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Author:Steven John Simon , Spero C. Peppas
Data Source:[J].Journal of Marketing Communications, 2005, Vol.11 (2), pp.129-144Taylor & Francis
Abstract:The research of the Internet2 project has resulted in the introduction of new technologies and has set the stage for another round of Internet growth. These technologies will enhance interactivity and allow for the delivery of greater amounts of information through richer communi...
Author:Spero C. Peppas , Barry A. Diskin
Data Source:[J].Teaching Business Ethics, 2000, Vol.4 (2), pp.207-220Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br)The notion of ethics in business continues to receive considerable attention. Many universities and professional organizations have attempted to address the issue of ethics by adding ethics courses to the curriculum and by creating codes of ethics for individuals wor...
Author:Spero C. Peppas , Barry A. Diskin
Data Source:[J].International Journal of Educational Management, 2001, Vol.15 (7), pp.347-353Emerald
Abstract:Ethics in business is an issue that has long received considerable attention. As a result of accreditation requirements, many universities have attempted to address this issue by making a course in ethics a part of business programs. This paper examines the values of current coll...
Author:Spero C. Peppas
Data Source:[J].Management Research News, 2004, Vol.27 (7), pp.14-33Emerald
Abstract:Switzerland has long been known as a world leader in the financial services arena. However, in recent years the Swiss banking industry has come under considerable attack, in particular with regard to money laundering, Holocaust accounts and European Union tax evasion issues. This...
Author:Spero C. Peppas
Data Source:[J].International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 2004, Vol.24 (6), pp.58-75Emerald
Abstract:With globalisation and the opening of China’s borders, there has been increasing business and government interaction between China and the US. Given US interest in China’s market and the cultural distance between these two countries, it is imperative for US business persons ...
Author:Spero C. Peppas
Data Source:[J].Management Research News, 2006, Vol.29 (3), pp.92-105Emerald
Abstract:Purpose(#br) – Globalization, changing demographics, and a push for diversity have resulted in corporate cultures that are less homogeneous, increasing the likelihood that individuals working side by side may not see eye-to-eye when it comes to business ethics. The objective...
Author:Spero C. Peppas , George J. Peppas
Data Source:[J].Management Decision, 2000, Vol.38 (6), pp.369-376Emerald
Abstract:Globalization and economic integration have focused attention on the topic of ethics in international management. At a time when the European Union is attempting to harmonize standards in many areas, the issue of ethics within the EU deserves special attention. Given the diversit...
Author:Spero C. Peppas , Lisa Chang
Data Source:[J].Management Decision, 1998, Vol.36 (6), pp.370-377Emerald
Abstract:Many US firms are facing difficulty finding qualified US citizens to fill technical/scientific positions and are turning to foreign nationals to meet their needs. In some cases, the employee/company match is less than ideal. This study focuses on foreign-born employees working in...
Author:Spero C. Peppas
Data Source:[J].Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal, 2002, Vol.9 (2), pp.45-64Emerald
Abstract:States that as managing a culturally diverse workforce has become increasingly important to business and government, organizations across the USA have focused considerable attention on diversity and diversity training. Highlights that, despite this emphasis, there is little data ...
Author:Spero C. Peppas , Tyler T. Yu
Data Source:[J].Chinese Management Studies, 2007, Vol.1 (4), pp.243-256Emerald
Abstract:Purpose(#br) – The purpose of this paper is to examine whether undergraduate and graduate business students in China and the USA share similar attitudes with regard to business ethics. (#br)Design/methodology/approach(#br) – Using an instrument derived from Becker and Fritzs...

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