Policies that affect the supply, demand, and value of a nation’s currency are:
The primary way of accomplishing public policy is through:
The Mullahs in Iran is an example of the power of government derived from:
Governments being asked to ban the use of cell phones by drivers are examples of a public policy:
Deregulation is often:
Studies show that texting while driving is:
Public policy is a basic set of goals, plans and actions undertaken by:
Government’s role is to create and enforce laws that:
Patterns of government taxing and spending that are intended to stimulate or support the economy are:
Total social regulation costs are:
When a government orders companies not to conduct business in another country because of a war, human rights violations, or lack of a legitimate government; these orders are called:
Managers’ understanding of government regulations is:
Which car company did not seek bailout loans from the U.S. government following the 2009 worldwide economic recession?
Firms in the chemical industry, which must contend with frequently changing environmental regulations and the risk of dangerous accidents, usually have:
The information strategy tool most used by business is:
Lobbyists, under U.S. law, must disclose their:
When a business seeks to overturn a law after it has been passed or threatens to challenge the legal legitimacy of the new regulation in the courts, this is called:
Companies have been permitted to contribute to political action committees since:
Trade associations are:
In a 2011 Harris poll, how many people believed that political action committees were seen as too powerful?
To influence government policymakers’ actions, an information strategy involves:
When managers become personally involved in developing public policy, the firm is at what level of business political involvement?
A corporate political strategy does not:
One of the most common financial-incentive strategy tools is:
Which of the following is not a constituency-building strategy tool?
Advocacy ads are also called:
A common tactic in a financial-incentive political strategy is:
When a firm solicits its stockholders for political contributions for a particular candidate by letter and then sends those contributions to the candidate on behalf of its stockholders, it is called: