Assessing some determinant effects of ethical consulting behavior: The case of personal and professional values [Book Review]

Journal of Business Ethics 12 (6):449 - 458 (1993)
Abstract
A random sample of 207 national business consultants is employed to test the effects of individual values and professional ethics on consulting behavior. The results suggest that the individual values held by consultants are positively correlated with professional ethics, but are negatively correlated with consulting behavior. Moreover, there appears to be no significant relationship between the professional ethics of consultants and business consulting behavior. Findings and issues regarding the effectiveness of codes of ethics and implications for both the provider and recipient of professional consulting services are discussed
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