This course examines significant issues in business ethics and the forms they take in different cultures. A stakeholder approach is adopted and attention is focused on firms' relationships with four important stakeholders: employees, consumers, governments, and communities. Skills at stakeholder analyses are developed through the application of various ethical theories to case studies of problems encountered in different cultures. Creativity in resolving conflicts among stakeholders with different values and interests is fostered through participation in experiential negotiation exercises. Graduate standing required. Executive MBA and Professional MBA students only.