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Chapter 13 : Ethical Decision Making : Where We ' ve Been and Where We ' re Going

@inproceedings{Tenbrunsel2009Chapter1,
  title={Chapter 13 : Ethical Decision Making : Where We ' ve Been and Where We ' re Going},
  author={Ann E. Tenbrunsel and Kristin Smith-Crowe},
  year={2009}
}
Research on ethical decision making, or behavioral ethics, in organizations has developed from a small niche area to a burgeoning stand-alone field, one that has gained not only in number of articles written but in the legitimacy of the topic and the field. Our review motivated us to first try and summarize the field, not by comparing it to existing theoretical paradigms, but rather by observing what the data were telling us. We present our summary in the form of a model of ethical decision… Expand

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