The Management Code of Ethics and Collegial Professionalism Expectations Among U.S. Academy of Management Members
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The authors point to the discrepancy between the rhetoric and the reality of collegial professionalism among U.S. management educators and the consequent erosion of professional, association social capital. They conducted a national survey of 260 Academy faculty members from all regions and determined that there is strong support for increasing educational efforts related to the Academy of Management Code of Ethical Conduct (AMCEC) for the general membership, and targeted to specific responsibilities for untenured faculty and ethical climate workshops for department chairpersons.
Petrick, J. A.,
& Scherer, R. F.
(2000). The Management Code of Ethics and Collegial Professionalism Expectations Among U.S. Academy of Management Members. Proceedings of the International Association for Business and Society, 11, 1-6.