Revisiting the scale of the Moral Entrepreneurial Personality in China
Abstract:Moral entrepreneurs have been defined as activists who devote considerable time to influencing people to change their values to a particular value system (Becker, 1963; Posner, 1999). Yurtsever (2003) built a measurement model of the moral personality of entrepreneurs, called the Moral Entrepreneur's Personality (MEP) through an intensive study of members of two nonprofit organizations as well as students, professors, and staff members from two universities. Creating Public Awareness, Resistance, Anticipating Threats, and Mobilizing Power have been identified as the four dimension components of the MEP.
In the present study the aim was to examine the generalizability of the MEP measurement model in a Chinese context through a large-scale survey of top managers of Chinese corporations.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: September 1, 2009
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