Behavioral business ethics [Texte imprimé] : shaping an emerging field / edited by David De Cremer, Ann E. Tenbrunsel.

ISBN: 978-0-415-87324-6 (rel)
0-415-87324-X
Note de bibliographie: Bibliogr. en fin de chapitres. Index.
Table des matières: P. 1 Section 1, Introduction P. 3 Chapter 1, On understanding the need for a behavioral business ethics approach / David De Cremer and Ann E. Tenbrunsel P. 15 Section 2, A view of behavioral business ethics P. 17 Chapter 2, The good, the bad and the ugly : what behavioral business ethics researchers ought to be studying / Arthur P. Brief P. 45 Section 3, Ethics and social context P. 47 Chapter 3, Behavioral business ethics : taking context seriously / Marshall Schminke and Manuela Priesemuth P. 81 Chapter 4, Who is leading the leader ? Follower influence on leader ethicality / Morela Hernandez and Sim B. Sitkin P. 103 Section 4, Fairness and morality P. 105 Chapter 5, About behaving (un) ethically : self-interest, deception and fairness / Eric van Dijk, Erik W. de Kwaadsteniet and Lukas Koning P. 123 Chapter 6, Deonance : behavioral ethics and moral obligation / Robert Folger P. 143 Chapter 7, Moral foundations at work : new factors to consider in understanding the nature and role of ethics in organizations / Gary R. Weaver and Michael E. Brown P. 173 Chapter 8, Defining behavioral business ethics : the role of morality in business organizations / Tom R. Tyler P. 199 Section 5, Bounded ethicality P. 201 Chapter 9, Ethical immunity : how people violate their own moral standards without feeling they are doing so.../ Jason Dana, George Loewenstein and Roberto Weber P. 221 Chapter 10, Ethical discrepancy : changing our attitudes to resolve moral dissonance / Lisa L. Shu, Francesca Gino and Max H. Bazerman
Résumé ou extrait: "This book takes a look at how and why individuals display unethical behavior. It emphasizes the actual behavior of individuals rather than the specific business practices. It draws from work on psychology which is the scientific study of human behavior and thought processes. As Max Bazerman said, "efforts to improve ethical decision making are better aimed at understanding our psychological tendencies." "--Provided by publisher
"This book presents a collection of chapters that contribute significantly to the field of business ethics by promoting much needed insights into the motives that drive people to act ethically or unethically. It acknowledges that business ethics plays a pivotal role in the way business is conducted and adds insights derived from a behavioral view that will make us more aware of morality andprovide recommendations into how we can improve our actions"--Provided by publisher
Bibliothèque Cote Statut Date de retour prévue Code barres Format
BU Vauban EDHEC Business School Lille  111.94 BEH  Disponible   --   00077745   Monographie imprimée