Corporate Social Responsibility: Why good people behave badly in organizations

Bansal, Pratima; Kandola, Sonia
July 2003
Ivey Business Journal;Jul/Aug2003, Vol. 67 Issue 6, p1
Examines the occurrence of corporate social irresponsibility. Details of the controversies involving companies Enron and Arthur Andersen; Psychological explanation for irresponsible behavior; Consequences of irresponsible actions.


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