, and in quantities that are reasonable having regard to the nature of the market in which the person carries on business and the nature of the advertisement.
It is observed many times that one product is available in higher price, contradictory to the printed price on the product. On asking the shopkeeper, the usual reply is that it happened due to increase in price by whole seller or distributor, and wholesaler and distributor argue that they are not responsible for it and manufacturer is sole responsible for this increase.
Manufacturer of the product is solely responsible for this act. As per the article 22 Consumer Protection Act 2005, is this act unlawful or unethical? Explain your answer in the light of given article and your understanding about business ethics.
Marks distribution = (5+15 = 20)
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anyone has answer??

very confusing assignment .

somehow the article is not going with the example given. Also the question is confusing and unclear.

kindly discuss about the assingment

We need to discuss whether the manufacturer is responsible for this price increase or other members in the supply chain.

sol plz

kisi nae nhe ki assingment kia

Mgt610  idea solution..

The fact that something is legal doesn’t make it ethical. You might think it’s obvious, but it’s not, as evidenced by the fact that a former student recently told me that his Finance professor explicitly told him that if something is legal, it’s ethical…full stop. Of course, the student — my student — knew better, and related the story to me while rolling his eyes.

So let’s make the case explicitly, and explain why legality doesn’t determine ethics.

First, we can proceed by enumerating a few counter-examples:

  1. Most kinds of lying are perfectly legal, but lying is generally recognized as being unethical;
  2. Breaking promises is generally legal, but is widely thought of as unethical;
  3. Cheating on your husband or wife or boyfriend or girlfriend is legal, but unethical, though the rule against it is perhaps more honoured in the breach;
  4. …and so on.

So, if you want to hold that what is legal is also ethical, you’ve got to bite an awful lot of bullets, and accept as ethical a lot of behaviours that you very likely don’t want to accept.

Of course, it could be that the aforementioned Finance professor wasn’t making a general claim about the relationship between ethics and law at all, but was instead making a more subtle point about ethical standards in competitive domains. After all, ethical rules are different in adversarial situations, and it might well be argued that in the highly-regulated world of commerce, businesses should feel justified in helping themselves to whatever strategies aren’t specifically outlawed.

But that rationale is, at best, incomplete, and leaves open a different line of argumentation, one that applies even within competitive domains, and one that should truly drive a stake through the heart of the “legal=ethical” nonsense.

The ultimate disproof lies in the hidden circularity of the Finance professor’s argument, which we can illuminate by contemplating the process by which something is made illegal.

Consider: on what general basis is something made illegal? Let’s set aside cases of unscrupulous legislators passing laws simply to benefit themselves or their friends. In all legitimate cases of lawmaking, the law always has a moral purpose — generally, either to make people’s lives better and safer (e.g., seatbelt laws) or to protect some important right (e.g., food-labelling laws).

But if the aforementioned Finance professor were right, there would be no possibility of finding a moral rationale for any new law. After all, according to him, if a behaviour is legal (right now) then it is ethically OK (right now). On what basis could new laws ever be passed? Certainly not on ethical grounds, because per hypothesis if something is currently legal is must be ethically OK. What if some horrible new toxin is discovered, the use of which by industry would pose significant risks to workers or consumers? Should it be banned? According to the Finance professor, it cannot be. After all, using it is legal, so it must be ethical; and if it’s ethical, it cannot be made illegal.

Anyone who tells you, or simply implies, that whatever is legal is also ethical is most likely indulging in self-serving rationalizations. When that idea comes up in the private sector, it’s likely that someone is trying to justify some profitable behaviour that is unethical but not-yet illegal. When that same idea comes up in academic circles, it’s more likely the self-interest they are trying to preserve is their own interest in avoiding the hard work of figuring out which business behaviours are unethical, and why.


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