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35 One approach to answering this important company values-based question was developed by Levi Strauss & Co., the brand-name apparel manufacturer. In 1993, senior managers in the China Policy Group were deciding whether the company should have a business presence in China, given its human rights problems. Senior management employed the company’s ‘principled reasoning approach’, which is based on the company’s ethical values and newly-adopted global sourcing guidelines, to make a recommendation. This ‘principled reasoning approach’ could be considered as a decision-making model for other companies considering adopting the shared responsibility model. See Lynn S Paine and Jane Palley Katz, ‘Levi Strauss & Co.: Global Sourcing (A)’, Harvard Business School Case 395-127, November 1994 (revised February 1997). The authors thank the editor for this suggestion.