Case Study

Timberland: Business alliances in China

4 pages
December 2001
Reference: IMD-3-1063

This case addresses the issue of corporate ethics and the social responsibility of decision-making processes companies face while doing business in China. The central question of the case is how should Timberland address the challenge of applying its Guiding Working Standards principles in a country widely known for abuse of human and labor rights

Keywords
Corporate Governance, Ethical Conflict, Globalization, Non-Governmental Organization, Clothing
Settings
China
1999
Type
Published Sources
Copyright
© 2001
Available Languages
English
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