Corporate ethics and crime: the role of middle management

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Sage Publications, Aug 3, 1983 - Business & Economics - 189 pages
What choices face middle managers when corporations engage in illegal behaviour? How do they balance pressures from top management against moral concerns? What happens to them when they must decide whether or not to report illegal practices to the government? Clinard examines these important questions in a fascinating book based on detailed interviews with retired middle managers from a number of large (Fortune 500) corporations. 'The book is organized well and highly readable...should inspire considerable theory and research in the future.' -- Choice, January 1984 'Clinard's book is an important contribution to our understanding of corporate deviance and its control. It merits the attention of an in

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