Daniel Martin, assistant professor of management
Management prof publishes new research on measuring unethical behavior
- May 11, 2010 5:00am
Daniel Martin, assistant professor of management, published a new article, “Validation of the moral competency inventory measurement instrument: Content, construct, convergent and discriminant approaches” in the peer reviewed journal, Management Research Review.
The purpose of his paper is to introduce practitioners to the appropriate use of measures of unethical behavior, evaluate the use of integrity-related assessments for use in personnel selection, and determine the validity of the moral competency index (MCI) instrument using standard validation procedures.
CSUEB students, faculty and staff may read the entire journal article online via the library:
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