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Business Ethics of Korean and Japanese Managers

Chong-Yeong Lee and Hideki Yoshihara
Journal of Business Ethics
Vol. 16, No. 1 (1997), pp. 7-21
Published by: Springer
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25072865
Page Count: 15
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Business Ethics of Korean and Japanese Managers
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Abstract

This is a study of 288 Korean and 323 Japanese Business executives. The result indicates that, (1) the business executives believe basically in higher level business ethics, but (2) they occasionally have to make unethical business decisions which conflict with their personal values, because of prevailing business practices. (3) However, they think higher ethical standards is useful for long-term profit and for improving workers' attitudes, and the standards can be improved, and (4) to improve ethical standards, model setting by superiors is the most important and clear-cut company policies and code of ethics are essential.

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