Journal of Business Ethics 8 (10):747 - 771 (1989)

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A study of 513 executives researched decisions involving ethics, relationships and results. Analyzing personal values, organization role and level, career stage, gender and sex role with decisions in ten scenarios produced conclusions about both the role of gender, subjective values, and the other study variables and about situational relativity, gender stereotypes, career stages, and future research opportunities.
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Personal Values and Business Decisions.J. Burnett & A. Karson - 1987 - Journal of Business Ethics 6:371-382.

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