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  1. An Integrative Model for Understanding and Managing Ethical Behavior in Business Organizations.W. Edward Stead, Dan L. Worrell & Jean Garner Stead - 1990 - Journal of Business Ethics 9 (3):233 - 242.
    Managing ethical behavior is a one of the most pervasive and complex problems facing business organizations today. Employees' decisions to behave ethically or unethically are influenced by a myriad of individual and situational factors. Background, personality, decision history, managerial philosophy, and reinforcement are but a few of the factors which have been identified by researchers as determinants of employees' behavior when faced with ethical dilemmas. The literature related to ethical behavior is reviewed in this article, and a model for understanding (...)
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    Stock Market Reactions to Announced Corporate Illegalities.Wallace N. Davidson, Dan L. Worrell & Chun I. Lee - 1994 - Journal of Business Ethics 13 (12):979-987.
    Extending the work of Davidson and Worrell, we further investigate the stock market''s reaction to announced corporate illegalities. We examine a sample of 535 announcements of corporate crime and obtain an overall insignificant stock market reaction. However, when the sample is divided by type of crime, we find that the stock market reacts significantly to announcements of bribery, tax evasion, and violations of government contracts. We also find a significantly negative reaction to announcements of corporate crime when the company had (...)
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    Moral Judgment and Values in a Developed and a Developing Nation: A Comparative Analysis. [REVIEW]Richard Priem, Dan Worrell, Bruce Walters & Terry Coalter - 1998 - Journal of Business Ethics 17 (5):37-47.
    This comparative field study evaluated the moral reasoning used by U.S. and Belizean business students in resolving business-related moral dilemmas. The Belizeans, citizens of a less-developed country with Western heritage and a values-based education system, revolved the dilemmas using higher stages of moral judgment than did the U.S. business students.
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  4. Regulatory Pressure and Environmental Management Infrastructure and Practices.Wallace N. Davidson & Dan L. Worrell - 2001 - Business and Society 40 (3):315-342.
     
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  5. Influencing Managers to Change Unpopular Corporate Behavior Through Boycotts and Divestitures A Stock Market Test.Wallace N. Davidson, Dan L. Worrell & Abuzar El-Jelly - 1995 - Business and Society 34 (2):171-196.
     
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    Stock Market Reactions to Announced Corporate Illegalities.Wallace N. Davidson Iii, Dan L. Worrell & Chun I. Lee - 1994 - Journal of Business Ethics 13 (12):979-987.