Moral reasoning and learning outcomes in undergraduate business education
a cross-cultural exploration
As the economy lumbers out of its global slump, scholars, business school administrations, and societal and other stakeholders at all levels continue to scrutinize business education, particularly in the area of ethical decision making and behavior. Competition for employment is fierce, and corporate leaders are called to account for outcomes across the triple bottom line of financial, ethical, and environmental performance.
McManus Warnell, J. (2016)., Moral reasoning and learning outcomes in undergraduate business education: a cross-cultural exploration, in M. C. Coutinho De Arruda & B. Rok (eds.), Understanding ethics and responsibilities in a globalizing world, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 257-281.
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