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Department
Management
Course
MGM102H5
Professor
Dave Swanston
Semester
Winter

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Chapter 8: pg 162 Role of Government in Business Gov activities divided into 6 categories: • Crown Corporations : Company that is owned by federal or provincial government o Created to bail out major industry in trouble • Laws and Regulations: cover from taxation and consumer protection to environmental controls, working conditions, and labour – management relations. o Laws derived from 4 sources: constituition, precedents established by judges, provincial and federal statues, and federal and provincial administrative agencies • Taxation and Financial Policies: all levels of gov collect taxes. Is fine tuned by gov to achieve certain goals or to give effect to certain policies  fiscal policy o Tax revenue used to pay for public services and fund gov operations and programs, susidies o 4 major tax base revenues: income(personal and businesses), sales, property • Gov Expenditures: paying out to citizens, when citizens spend this money – businesses benefit. • Purchasing Policies: gov are large purchasers of ordinary supplies, services, and materials to operate the company. • Services: direct/indirect activities – among them helping companies go international, bringing companies to Canada, training and retraining the workforce, providing a comprehensive statistics National Policy: gov directive that placed high tariffs on imports from United States to protect Canadian manufacturing which had higher costs. Privatization: process of governments selling crown corporations Federal Gov Responsibilities: trade, incorporation, taxation, banking and monetary system, national defence, unemployment, immigration, criminal law, fisheries Marketing Boards: organizations that control the supply or pricing of certain agricultural products in Canada Provincial Gov Responsibilities: provincial trade and commerce, natural resources within their boundaries, direct taxation for provincial purposes, licensing for revenue purposes, health and social services, municipal affairs, property law, labour law and education Municipalities: protects consumers. Services such as : water supply, sewage and garbage disposal, roads, sidewalks, street lighting, building codes, parks etc. Fiscal Policy: federal gov’s effort to keep economy stable by increasing or decreasing taxes or government spending Deficit: occurs when gov spends over and above amount it gathers in taxes for a specific period of time (fiscal year) Surplus: excess of revenues over expenditures National Debt (Federal Debt): accumulation of government surpluses and deficits over time Federal Budget: comprehensive report that reveals government financial policies for coming year Monetary Policy: management of money supply and interest rates Subprime mortgages: loans targeted at people who couldn’t qualify for regular mortgages b/c their credit records were not good enough or they did not have credit history Transfer payments: direct payments from government to other governments or to individuals Equalization: federal government program for reducing fiscal disparities among provinces Industrial Policy: comprehensive, coordinated government plan to guide and revitalize economy Need for Laws Criminal Law: crimes, establishes punishments and regulates investigation and prosecution of people accused of committing crimes Civil Law: legal proceedings that do not involve criminal acts Business Law: rules, statues, codes and regulations that are established to provide a legal framework within which business may be conducted and that are enforceable by court action Statutory and Common Law Chapter 8: pg 162 Statutory Law: federal and provincial legislative enactments, treaties of federal government and written law Common Law: body of law that comes from decisions handed down by judges, - unwritten law Precedent: decisions judges have made in earlier cases that guide the handling of new cases Law made under delegated authority: administrative agencies Administrative age
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