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  1. Paved with Good Intentions: Self-Regulation Breakdown After Altruistic Ethical Transgression.Hongyu Zhang, Xin Lucy Liu, Yahua Cai & Xiuli Sun - forthcoming - Journal of Business Ethics:1-21.
    Unethical pro-organizational behavior is unethical behavior driven by an intention to assist an organization. This study is one of the first attempts to examine the consequences of UPB. We argue that such types of behaviors can induce failure in self-regulation and thereby give rise to counterproductive work behavior. Based on self-regulation theory, we theorize that the breakdown in three fundamental mechanisms explains the link between UPB and CWB. Moreover, moral identity internalization can temper these breakdown processes such that employees with (...)
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  • My Company Cares About My Success…I Think: Clarifying Why and When a Firm’s Ethical Reputation Impacts Employees’ Subjective Career Success.Darryl B. Rice, Regina M. Taylor, Yiding Wang, Sijing Wei & Valentina Ge - forthcoming - Journal of Business Ethics:1-19.
    The value of a company’s ethical reputation has become a focal point for management researchers. We seek to join this conversation and extend the research centered on a firm’s ethical reputation. We accomplish this by shifting our focus away from its impact on external stakeholders to its impact on internal stakeholders. To this end, we rely on signaling theory to explain why a firm’s ethical reputation matters to its employees in an effort to bridge the macro–micro research gap. Across two (...)
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  • Exploring the Antecedents of Unethical Pro-organizational Behavior (UPB): A Meta-Analysis.Yuxiang Luan, Kai Zhao, Zheyuan Wang & Feng Hu - forthcoming - Journal of Business Ethics:1-18.
    Scholars have paid so much academic attention to UPB in the past decade. However, there is lacking a quantitative review to uncover the relationship between UPB and its antecedents. To address this, we make a meta-analytic review about UPB. Specifically, we propose a theoretical framework of antecedents of UPB and test it using meta-analysis technology. We found moral disengagement, organizational identification, identification with supervisors, leader UPB, ethical judgments, psychological entitlement, transformational leadership, and job satisfaction are positively related to UPB. Moral (...)
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