Ethical decision making: A cross-cultural comparison
International Journal of Value-Based Management
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The purpose of this study is to compare the ethical decision making of respondents from two different cultures. Perceived organizational support for ethical decision making was also compared. The samples include residents of South Florida, United States of America and Jamaica, West Indies. Respondents were employed full time. Results indicate that for the majority of business dilemmas presented, no significant differences were found. Implications for these findings are discussed.
Sims, Randi L., "Ethical decision making: A cross-cultural comparison" (1996). HCBE Faculty Articles. 144.