Regulating for ethical culture

by Linda K. Treviño, Jonathan Haidt, Azish E. Filabi
May 23, 2018

Author Affiliation

Treviño: Smeal College of Business, The Pennsylvania
State University. Haidt: New York
University Stern School of Business. Filabi:
Ethical Systems. Corresponding author’s e-mail:
[email protected]

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