Moral climate in business firms: A conceptual framework for analysis and change [Book Review]

Journal of Business Ethics 17 (11):1211-1226 (1998)
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This paper introduces a new conceptual framework for studying moral climate in business firms, offering an alternative to other theoretical models currently in the literature. The framework integrates recent advances in organizational climate theory into a new conceptualization of the moral climate construct that explains how moral climates evolve in organizations and suggests moral climate change.
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