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hierarchical relationship or logical ordering of information.

Major Case Paper Outline_Ethical Issues In International Business

Major Case Paper Outline_Ethical Issues In International Business

The below is the outline of the research paper to show the hierarchical relationship or logical ordering of information.


The title summarizes the paper’s main idea and identifies the variables under discussion and the relationship between them. Our topic of research is Ethical Issues In International Business.


In this section, we are going to provide a brief summary of Ethical Issues In International Business like

· Why do we care about Ethics in International Business Environment

· Problems/Issues in the International context, as most cultures and nations hold entirely different standards of both law and ethics.

Which allows the readers to quickly review the main points and purpose of the paper.


In this section, we are presenting the introductory topics like business ethics, competition in international business, how ethical problems affects an organization’s economic and social performance, differences between nations from an economic, cultural, political and social point of view.

Review of Literature

In this section, we are reviewing and providing important information after going through the description, summary and evaluation of each source we presented in the References section. All the sources are peer-reviewed journals.


In this section, we are discussing the problems that the paper addresses like standards for employment practices, Corruption, Human Rights, Pollution. In addition, the role of united nations, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and Internation Labor Organization were as well discussed.


In this section, we restate the problem the paper addresses and conclude that though the investments and time put into resolving ethical issues in the International Business context may not be profitable at all time, but frequently generate substantial losses, especially on a long term.

Personal Thoughts

In this section, we present the important observations noted in the internal group discussions which were carried out, as they are relevant and contributed to the presentation and logical ordering of information.


All the sources presented in this section are peer-reviewed journals which attributed for the Group’s attention to detail and the ability to discern patterns and make connections.

Fritzsche, D. J. (1990). Emerging Ethical Issues in International Business. SAM Advanced Management Journal (07497075)55(4), 42.

Guvenli, T., & Sanyal, R. (2002). Ethical Concerns in International Business: Are Some Issues More Important than Others?. Business & Society Review (00453609)107(2), 195.

Iyer, G. R. (2001). International exchanges as the basis for conceptualizing ethics in international business. Journal of Business Ethics, 31(1), 3-24. Retrieved from

Robertson, C. J., & Athanassiou, N. (2009). Exploring business ethics research in the context of international business. Management Research News, 32(12), 1130-1146. doi: