Journal of Business Ethics

, Volume 78, Issue 3, pp 291–297 | Cite as

Integrating Ethics into Management

  • Domènec Melé


Business Ethic Corporate Governance Business School Ethical Leadership Virtue Ethic 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.IESE Business SchoolUniversity of NavarraBarcelonaSpain

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