Bank Managers Perception of Ethical and Legal Conduct in Emerging Markets During the Post-Crises Period: Evidence From Turkish Banking Sector
The objective of the study was to identify the main ethical dilemmas facing the banking managers; to assess the ethicality of some banking practices as perceived by top managers; to determine the effects of the demographic and institutional dimensions on bank managers’ ethical judgments; to check the overlap and divergence of the authentic norms and banking or criminal law and State Security Court pleas. The findings refute the idea that the banking community has authentic norms or a free space for intentions and interpretations conflicting with the law and indicate that the Turkish bank managers are on the higher end of the ethics scale.
Volume (Year): 5 (2011)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
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