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|Title:||Ethical Climate in a Non-Profit Organization: Propositions and Implications|
Malloy, David C.
|Keywords:||Ethical Climate;non-profit sector|
|Citation:||Malloy, David C. and James Agarwal (2001), “Factors Influencing Ethical Climate in a Non-Profit Organization: Research Propositions,” Non-Profit Management and Leadership, Vol. 12, Issue 1, September, pp. 39-54.|
|Abstract:||The authors discuss a number of variables that may influence the perception of ethical climate in the nonprofit sector, including individual, organizational, and significant other (peers, coworkers, and superiors) variables. The basis of this discussion is the model developed by Agarwal and Malloy (1999) identifying a framework for nonprofits that is distinct from the for-profit orientation. The authors provide ten propositions and discuss their implications.|
|Description:||Publisher's source must be acknowledged. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/nml.12104/abstractPost print downloaded 12/03/2014|
|Appears in Collections:||Agarwal, James|
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