Is Ethics a Liability in Turbulent Competitive Environments? and Review of FIT, FAILURE, and the HALL of FAME: HOW COMPANIES SUCCEED or FAIL, by Raymond E. Miles and Charles C. Snow
Business Ethics Quarterly 1996 April; 6(2): 233-239
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