Business in Politics

The question of how political organizations behave toward business firms has become increasingly prominent because people demand that politicians undertake measures toward the solution of problems like economic crises and the unethical behavior of some corporations. Business firms have to operate according to the political rules determined by local and national governments and international political organizations. This relationship raises various issues such as how governments make political decisions and the effects of lobbying and corruption, as discussed in the sections that follow.

An Overview

Debates on how political decisions impact business firms have been extensive among political interest groups, business firms, and the media, as well as in society in general. It is well known that political organizations decide the political rules and business firms make decisions ...

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