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ANALISIS DE PERCEPCIONES

  • ADKINS Y RADTKE (2004). "Students´ and Faculty Members´ Perceptions of the Importance of Business Ethics and Accounting Ethics Education: Is There an Expectations Gap?" Journal of Business Ethics, pp 279-300.
  • ALBAUM, PETERSON (2006). Ethical Attitudes of Future Business Leaders Do They Vary by Gender and Religiosity?. Business & Society Vol.  45, nº  3, pp.  300-321.
  • ALBERT, HOROWITZ (2009). Attachment Styles and Ethical Behavior: Their Relationship and Significance in the Marketplace. Journal of Business Ethics, vol. 87. pp. 299–316.
  •  AMBERLA, WANG, JUSLIN, PANWAR, HANSEN, ANDERSON (2010).  Students’ Perceptions of Forest Industries Business Ethics - A Comparative Analysis of Finland and the USA. EJBO Electronic Journal of Business Ethics and Organization Studies Vol. 15, No. 1.
  • ARLOW (1991). "Personal Characteristics in College Students´ Evaluations of Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility". Journal of Business Ethics, pp 63-69.
  • BAMPTON Y MACLAGAN (2005). "Why teach ethics to accounting students? A response to the sceptics". Business Ethics, pp 290-300.
  • BEAUVAIS, L.L., DESPLACES, D.E., MELCHAR, D.E. AND BOSCO, S.M. 2007. ‘Business faculty perceptions and actions regarding ethics education’. Journal of Academic Ethics, 5:1, 121–136
  • BORRA, CARABALLO, GÓMEZ (2007).  Los determinantes de la satisfacción de los universitarios con la formación en ética profesional: evidencia a partir de una nueva muestra. XV Congreso Nacional de Ética de la Economía y de las Organizaciones El Buen Gobierno de las Organizaciones. IESE Business School.
  • BURTON Y HEGARTY (1999). "Some Determinants of Student Corporate Social Responsibility Orientation". Business and Society, pp 188-205.
  • BUSTAMANTE, NAVARRO (2007). Auto-Atribución de comportamientos socialmente responsables de estudiantes de carreras del área de ciencias sociales. Revistas Perspectivas, nº 18. pp. 45-63.
  • CAGLE, GLASGO, HOLMES (2008). Using Ethics Vignettes in Introductory Finance Classes: Impact on Ethical Perceptions of Undergraduate Business Students. Journal of Education for Business. Pp. 76-83.
  • CHRISTENSEN, PEIRCE, HARTMAN, HOFFMAN Y CARRIER (2007). "Ethics, CSR, and Sustainability in the Financial Times Top 50 Global Business Schools: Baseline Data and Future Research Directions". Journal of Business Ethics, pp 347-368.
  • COHEN, PANT Y SHARP (2001). "An Examination of Differences in Ethical Decision-Making Between Canadian Business Students and Accounting Professionals". Journal of Business Ethics, pp 319-336.
  • CORNELIUS, WALLACE Y TASSABEHJI (2007). "An Analysis of Corporate Social Responsibility, Corporate Identity and Ethics Teaching in Business Schools". Journal of Business Ethics, pp 117-135.
  • COURRENT, GUNDOLF (2009). Proximity and Micro Enterprise Manager’s Ethics: A French Empirical Study of Responsible Business Attitudes. Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 88. pp. 749–762.
  • CRANE (2004). The Teaching of Business Ethics: An Imperative at Business Schools. Journal of Education for Business. Vol; 79, nº 3.  pp. 149.
  • DESPLACES, MELCHAR, BEAWAIS Y BOSCO (2007). "The Impact of Business Education on Moral Judgment Competence: An Empirical Study". Journal of Business Ethics, pp 73-87.
  • ELIAS (2004). "An Examination of Business Students´ Perception of Corporate Social Responsibilities Before an After Bankruptcies". Journal of Business Ethics, pp 267-281.
  • EWEJE, BRUNTON (2010). Ethical perceptions of business students in a New Zealand university: do gender, age and work experience matter?. Business Ethics: A European Review. Vol. 19, nº 1.
  •  FRIEDMAN, FOGEL, WEISER (2005).  Student Perceptions of the Ethics of Professors. EJBO Electronic Journal of Business Ethics and Organization Studies.Vol. 10, No. 2.
  • GUNDERSEN, CAPOZZOLI, RAJAMMA (2008). Learned Ethical Behavior: An Academia Perspective. Journal of Education for Business .pp.  315-324.
  • HARRIS (2008). "Promoting ethical reflection in the teaching of business ethics". Business Ethics, pp 379-390.
  • HINE, PREUSS (2009). ‘‘Society is Out There, Organisation is in Here’’: On the Perceptions of Corporate Social Responsibility Held by Different Managerial Groups. Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 88. pp. 381–393.
  • HOSMER (1985). "The Other 338: Why a Majority of Our Schools of Business Administration Do Not Offer a Course in Business Ethics". Journal of Business Ethics, pp 17-22.
