Stakeholder Salience and Ethical Views of Small Business Managers

Proceedings of the International Association for Business and Society 16:306-309 (2005)
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Abstract

This study investigates possible links between small-business managers’ perceptions of stakeholder salience and their views of the ethicality of business decisions. Results indicate few if any links between the two concepts exist. They provide evidence that small-business managers make decisions in line with internal viewpoints rather than external pressures.

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