A CROSS-CULTURAL COMPARISON OF ETHICAL ATTITUDES OF
MARKETING MANAGERS: PUERTO RICO AND THE UNITED STATED
Presented to the
Faculty of Argosy University/Sarasota
In partial fulfillment of
the requirement for the degree of
Doctor in Business Administration
Gino Franceschi Torres
The first comparative study was conducted for investigating the cross-cultural comparison of ethical attitudes of marketing managers in Puerto Rico and the United States, and if the dimensions of Hofstede have some influence in the ethical attitudes.
A descriptive research design was used in this investigation. A total of 254 subjects representing the SME of Puerto Rico and the AMA Chapter in South Florida, was used. All are marketing managers.
A t-test analysis proved two thinks, first, that there no differences between the ethical attitudes of the marketing managers in Puerto Rico and in the United States and second, the dimensions of Hofstede’s do not have any influence in the ethical perception of the marketing managers in Puerto Rico.
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