Which of the following is true of gatekeepers?
They are not bound to ethical duties.
Investors and boards are examples of gatekeepers.
They serve as intermediaries between market participants.
They are not responsible for ensuring conformance to fairness in the marketplace.
Which of the following is the final step in the ethical decision-making process?
Identifying the ethical issues involved
Monitoring and learning from outcomes
Considering how a decision affects stakeholders
Identifying key stakeholders
Which of the following explains the term “satisficing?”
Striving to select only the best alternative
Following simplified decision rules
Selecting the alternative simply because it is the easy way out
Selecting the alternative that meets minimum decision criteria
When does issue identification become the first step in the ethical decision-making process?
When you are not accountable for the decision
When you are solely responsible for a decision
When you are presented with an issue from the start
Under all circumstances
Which omission occurs when decision makers fail to notice gradual variations over time?