A Theory of Ethical Accounting and Its Implications for Hypocrisy in Organizations

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Peter H. Kim suggests hypocrisy may stem not only from people’s motivation to interpret and utilize information in a self-serving manner but also from fundamental differences in people’s access to that information itself. Image courtesy of Peter H. Kim.

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