  • HOSMER (1999). "Somebody Out There Doesn´t Like Us: A Study of the Position and Respect of Business Ethics at Schools of Business Administration". Journal of Business Ethics, pp 91-106.
  • HOUGHTON, GABEL, WILLIAMS (2009). Connecting the Two Faces of CSR: Does Employee Volunteerism Improve Compliance?. Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 87. pp. 477–494.
  • IBRAHIM, ANGELIDIS Y HOWARD (2006). "Corporate Social Responsibility: A Comparative Analysis of Perceptions of Practicing Accountants and Accounting Students". Journal of Business Ethics, pp 157-167.
  • JOHNS, STRAND (2000).  Survey results of the ethical beliefs of business students. Journal of Education for Business. Vol. 75, nº 6. Pp. 315. 
  •  JORGE, SEABRA, GALLARDO (2007).  A percepção e motivação dos alunos de ciências empresariais e de ciências económicas sobre as temáticas da Ética Empresarial e Responsabilidade Social das Organizações. XV Congreso Nacional de Ética de la Economía y de las Organizaciones El Buen Gobierno de las Organizaciones. IESE Business School.
  • JOSEPH, BERRY, DESHPANDE (2009). Impact of Emotional Intelligence and Other Factors on Perception of Ethical Behavior of Peers. Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 89. pp. 539–546.
  • KAGAWA (2007). Dissonance in students’ perceptions of sustainable development and sustainability Implications for curriculum change. International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education. Vol. 8 No. 3.
  • KARASSAVIDOU, GLAVELI (2007). Ethical orientations of future Greek business people: is anomia responsible for deviant ethical attitudes?. Business Ethics: A European Review. Vol. 16, nº 2.
  • KNOTTS, BURNTHORNE, MESAK (2000). Ethical judgments of college students: An empirical analysis. Journal of Education for Business. Vol. 75, nº 3. pp. 158.
  • KOLODINSKY, MADDEN, ZISK, HENKEL (2010). Attitudes About Corporate Social Responsibility: Business Student Predictors. Journal of Business Ethics. Vol. 91. pp. 167–181.
  • KUJALA (2010). Corporate responsibility perceptions in change: Finnish managers’ views on stakeholder issues from 1994 to 2004. Business Ethics: A European Review. Vol. 19, nº 1.
  • KUMAR, STRANDHOLM (2002).  American business education-effect on the ethical orientation of foreign student. Journal of Education for Business. Vol. 77, nº 6. pp. 345.
  • LAMSA, VEKKAPERA, PUTTONEN Y PESONEN (2007). "Effect of Business Education on Women and Men Students´ Attitudes on Corporate Responsibility in Society". Journal of Business Ethics, pp 45
  • LAN, MA, CAO, ZHANG (2009). A Comparison of Personal Values of Chinese Accounting Practitioners and Students. Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 88. pp. 59–76.
  • LANDRY, MOYES, CORTES (2004). Ethical Perceptions Among Hispanic Students: Differences by Major and Gender. Journal of Education for Business. Vol. 80, nº  2. pp. 102.
  • LAU (2010). A Step Forward: Ethics Education Matters!. Journal of Business Ethics. Vol. 92. pp. 565–584.
  • LEE (2004). Music Piracy-Differences in the Ethical Perceptions of Business Majors and Music Business Majors.  Journal of Education for Business, Vol.  79, nº  5. pp. 306.
  • LIYANARACHCHI, NEWDICK (2009). The Impact of Moral Reasoning and Retaliation on Whistle-Blowing: New Zealand Evidence. Journal of Business Ethics. Vol. 89. pp. 37–57.
  • LOBBY, AGNELLO (2000). Ethical Decision Making and The Law. Journal of Business Ethics, Vol.  26. pp. 223–232.
  • LOWRY (2003). "An Investigation of Student Moral Awareness and Associated Factors in Two Cohorts of an Undergraduate Business Degree in a British University: Implications for Business Ethics Curriculum Design". Journal of Business Ethics, pp 7-19.
  • LUDLUM, MASCALOINOV (2004).  Right and Wrong and Cultural Diversity: Replication of the 2002 NAS/Zogby Poll on Business Ethics. Journal of Education for Business, vol. 79, nº 5; pp. 294.
  • MANLEY, RUSSELL, BUCKLEY (2001).  Self-enhancing in perceptions of behaving unethically. Journal of Education for Business. Vol. 77, nº 1. pp. 21.
  • MARNBURG (2003). "Educational impacts on academic business practitioner´s moral reasoning and behaviour: effects of short courses in ethics or philosophy". Business Ethics, pp 403-413.
  • MATTEN, MOON (2004). Corporate Social Responsibility Education in Europe. Journal of Business Ethics, nº 54. pp.  323–337.
  • MCCABE, DUKERICH, DUTTON (1991).  Context, Values and Moral Dilemmas: Comparing the Choices of Business and Law School Students. Journal of Business Ethics. Vol. 10, nº 12. pp. 951.
  • NGUYEN, BASURAY, SMITH, KOPKA, MCCULLOH (2008). Ethics Perception: Does Teaching Make a Difference?. Journal of Education for Business, Vol.  84, nº 2.
