Ethical Decision Making of Future Mexican Managers
This study explores the ethical decision-making process of future Mexican managers by examining a sample of Mexican college business students. Correlations and regression analysis were utilized to analyse survey data. Six ethical frameworks are discussed and evaluated along demographic variables. Findings do not support the influence of gender, education level, or work experience on the ethical decision-making process. The Mexican sample is most strongly influenced by the hermeneutical framework, the belief that they should act as a moral compass in making ethical decisions related to their organization. Results indicate that the process is different between the US and Mexico.
International Review of Advances in Business, Management and Law
Leach-López, M. A.,
Stammerjohan, C. A.,
Stammerjohan, W. W.,
(2018). Ethical Decision Making of Future Mexican Managers. International Review of Advances in Business, Management and Law, 1(1), 85-94.
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