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Author Tompkins, Teri C. (Teri Colleen), author

Title Caught at the crossroads of culture : Utah Asphalt in China / Teri C. Tompkins, Julie A. Chesley, Terri D. Egan
Published London : Pepperdine University, Graziadio School of Business and Management, 2019
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Series SAGE Knowledge. Cases
SAGE Knowledge. Cases
Summary Daniel Wang, educated in China, submitted an expense report for USD 72,000 along with a USD 4 million contract for asphalt material to his boss at Utah Asphalt company. Embedded in the expense report was USD 16,850 for "entertainment fees," which Daniel felt was necessary to secure the contract from officials in a Chinese city. When his boss, Jack, demanded that Daniel stop unethically "bribing" government officials, Daniel was offended and worried that the company might be compromised if he could not continue to woo the customer. Why didn't Jack understand?
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Subject Wang, Daniel, active 2019
Utah Asphalt
International business enterprises -- Moral and ethical aspects -- China -- Case studies.
International business enterprises -- Moral and ethical aspects -- Utah -- Case studies.
International business enterprises -- Social aspects -- China -- Case studies.
International business enterprises -- Social aspects -- Utah -- Case studies.
Genre/Form Case studies.
Form Electronic book
Author Chesley, Julie A., author
Egan, Terri D., author
ISBN 1526479559
9781526479556 (ebook)