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Administrative Studies
Course
ADMS 1000
Professor
Eytan Lasry
Semester
Fall

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ADMS Notes CH.8 The Canadian Business Enterprise System: Fundamental Features:  All companies have some sort of economic or business enterprise system: o What goods and services are produced and distributed to society o How the goods and services are produced and distributed  Capitalism: economic system based on following principles: o Rights of individual  Individuals have own rights to pursue own self-interests(ie: profits)  Gov’t regulations enforce rules that effect how business owners conduct their affairs(gov’t guidlines of candidate selction) o Rights of private property  Taxation-redistributing wealth in society  Whether a product should be nationalized Gov’t or not  Ie: health care o Competition  Goal of capitalism o The Role of the gov’t?  Laissez faire  Or gov’t restrictions Gov’t as guardian of society:  Tax Collector Role: o Revenue taxes  Individuals taxes  Corporations o Sales tax  Gst o Property Tax o Restrictive Tax  Goods(alcohol and tobacco)  Crown Corporation o Crown Organization: accountable through a minister to parliament  Implements public policy and safeguards national interests:  Air Canada and Petro for transport national interest  To protect vital industries to economy:  CNR: safeguarded gov’ts largest investments in railways  Special services that couldn’t be done by private businesses:  Air Canada established after no company could take the risk and plungeADMS Notes CH.8  Bank of Canada as well controlled by Gov’t to regulate monetary operations in CAN  To nationalize industries considered to be ‘natural monopolies’  Electricity: grids too large to be a privatized company; so gov’t intervenes  LCBO: largest single retailer o Cons to Privatizing: increased crime and alcohol abuse o Pros to Privatizing: jobs created, better locations  The Regulator Role: o Gov’t economic regularities:  Impositions of constraints to modify economy  Ex: Food and Drug acts, Hazardous Products o Imperfect Competition:  Business supply responsive to consumer demand  By allowing individuals to follow self interest they’ll be responsive to consumer needs and capability of the environment  Business aim to reduce competition as a means of prospering and succeeding  Consequently inefficient businesses will remain, and consumers will be forced to accept those types of products or services, at prices dictated by those businesses  Overall society is offered fewer goods they really want, as opposed to high competition which is good o The Public Interest:  CRTC-canadian radio tv and telecoms  Regulates telecoms’ industry and its carriers (ie: Bell )  Responsible for broadcasting licences, requiring other companies to conform to the standards  Competition Burea 8.4:  Fair competition: o Economy works more efficiently o Adaptability to global markets o Chance for newcomers o Consumer choice and competition o Balances interests of all players  Price Fixing  Bid Rigging: prearranged biddings illegal  Misleading rep: false adsADMS Notes CH.8  Deceptive prizes  Tied selling /market restrictions: ie must buy 2 product too  Refusal to deal:  Mergers  Telemarketing  Deceptive marketing Gov’t as Guardian of Private Business Sector  Gov’t Assistance to Private Business o Grants, loans consulting to help businesses  EX: Chrysler 1 billion to save from bankru
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