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January 2011 Ethics Center Newsletter

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 Ethics In Sourcing

A student intern working on a marketing project for a retailer must decide whether to purchase inexpensive T-shirts from China or fair-trade T-shirts from a company headquartered locally.  This case study was written by Meghan Skarzynski, an SCU senior finance major and a 2010-11 Hackworth Fellow at the Center.


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"Worlds in Collision? Doing Business and Investing in Asia " - Original photo from poeloq, available under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial license.
"Gifts to Public Officials" - Original photo from greenlagirl, available under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial license