The Cheating Culture: Global Societal Phenomenon Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Today, the future business leaders face in the beginning of his academic career to the history-making events that have a profound impact on the global economic system. These students are exposed to conduct business as they unfold, and as such may be living in the age of "cheating culture", in which all the cheats because everyone else is doing it. Business students from around the world completed the scale of fraud culture as part of a larger study investigating students' attitudes toward capitalism and business ethics. The findings suggest that the culture of cheating is not only capitalist phenomenon and that behavioral differences are in the floor, the land of corruption and socio-economic environment. Future business leaders around the world, which are formed by the news reports of the scandal, are also taught the basics of the business world. Unfortunately, they can learn the culture of cheating is inextricably combined with best business practices. "Hide
by Victoria L. Crittenden, Richard K. Hahn, Robert A. Peterson Source: Business Horizons 10 pages. Publication Date: July 15, 2009. Prod. #: BH336-PDF-ENG

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