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Case
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Reference no. 387-001-1
Authors: Jack Eaton (Aberystwyth University Business School)
Published in: 1987

Abstract

The case is intended as a cautionary tale about granting of credit by suppliers. In so doing it directs attention at internal corporate policies concerning contracts, levels and degrees of managerial responsibility and accountability, the use of bills of exchange and how far to rely on advisers. In these days when many management text books stress ethics, it is salutary warning that many do not play by these rules.
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Small
Other setting(s):
1984

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Abstract

The case is intended as a cautionary tale about granting of credit by suppliers. In so doing it directs attention at internal corporate policies concerning contracts, levels and degrees of managerial responsibility and accountability, the use of bills of exchange and how far to rely on advisers. In these days when many management text books stress ethics, it is salutary warning that many do not play by these rules.

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Location:
Size:
Small
Other setting(s):
1984

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