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Ethical evaluations and behavioural intentions of early career accountants: the impact of mentors, peers and individual attributes by Lisa McManus and Nava Subramaniam

By: McManus, Lisa.
Contributor(s): Subramaniam, Nava.
Series: Accounting and Finance.Publisher: , Australia 2009Description: 619-643.Subject(s): ETHICS | BEHAVIOUR | MENTORING | ACCOUNTANTS | EthicsOnline resources: Click here to access online Summary: Examines how mentoring support, peer influence and individual attributes of early career accountants influence their ethical evaluations and behavioural intentions.
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Examines how mentoring support, peer influence and individual attributes of early career accountants influence their ethical evaluations and behavioural intentions.

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