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AFTER A SERIES OF MAJOR CORPORATIONS ADMITTED TO LARGE

AFTER A SERIES OF MAJOR CORPORATIONS ADMITTED TO LARGE

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After a series of major corporations admitted to large accounting irregularities, a public policy research institute conducts a survey to determine whether the public favors increased governmental regulation and oversight of corporations. Which of the following questions will deliver an unbiased response?
 
In light of the recent wave of shocking corporate accounting fraud, should government increase its regulation and oversight of corporations?

Should privately-owned companies be subjected to intrusive governmental regulation and oversight?

Is the government doing enough to protect American shareholders from corporate greed?

None of the above.

10.In a move to improve relations with employees, the human resource manager of a company with multiple departments (marketing, information technology, accounting, etc.) wants to send surveys out to 50 employees. The surveys contain questions about employees' job satisfaction.In order to get the most representative responses, to whom should the manager send the surveys?
 
To 50 employees in a randomly selected department.
To 50 employees selected by an election to represent the workforce.
To 50 employees selected randomly by drawing their names from a pool of all employees.
To the 50 most recent hires.


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