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dc.contributor.authorPhau, Ian
dc.contributor.authorKea, Hwee Ping
dc.contributor.editorAdee Athiyaman
dc.contributor.editorElias Shehadie
dc.identifier.citationKea, Hwee Ping and Phau, Ian. 2005. A Cross National Study of Attitudes toward Business Ethics among University Students, in A. Athiyaman and E. Shehadie (ed), Proceedings of Australian Business and Behavioural Sciences Association (ABBSA) Conference, Aug 5-7 2005, pp. 538-557. Cairns, Qld: James Cook University.

This paper presents a cross-national study of attitudes of university students toward business ethics in three countries: Australia, Singapore and Hong Kong. Results showed that the attitudes toward business ethics to be significantly different among the three countries. Respondents who practised their religion tend to consider themselves more ethically minded than those who do not. Additional findings on gender have also revealed significant differences between the males and females for respondents in Singapore and Australia. Males are generally considered more ethical than females across the three countries studied.

dc.publisherJames Cook University
dc.subjectEthical attitudes and values
dc.subjectBusiness ethics
dc.titleA Cross National Study of Attitudes toward Business Ethics among University Students
dc.typeConference Paper
dcterms.source.titleBuilding Relations among Disciplines
dcterms.source.seriesBuilding Relations among Disciplines
dcterms.source.conferenceAustralian Business and Behavioural Sciences Association (ABBSA)
dcterms.source.conference-start-dateAug 5 2005
dcterms.source.conferencelocationCairns, Australia
dcterms.source.placeTownsville, Australia
curtin.departmentSchool of Marketing
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