  • NICHOLSON, DEMOSS (2009). Teaching Ethics and Social Responsibility: An Evaluation of Undergraduate Business Education at the Discipline Level. Journal of Education for Business. Pp. 213- 218.
  • NICHOLSON, DEMOSS, STETSON Y DEALAND (2009). "Teaching Ethics and Social Responsibility: An Evaluation of Undergraduate Business Education at the Discipline Level". Journal of Education for Business, pp 213-219.
  • NONIS, O SWIFT (2001). Personal value profiles and ethical business decisions. Journal of Education for Business.Vol. 76, nº 5. pp. 251.
  • RAMASAMY, YEUNG (2009). Chinese Consumers’ Perception of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 88. pp. 119–132.
  • REID Y PETOCZ (2006). "University lecturers´ understanding of sustainability". Higher education, pp105-123.
  • RIDENER (1999). Effects of college major on ecological worldviews: A comparison of business, Science and other Students. Journal of Education for Business. Vol. 75, nº 1.  pp. 15.
  • RITTER (2006). "Can Business Ethics Be Trained? A Study of the Ethical Decision-Making Process in Business Students". Journal of Business Ethics, pp 153-164.
  • SAUTTER, BROWN, LITTVAY, SAUTTER, BEARNES (2008). Attitude and Divergence in Business Students: An Examination of Personality Differences in Business and Non-Business Students. EJBO Electronic Journal of Business Ethics and Organization Studies. Vol. 13, No. 2.
  • SHAFER, PARK (1999). An empirical investigation of cultural differences in ethical decisionmaking among U.S. Accounting Students. Journal of Education for Business. Vol. 74, nº 4. pp. 220.
  • SHAPIRA-LISHCHINSKY, ROSENBLATT (2009). Perceptions of Organizational Ethics as Predictors of Work Absence: A Test of Alternative Absence Measures. Journal of Business Ethics. Vol. 88. pp. 717–734.
  • SHAWVER, SENNETTI (2009). Measuring Ethical Sensitivity and Evaluation. Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 88. pp. 663–678.
  • SILVER, VALENTINE (2000). College students' perceptions of moral intensity in sales situations Journal of Education for Business. Vol. 75, nº 6. pp. 309.
  • SIU, LAM (2009). A Comparative Study of Ethical Perceptions of Managers and Non-Managers. Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 88. pp. 167–183.
  • SLEEPER, SCHNEIDER, WEBER S. Y WEBER E. (2006). "Scale and Study of Students Attitudes Toward Business Education´s Role in Addresing Social Issues". Journal of Business Ethics, pp 381-391.
  • SLEEPER, SCHNEIDER, WEBER, WEBER (2006). Scale and Study of Student Attitudes Toward Business Education’s Role in Addressing Social Issues. Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 68. pp. 381–391.
  • SMYTH, DAVIS, KRONCKE (2009). Students’ Perceptions of Business Ethics: Using Cheating as a Surrogate for Business Situations. Journal of Education for Business. Pp. 229-238.
  • SOBCZAK, DEBUCQUET, HAVARD (2006). "The impact of higher education on students´ and young managers´ perception of companies an CSR: an exploratory analysis". Corporate Governance, pp 464-474.
  • STEVENS, HARRIS, WILLIAMSON (1993). A Comparison of Ethical Evaluations of Business School Faculty and Students: A Pilot Study. Journal of Business Ethics, Vol.  12. pp. 611-619.
  • STEWART, FELICETTI, KUEHN (1996). The Attitudes of Business Majors Toward the Teaching of Business Ethics. Journal of Business Ethics, vol.  15.pp.  913-918.
  • TONE (1999). Somebody Out There Doesn’t Like Us: A Study of the Position and Respect of Business Ethics at Schools of Business Administration. Journal of Business Ethics. Vol.  22. pp. 91–106.
  • VALENTINE, FLEISCHMAN (2008). Professional Ethical Standards, Corporate Social Responsibility, and the Perceived Role of Ethics and Social Responsibility. Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 82. pp. 657–666.
  • WICKS, DERRY (1996). An evaluation of journal quality: the perspective of business ethics researchers. Business Ethics Quarterly, Volume 6, Issue 3. pp. 359-371.
  • WILSON (2008). Predicting Intended Unethical Behavior of Business Students. Journal of Education for Business. Pp. 187-195.
  • WRIGHT (2009). University presidents’ conceptualizations of sustainability in higher education. International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education Vol. 11 No. 1, 2010 pp. 61-73.
  • WU (2003). "A Study of the Adjustment of Ethical Recognition and Ethical Decision-Making of Managers-to-be Across the Taiwan Strait Before and After Receiving a Business Ethics Education". Journal of Business Ethics, pp 291-307.
  • YAKHOU, DORWEILER (2002).  Environmental accounting coverage in the accounting curriculum: A survey of  U.S. Universities and Colleges.  Journal of Education for Business.  Vol. 78, nº 1. pp. 23.
  • ZU, SONG (2009). Determinants of Managerial Values on Corporate Social Responsibility: Evidence from China. Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 88. pp. 105–117.