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Organizational Wrongdoing Key Perspectives and New Directions Ed by Donald Palmer, Kristin Smith-Crowe and Royston Greenwood

Contributor(s): Palmer, Donald [Editor] | Smith-Crowe, Kristin [Editor] | Greenwood, Royston [Editor].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Cambridge Companions to Management. Publisher: Cambridge Cambridge University Press 2016Description: 519p.ISBN: 9781107117716.Subject(s): Organizational ChangeDDC classification: 302.35
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1. The imbalances and limitations of theory and research on organizational wrongdoing / Donald Palmer, Kristin Smith-Crowe, and Royston Greenwood
2. On taking the theoretical substance of outcomes seriously: A meta-conversation / Kristin Smith-Crowe and Teng Zhang
3. Wrong paths to right: defining morality with or without a clear red line / Ryann Manning and Michel Anteby
4. From market enablers to market participants: redefining organizational and political-legal arrangements and opportunities for financial wrongdoing, 1930s-2000 / Harland Prechel and Dadao Hou
5. Wrongdoing and market development: an examination of the distinct roles of trust and distrust / Christopher B. Yenkey
6. Bad apples, bad barrels and bad cellars: a "boundaries" perspective on professional misconduct / Daniel Muzio ... [et al.]
7. S/he blinded me with science: the sociology of scientific misconduct / James N. Baron, Marissa D. King and Olav Sorenson
8. Social networks and organizational wrongdoing in context / Donald Palmer and Celia Moore
9. Falling stars: celebrity, infamy and the fall from (and return to) grace / Timothy G. Pollock, Yuri Mishina and Yeonji Seo
10. Compensation and employee misconduct: the inseparability of productive and counterproductive behavior in firms / Ian Larkin and Lamar Pierce
11. Beware of organizational saints: how a moral self-concept may foster immoral behavior / Blake E. Ashforth and Donald Lange
12. "Is it me? Or is it me?" The role of coactivated multiple identities and identifications in promoting or discouraging workplace crimes / Abhijeet K. Vadera and Michael G. Pratt
13. Consequences of organizational misconduct: too much and too little punishment / Henrich R. Greve and Daphne Teh
14. Who bears the brunt? A review and research agenda for the consequences of organizational wrongdoing for individuals / Jo-Ellen Pozner and Jared D. Harris
15. Organizational wrongdoing and media bias / Marco Clemente, Rodolphe Durand and Joseph Porac
16. Ethical learning: releasing the moral unicorn / Dolly Chugh and Mary C. Kern

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