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Business students’ attitudes towards business ethics: Evidence from Croatian universities

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      The aim of this paper is to determine the differences in students’ ethical attitudes depending on their gender, level of study as well as university. This study examines the attitude of sample of 670 business students, studying at five (out of seven existing) state-owned universities in the Republic of Croatia, as to predict their attitude towards business ethics. Results of the study show that there are significant differences between demographic and personal characteristics in relation to the attitude of business students towards ethics in the Republic of Croatia. It is believed that this study, based on the analysis of business students’ attitudes towards business ethics, could contribute to understanding their future behaviour in the process of ethical decision-making.

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      [1 ] University of Dubrovnik, Department of Economics and Business Economics, Dubrovnik, Croatia
      Journal
      Management : Journal of Contemporary Management Issues
      University of Split
      01 January 2016
      : 21
      : Special issue
      : 189-205
      8cb8b2b682ee426eb09c3701260da636

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      Self URI (journal page): http://hrcak.srce.hr/management
      Categories
      Management. Industrial management
      HD28-70
      Industries. Land use. Labor
      HD28-9999
      Social Sciences
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