How Business Owner Ethic Affects the Firm


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Over the past several decades, the business world has been shaken by a seemingly endless succession of scandals involving gross violations of the law and ethical standards. In just the past ten years, for example, cases involving Enron and Halliburton have literally shocked the global community as news of multi-million dollar fraud and bribery schemes has come to light. Perhaps most troubling, in this respect, is the fact that these cases have involved corruption at the highest levels of leadership in the organization, including ownership. Somewhat paradoxically, however, a dearth of research exists in terms of explaining how business owner ethic affects the firm. The current study,...
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