More Ethical – Thai or American Business Behavior?: Ethical Business Practices and Differences Between Cultures
Date of Graduation
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
The study and comparison of cross cultural business ethics was conducted specifically in the countries of Thailand and the United States. To study these two countries’ business ethics, a survey was conducted in each country, analyzed, and compared to one another. The research was conducted on a Micro Empirical scale. This approach by definition “hypothesizes the existence of general norms or values and then gathers and analyzes data with a view of determining the extent to which these norms or values prevail in the group surveyed” (Koehn & Leung, 2004). Thailand and the United States are hypothesized in this study as having general norms and values. The gathering and analysis of data is purposed to understand the extent in which the norms and values in the realm of business ethics prevail in each country.
Carlson, M. (2016). More Ethical – Thai or American Business Behavior?: Ethical Business Practices and Differences Between Cultures. Marketing Undergraduate Honors Theses Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/mktguht/30