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Title: Guanxi and professional conduct in China: A management development perspective
Authors: Wright, Philip 
SZETO Wing Fu, Ricky 
Cheng T. W. Louis 
Issue Date: 2000
Series/Report no.: Working Paper Series, 2000;
Abstract: This paper explores guanxi within the context of "ethical" behaviour. It was found that guanxi exerted a strong influence on our sample, with the exception of the necessity to lend money. As well, there appeared to be a significant minority of respondents who would behave unethically to preserve group solidarity. It was suggested that a modified version of the Belcourt, Wright and Saks (2000) management development model would be a useful tool in the development of modified coaching processes for use in authoritarian cultures.
Description: 57 pages
Type: Working Paper
ISBN: 9628719084
Appears in Collections:Economics and Finance - Publication

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