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The Panalba Role Playing Case

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  • JS Armstrong

    (The Wharton School - University of Pennsylvania)

Abstract

The Panalba Role Playing Case was designed to get participants to examine their behavior in a situation where their role can lead them to act in a socially irresponsible manner. A description of the case is provided along with instructions to the administrator. Much research has been done on this case, allowing subjects to compare their behavior with that of previous subjects.

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  • JS Armstrong, 2004. "The Panalba Role Playing Case," General Economics and Teaching 0412029, EconWPA.
  • Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwpgt:0412029
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    1. Armstrong, J. Scott, 1977. "Social irresponsibility in management," Journal of Business Research, Elsevier, vol. 5(3), pages 185-213, September.
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    1. JS Armstrong, 2004. "Teacher vs. Learner Responsibility in Management Education," General Economics and Teaching 0412020, EconWPA.
    2. JS Armstrong, 2004. "The Natural Learning Project," General Economics and Teaching 0412021, EconWPA.
    3. JS Armstrong, 2004. "Designing and Using Experiential Exercises," General Economics and Teaching 0412022, EconWPA.
    4. JS Armstrong, 2005. "The Manager’s Dilemma: Role Conflict in Marketing," General Economics and Teaching 0502042, EconWPA.

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    Keywords

    panalba; role playing; socially responsible behavior;

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    • A - General Economics and Teaching

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