Master's Culminating Experience
This empirical cross-cultural research was conducted to confirm four hypotheses. The hypotheses included: 1) For American managers there will be at least a 0.55 correlation or more among their ethics, economic, and management attitudes; 2) American managers more than Danish managers will tend to emphasize control in their ethics, economic, and management attitudes; 3) Danish managers more than American managers will exhibit emphasis and correlation among Virtue Ethics, Community Capitalism, and Human Relations theories and attitudes; 4) Danish managers more than American managers will exhibit extreme managerial practice attitudes according to the Competing Values Framework. The limits of the research and future research opportunities are delineated by the author.
Jensen, A. K.
(2002). Handling Competing Values in Ethics, Economics, & Management: A Cross-Cultural Empirical Study of American & Danish Managerial Attitudes. .