The Proper Place of Organizational Scholarship: A Comment on Hinings and Greenwood

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Abstract

The author reports on the impact which corporate scandals in the United States have had on organizational and management research. Also discussed is the way in which the roles of professors at business schools have been altered. The challenges which business school professors face in the wake of corporate scandals are discussed. Changes which have occurred to the way in which business schools teach ethics and the ways in which organizational research is handled are discussed. Questions which have been raised regarding the impact of professors sitting on corporate boards are mentioned.

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  • Jean M. Bartunek

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