Perception of Ethical Behaviour among Business Studies Students
The research on business students’ attitudes toward some ethical aspects is presented. Although the research dealt with students’ (future business persons’) perceptions of managerial ethics in general, the part of the research that focused on some of the ethically questionable students’ practices (e. g. cheating) is presented in the paper.
|This chapter was published in: Suzana Sedmak & Bojan Nastav , , pages 1175-1189, 2010.|
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