Examining Ethical Behaviors by Business Students
Marty Ludlum, Sergey Moskalionov, Vijay Ramachandran

This research details a multi-campus survey of current American college students and their views on 17 specific ethical behaviors, replicating previous research. In the current project, we surveyed business students across five campuses in the United States (n=725) in fall, 2009. We found significant differences between students on their views of specific ethical behaviors based on several demographic factors, including gender, year in school, tobacco use, owning stock, political ideology, marital status, having children, taking business ethics class, taking business law class, time spent studying, being employed, and major. We conclude by discussing the implications for further research in this area.

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