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Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
Regional Review
Perspective: bad people do not have a monopoly on bad deeds: taking an organizational approach to ethics
Lynn Sharp Paine
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Recent corporate wrongdoing has focused attention on punishing the "bad apples." But bad people don't have a monopoly on bad deeds, and even decent people may find themselves doing wrong unless firms integrate ethics into their organizations.


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Lynn Sharp Paine, "Perspective: bad people do not have a monopoly on bad deeds: taking an organizational approach to ethics" , Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Regional Review, issue Q 4, pages 6-8, 2002.
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