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In general terms, ethical behavior stems from societal culture, decision-making processes, leadership, unrealistic performance goals, organization culture, and personal ethics (Hill & Hult, 2015). Home-country managers working abroad in multinational firms (expatriate managers) may experience more than the usual degree of pressure to violate their personal ethics. They are away from their ordinary social context and supporting culture, and they are psychologically and geographically distant from the parent company. They may be based in a culture that does not place the same value on ethical norms important in the manager's home country, and they may be surrounded by local employees who have less rigorous ethical standards. The parent company
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