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date: 27 February 2020

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This article considers the key normative issues raised by globalization and describes the implications of these issues for business ethics and public policy. It considers various philosophical approaches to global justice and identifies the consequences of globalization, which include global poverty and outsourcing. It analyzes three additional values posed by globalization: the need for improved transparency and accountability of multilateral institutions, the emphasis on labor standards and the idea of sustainability and environmental justice.

Keywords: globalization, business ethics, public policy, global justice, outsourcing, global poverty, labor standards, environmental justice

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