Managerial Ethics: Moral Management of People and Processes

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Author Index

A
Adams, J. S., 50, 57, 14, 31, 32
Adams, M., 119, 128
Aiello, J. R., 61, 69-71, 74, 75, 78
Ajzen, I., 201, 203, 212, 213
Albaek, E., 207, 212
Alder, G. S., 44, 57, 62, 64, 74, 78
Alderman, E., 38, 57
Alexander, S., 102, 112
Allen, R. W., 134, 140, 152, 154, 172, 174
Allinson, R. E., 115, 128
Ambrose, M., 44, 57
Angel, N. F., 62, 78
Angle, H. L., 154, 174
Anson, R., 179, 184, 185, 193
Argyris, D. E., 91, 95
Arrow, K. J., 25, 32
Arvey, R. D., 100, 112
Asch, S. E., 181, 193
Asher, J., 85, 95
Atkinson, M. M., 207, 212
Austin, T., 125, 131
Axelrod, R., 116, 128

B
Bacharach, S. B., 133, 150
Bahrami, H., 156, 160, 174
Ball, G. A., 100-103, 110, 112-114
Barksdale vs. IBM72, 78
Barnhart, R. K., 156, 172
Baron, R. A., 26, 29, 32, 33, 101, 110, 112
Barrick, L. J., 91, 95
Bartunek, J. M., 207, 213
Bass, B. M., 164, 172
Bassi, L. J., 90, 95
Bayles, M. D., 169, 172
Bazerman, M. H., 204, 205, 213
Beauchamp, T. L., 189, 193
Behson, S., 48, 50, 59
Beise, C. M., 179, 194
Bem, D. J., 160, 171, 172
Benbasat, I., 178, 180, 193
Benson, G., 90, 95
Bentham, J., 107, 112
Beranek, P. M., 179, 194
Bergsman, S., 90, 95
Berscheid, E., 15, 34
Beyer, J. M., 38, 48, 49, 59
Bies, R. J., 6, 11, 26, 33, 73, 78, 110, 112, 137, 138, 151, 152, 155, 165, 166, 172
Bird, F., 153, 175
Birjulin, A., 134, 152
Blake, R. R., 155, 163, 172
Blau, P. M., 109, 112
Blum, L., 158, 172
Blumberg, P., 168, 172
Blumstein, P., 157, 173
Bockanic, W. N., 43, 44, 57
Boettger, R. D., 189, 195
Bok, S., 170, 172
Bommer, M., 201, 209, 213
Bonoma, T. V., 157, 175
Bontempo, R., 105, 112
Borman, D. E., 82, 83, 85, 95
Bormann, C. A., 134, 152
Bostrom, R. P., 179, 193
Bottorff, D.L., 115, 128
Bounds, G. M., 115, 119, 128
Bowen, D. E., 85, 95

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