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Ethical statements as smokescreens for sectional interests

Ethical statements as smokescreens for sectional interests

the case of the UK accountancy profession

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Published by East London Business School, University of East London in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Austin Mitchell, Tony Puxty, Prem Sikka.
ContributionsMitchell, Austin., Puxty, Tony., Sikka, Prem.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14175016M

  In place of traditionally espoused professional ideals, such as altruism, ethical behaviour and control of specialised knowledge, this research has drawn attention to the importance of factors such as social class, gender and political acuity in explaining both the closure of the accounting profession and its elevation within the vocational Cited by:   Free Online Library: A study of differences in business ethical values in Mainland China, the U.S. and Jamaica. by "Review of Business"; Business ethics Case studies Forecasts and trends Surveys Professional employees Professional workers "Ethical Statements as Smokescreens for Sectional Interests," Journal of Business Ethics, 13, ,

All authors are required to report potential conflicts of interest including specific financial interests relevant to the subject of their manuscript. Authors must disclose any interests in two places: 1. A summary declaration of interest statement in the title page file . Which of the following statements is true concerning observation? A. Clear directions related to the operational definitions of the selected behavior must be determined. B. Ethical considerations are a minor concern within this method of data collection. C. Observation data collection strategies result in manageable amounts of field notes to.

Machiavellians can be characterized as goal-driven people who are willing to use all possible means to achieve their ends, and employees scoring high on Machiavellianism are thus predisposed to engage in unethical and organizationally undesirable behaviors. We propose that leadership can help to manage such employees in a way that reduces undesirable and increases desirable by: 2. However, conflicting interests may affect the ethics and morality of scientists engaging in such work. Developments over the last 10 years show that transparency and self-reporting of corporate ties do not always mitigate bias, especially if disclosure statements are ambiguous or incomplete, or if conflicting interests are deliberately by:


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Ethical Statements as Smokescreens for Austin Mitchell Tottv Puxtv Sectional Interests: The Case of the Prem Sikka UK Accountancy Profession Hugh Willmott ABSTRACT.

The UK accountancy industry has traded upon its professional status as a means of expanding and legiti mating its activities. Extensive appeals are made to ethical. Ethical statements as smokescreens for sectional interests: The case of the UK accountancy profession.

Austin Mitchell 1,Cited by: Ethical statements as smokescreens for sectional interests: The case of the UK accountancy profession Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Business Ethics 13(1).

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Ethical statements as smokescreens for sectional interests: The case of the UK accountancy profession. From such perspective, the article considers that ethical frameworks assist in our attempt to balance the instinct that we have to look out for our own individual welfare with the conscience of obligation that we have to care for a wider by: 1.

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