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Author(s): Almeida, I.
Silva, J.
Möhring, M.
Editor: Markku Kuula
Gyöngyi Kovács
Date: 2019
Title: Impact of business-students subconscious in ethical decision-making
Book title/volume: Proceedings of the 26th EurOMA Conference: Operations Adding Value to Society
Event title: Operations adding value to society
Reference: Almeida, I., Silva, J., & Möhring, M. (2019). Impact of business-students subconscious in ethical decision-making. Em M. Kuula, & G. Kovács (Eds.). Proceedings of the 26th EurOMA Conference: Operations Adding Value to Society. EurOMA.
ISSN: 0000-0000
Keywords: Business students
Ethics education
Business ethical decision-making biases
Abstract: A usual management task in organizations is decision-making, and some of the most important decisions made by business leaders involve ethical components. Our behavioral-ethics-field research explores the business students (BS) subconscious influence in the ethical decision-making processes applying cases reporting ethical dilemmas. A questionnaire with neutral or non-neutral images acting as subliminal stimuli was administered to 30+30 BS trying to find out about the ethical maturity level in decision-making processes and the subconscious influences in these decisions. Cognitive biases and BS metacognitive strategies were identified when non-neutral images were present. The effects of subconscious in BS ethical decision-making are discussed.
Peerreviewed: yes
Access type: Open Access
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