Rajeev, Priya Nair
July 2011
Journal of International Business Ethics;2011, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p53
Academic Journal
The article discusses the key models of ethical decision-making model, which can help prevent individuals from behaving unethically in workplaces. It explores the four stages of the model that are used as synthesis of research in moral psychology. It also outlines the concept of Rest's model in assessing the process of forming ethical intentions and translating them into behavior, and provides detailed information on the approaches of the model.


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