Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://doi.org/10.1057/jibs.2008.109
Title: Ethical preferences for influencing superiors: A 41-society study
Authors: Ralston, D.A.
Egri, C.P.
De La Garza Carranza, M.T.
Ramburuth, P.
Terpstra-Tong, J.
Pekerti, A.A.
Girson, I.
Herrig, H.
Dabic, M.
Tang, M.
Wan, P.
Hallinger, P.
Palmer, I.
Elenkov, D.S.
Furrer, O.
Potocan, V.V.
Wangenheim, F.V.
Maignan, I.
Perrewé, P.L.
Rossi, A.M.
Lenartowicz, T.
Ledgerwood, D.E.
May, R.C.
Weber, M.J.
Jesuino, J.C.
Fu, P.P.
Naoumova, I.
Casado, T.
Riddle, L.
Richards, M.
Butt, A.N.
Danis, W.M.
Castro, F.B.
Ruiz-Gutiérrez, J.
Milton, L.P.
Ansari, M.A.
Brock, D.M.
Srinivasan, N.
Starkus, A.
Dalgic, T.
León-Darder, F.
Thanh, H.V.
Moon, Y.-L.
Chia, H.B. 
Christine Kuo, M.-H.
Molteni, M.
Kangasniemi, M.
Mellahi, K.
Wallace, A.
Keywords: Cross-cultural management
Hierarchical linear modeling
Influence strategies
Social beliefs
Sociocultural and business ideology factors
Subordinate ethics
Issue Date: 2009
Citation: Ralston, D.A., Egri, C.P., De La Garza Carranza, M.T., Ramburuth, P., Terpstra-Tong, J., Pekerti, A.A., Girson, I., Herrig, H., Dabic, M., Tang, M., Wan, P., Hallinger, P., Palmer, I., Elenkov, D.S., Furrer, O., Potocan, V.V., Wangenheim, F.V., Maignan, I., Perrewé, P.L., Rossi, A.M., Lenartowicz, T., Ledgerwood, D.E., May, R.C., Weber, M.J., Jesuino, J.C., Fu, P.P., Naoumova, I., Casado, T., Riddle, L., Richards, M., Butt, A.N., Danis, W.M., Castro, F.B., Ruiz-Gutiérrez, J., Milton, L.P., Ansari, M.A., Brock, D.M., Srinivasan, N., Starkus, A., Dalgic, T., León-Darder, F., Thanh, H.V., Moon, Y.-L., Chia, H.B., Christine Kuo, M.-H., Molteni, M., Kangasniemi, M., Mellahi, K., Wallace, A. (2009). Ethical preferences for influencing superiors: A 41-society study. Journal of International Business Studies 40 (6) : 1022-1045. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1057/jibs.2008.109
Abstract: With a 41-society sample of 9990 managers and professionals, we used hierarchical linear modeling to investigate the impact of both macro-level and micro-level predictors on subordinate influence ethics. While we found that both macro-level and micro-level predictors contributed to the model definition, we also found global agreement for a subordinate influence ethics hierarchy. Thus our findings provide evidence that developing a global model of subordinate ethics is possible, and should be based upon multiple criteria and multilevel variables. © 2009 Academy of International Business All rights reserved.
Source Title: Journal of International Business Studies
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/44651
ISSN: 00472506
DOI: 10.1057/jibs.2008.109
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