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Business Students and Ethics: A Meta-Analysis
Given the proliferation of research regarding the ethical development of students in general, and business students in particular, it is difficult to draw conclusions from the contradictory resultsExpand
The ethical attitudes of students as a function of age, sex and experience
In this paper, we explore whether the ethical positions of students are firmly entrenched when they enter college, or do they change due to maturity, experience to ethical discussions in coursework,Expand
Transfer pricing of intangible property: Harmony and discord across five countries
Abstract Transnational corporations (TNCs) regard transfer pricing as the most important tax issue confronting them in the immediate future. Coupled with the increase in the number and type ofExpand
The transfer pricing concerns of developed and developing countries
Abstract Are concerns about transfer pricing, income shifting, and inequitable tax allocations exaggerated in recent accounting and tax literature? A survey of 47 countries provides evidence thatExpand
An analysis (meta- and otherwise) of multinational transfer pricing research
Abstract Existing research does not fully explain the relationships between environmental and organizational factors, and transfer pricing method choice by multinational corporations. TraditionalExpand
An Analysis of Statistical Power in Behavioral Accounting Research
Attention to statistical power and effect size can improve the design and the reporting of behavioral accounting research. Three accounting journals representative of current empirical behavioralExpand
Ethics and the Accounting Publishing Process: Author, Reviewer, and Editor Issues
Are codes of ethics needed to guide author, reviewer and editor publishing practices in accounting journals? What practices are considered unethical, and to what extend do they occur? A survey ofExpand
Mentoring in health administration: the critical link in executive development.
  • A. Walsh, S. Borkowski
  • Political Science, Medicine
  • Journal of healthcare management / American…
  • 1 July 1999
This national study of 540 healthcare managers examined the prevalence of mentoring relationships according to demographic, organizational, and professional variables and appeared to influence access to promotional opportunities for managers in the healthcare industry and provide a mechanism for executive development. Expand
Gender differences in factors affecting health care administration career development.
Gender differences in organizational and individual factors that have been modeled as influences on career development include financial and nonfinancial benefits, access to training programs, success factors, demographics, and motivating factors underlying education, employment, and career choices are examined. Expand
Cross-gender mentoring and career development in the health care industry.
This study of 223 managers in the health care industry found that mentors influenced the career mobility of female executives and ensured access to promotions within the organization. Expand