2. Law and Ethics, and the Federal Sentencing Guidelines.
contributed significantly to the development of the Organizational
Integrity approach. Arranged by importance to the topic rather
than alphabetically or chronologically, they-and other works-may
be secured through this site by arrangement with Amazon.com.
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the public realm and the lack of law in the private.)
Linda K., and Katherine A. Nelson. Managing
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Linda K., et al. "Managing Ethics and Legal Compliance:
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Richard A., ed. Morality and the Law. Belmont, Calif.:
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Jay A., and Joseph E. Murphy. Interactive
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Lawbreaking and Interactive Corporate Compliance: Resolving
the Regulation-Deregulation Dichotomy. New York: Quorum