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Organizational Wrongdoing
Key Perspectives and New Directions

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Part of Cambridge Companions to Management

Sir Cary L. Cooper, Jone Pearce, Donald Palmer, Kristin Smith-Crowe, Royston Greenwood, Ten Zhang, Ryann Manning, Michel Anteby, Harland Prechel, Dadao Hou, Christopher B. Yenkey, Daniel Muzio, James Falconbridge, Claudia Gabbioneta, James N. Baron, Marissa D. King, Olav Sorenson, Celia Moore, Timothy G. Pollock, Yuri Mishina, Yeonji Seo, Ian Larkin, Lamar Pierce, Blake Ashforth, Donald Lange, Abhijeet K. Vadera, Michael G. Pratt, Henrich R. Greve, Daphne Teh, Jo-Ellen Pozner, Jared D. Harris, Marco Clemente, Rudolphe Durand, Joseph Porac, Dolly Chugh, Mary C. Kern
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  • Date Published: July 2016
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781107117716

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  • Organizational Wrongdoing is an essential companion to understanding the causes, processes and consequences of misconduct at work. With contributions from some of the world's leading management theorists, past theories on misconduct are critically evaluated, and the latest research is introduced, expanding the boundaries of our knowledge and filling in gaps highlighted in previous studies. A wide range of unethical, socially irresponsible, and illegal behaviors are discussed, including cheating, hyper-competitive employee actions, and financial fraud. Further multiple levels of analysis are considered, ranging from individual to organization-wide processes. By providing a contemporary overview of wrongdoing and misconduct, this book provides solid and accessible foundations for established researchers and advanced students in the fields of behavioral ethics and organizational behavior.

    • Offers a wide range of theoretical perspectives with contributions from the major theorists in the field of misconduct in and by organizations
    • Considers many different types of misconduct in and by organizations, with reference to related substantive topics
    • Will appeal to scholars and advanced students interested in this area of inquiry
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    'The editors have put together a strong collection of key perspectives on organizational wrongdoing. As wrongdoing (criminal and moral) is being recognized and labelled across many types of organization and societies, it is heartening to see attention being paid to consequences as well as causes, and context as well as individuals. The editor's introduction and a few chapters also point to important new directions, such as new theorizing and a more international perspective.' David J. Cooper, University of Alberta

    'Organizational wrongdoing is evident in the business news on a daily basis, from financial fraud to auto manufacturers falsifying their products' environmental impacts. This volume brings together work by many of the top scholars on organizational wrongdoing and examines both the individual and organizational sources of wrongdoing and the factors that lead behaviour to be labelled as wrong. It will be an indispensable resource for those seeking the latest thinking on this crucial topic.' Gerald Davis, University of Michigan

    'The topic of organizational crime is a rapidly growing area of study, and no work in this area has been more important than Donald Palmer's Normal Organizational Wrongdoing. In this new volume, Palmer, with two distinguished colleagues, presents a series of theoretical and empirical essays by leading scholars in the field, who both illustrate and significantly expand on the insights in his book. This ā€¦ will be essential reading for anyone with an interest in organizations, and the role that they play in the contemporary world.' Mark S. Mizruchi, University of Michigan

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    Product details

    • Date Published: July 2016
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781107117716
    • length: 544 pages
    • dimensions: 234 x 160 x 27 mm
    • weight: 0.97kg
    • contains: 17 b/w illus. 5 tables
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Foreword Sir Cary L. Cooper and Jone Pearce
    1. The imbalances and limitations of theory and research on organizational wrongdoing Donald Palmer, Kristin Smith-Crowe and Royston Greenwood
    2. On taking the theoretical substance of outcomes seriously: a meta-conversation Kristin Smith-Crowe and Ten Zhang
    3. Wrong paths to right: defining morality with or without a clear red line Ryann Manning and Michel Anteby
    4. From market enablers to market participants: redefining organizational and political-legal arrangements and opportunities for financial wrongdoing, 1930sā€“2000 Harland Prechel and Dadao Hou
    5. Wrongdoing and market development: an examination of the distinct roles of trust and distrust Christopher B. Yenkey
    6. Bad apples, bad barrels, and bad cellars: a 'boundaries' perspective on professional misconduct Daniel Muzio, James Falconbridge, Claudia Gabbioneta and Royston Greenwood
    7. S/he blinded me with science: the sociology of scientific misconduct James N. Baron, Marissa D. King and Olav Sorenson
    8. Social networks and organizational wrongdoing in context Donald Palmer and Celia Moore
    9. Falling stars: celebrity, infamy, and the fall from (and return to) grace Timothy G. Pollock, Yuri Mishina and Yeonji Seo
    10. Compensation and employee misconduct: the inseparability of productive and counterproductive behaviour in firms Ian Larkin and Lamar Pierce
    11. Beware of organizational saints: how a moral self-concept may foster immoral behaviour Blake Ashforth and Donald Lange
    12. 'Is it me? Or is it me?' The role of co-activated multiple identities and identifications in promoting or discouraging workplace crimes Abhijeet K. Vadera and Michael G. Pratt
    13. Consequences of organizational misconduct: too much and too little punishment Henrich R. Greve and Daphne Teh
    14. Who bears the brunt? A review and research agenda for the consequences of organizational wrongdoing for individuals Jo-Ellen Pozner and Jared D. Harris
    15. Organizational wrongdoing and media bias Marco Clemente, Rudolphe Durand and Joseph Porac
    16. Ethical learning: releasing the moral unicorn Dolly Chugh and Mary C. Kern
    Index.

  • Editors

    Donald Palmer, University of California, Davis
    Donald Palmer is Professor of Organizational Behavior at the University of California, Davis. He is the former Editor of Administrative Science Quarterly (2002ā€“8) and the recipient of the Journal of Management Inquiry Scholar Award 2005. He has had articles published in top sociology and management journals, such as the American Sociological Review, the American Journal of Sociology, and Administrative Science Quarterly, and his book Normal Organizational Wrongdoing (2013) won the Best Book Award from the Social Issues in Management Division of the Academy of Management.

    Kristin Smith-Crowe, University of Utah
    Kristin Smith-Crowe is an Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior in the Questrom School of Business at Boston University. She serves on the editorial boards of the Academy of Management Review, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, and Organization Science.

    Royston Greenwood, University of Alberta
    Royston Greenwood is the Telus Professor of Strategic Management at the University of Alberta and Professorial Fellow at the University of Edinburgh. In 2010 he was elected a Fellow of the Academy of Management and in 2013 was selected as that year's Honorary Member by the European Group for Organization Studies (EGOS). He received the Distinguished Scholar Award from the Organization and Management Theory Division of the Academy of Management in 2014.

    Contributors

    Sir Cary L. Cooper, Jone Pearce, Donald Palmer, Kristin Smith-Crowe, Royston Greenwood, Ten Zhang, Ryann Manning, Michel Anteby, Harland Prechel, Dadao Hou, Christopher B. Yenkey, Daniel Muzio, James Falconbridge, Claudia Gabbioneta, James N. Baron, Marissa D. King, Olav Sorenson, Celia Moore, Timothy G. Pollock, Yuri Mishina, Yeonji Seo, Ian Larkin, Lamar Pierce, Blake Ashforth, Donald Lange, Abhijeet K. Vadera, Michael G. Pratt, Henrich R. Greve, Daphne Teh, Jo-Ellen Pozner, Jared D. Harris, Marco Clemente, Rudolphe Durand, Joseph Porac, Dolly Chugh, Mary C. Kern

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