Sub-theme 08: [SWG] Professional Wrongdoing: Governance and Regulation

Claudia Gabbioneta, Newcastle University, United Kingdom
Frida Pemer, Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden
Andrew Sturdy, University of Bristol, United Kingdom
Session Time Corridor 1: Thursday, July 08, 09:30 to 12:30, Virtual Conference (EventsAir)
Introductory Session, The Antecedents of Organizational Wrongdoing – Session 1
Break 1: 11:00 to 11:30
Chair: Andrew Sturdy
Max Braun and Thomas Mellewigt
Other people’s money: Meta-analysis on the governance antecedents of corporate misconduct
Discussant(s): Cavicchini et al.
Sondos Abdelgawad, Aloña Martiarena and Maya Kumar
The role of gender in firm-level bribery: Examining differences in the perception of anomie pressure across women owners and managers
Discussant(s): Braun & Mellewigt
Andrea Cavicchini, Fabrizio Ferraro and Sampsa Samila
Under pressure: Cultural and structure as antecedents of organizational misconduct
Discussant(s): Abdelgawad et al.
09:30–11:00: Introductory Session
11:30–12:30: Session 1
Session Time Corridor 2: Thursday, July 08, 16:00 to 19:00, Virtual Conference (EventsAir)
The Antecedents of Organizational Wrongdoing – Session 2 & Session 3
Break 1: 17:00 to 17:30
Chair: Claudia Gabbioneta (Session 2), Frida Pemer (Session 3)
Yajing Li and Alessandro Piazza
Discipline or threaten? Competition and financial misconduct
Discussant(s): Chhillar et al.
Thomas Fewer and Murat Tarakci
Politically extreme CEOs and corporate misconduct
Discussant(s): Li & Piazza
Deepika Chhillar, E. Geoffrey Love, Matthew S. Kraatz and Donald Sull
Organizational culture and wrongdoing: A view through the glassdoor
Discussant(s): Fewer & Tarakci
Sebastian Oelrich
Commitment as a double-edged sword: Organizational commitment influences norm effects on unethical behavior.
Discussant(s): Kim
David Jancsics, Salvador Espinosa and Jonathan E. Carlos
Organizational noncompliance: An interdisciplinary review
Discussant(s): Fisher & Tirapani
Jongsoo Kim
What Makes Ethical Blindness Last? The Specificity of Multinationals' Organizational Wrongdoing
Discussant(s): Jancsics et al.
Daniel Fisher and Alessandro Niccolò Tirapani
Piracy as organizational wrongdoing: From public-private “partnerships” to public-private pirates
Discussant(s): Oelrich
16:00–17:00: Session 2
17:30–19:00: Session 3
Session Time Corridor 3: Friday, July 09, 09:30 to 12:30, Virtual Conference (EventsAir)
The Antecedents of Professional Misconduct – Session 4 /// The Social Construction of Misconduct/Wrongdoing – Session 5
Break 1: 11:00 to 11:30
Chair: Frida Pemer (Session 4), Claudia Gabbioneta (Session 5)
Manuel Vaulont, Erica O’Neil, Gaymon Bennett, Donald Lange and Jason Robert
Integrity, identity, and pluralistic ignorance: When scientific values impede the reporting of wrongdoing
Discussant(s): Nix et al.
Anna M. Hinder
Client, conspirator or clutz? A case study inwrongdoing from the Australian Legal Profession
Discussant(s): Arora et al.
Adam Nix, Stephanie Decker and Carola Wolf
Client cooperation as a basis for professional misconduct
Discussant(s): Hinder
Navdeep K. Arora, Will Harvey, Graeme Currie and Dimitrios Spyridonidis
How and why individuals commit professional misconduct?
Discussant(s): Vaulont et al.
Dima Younes
Meaning construction and moral principles: When middle managers of a public administration re-define the permeability of the State to corporate interests in France as a social good
Discussant(s): Gumustas & Karatas Gumustas
Annick van Rossem
Early-career researchers’ construal of academic misconduct/wrongdoing: A repertory grid study
Discussant(s): Younes
Cihangir Gumustas and Nilgun Karatas Gumustas
Wrongdoing in crisis communication: A comparative case study of occupational accidents
Discussant(s): van Rossem
09:30–11:00: Session 4
11:30–12:30: Session 5
Session Time Corridor 4: Friday, July 09, 16:00 to 18:30, Virtual Conference (EventsAir)
The Social Construction of Misconduct – Session 6 /// Wrongdoing, Remedies to Wrongdoing/Corruption – Session 7
Break 1: 17:00 to 17:30
Chair: Andrew Sturdy (Session 6), Claudia Gabbioneta (Session 7)
Ana de Lima and Cíntia Rodrigues de Oliveira
Necro-capitalism: Accumulation practices of the niobium mining industry in Brazil
Discussant(s): Goes & Glufke Reis
Helna Goes and Germano Glufke Reis
Stakeholder Management in Organizational Misconduct: Justifications in Turbulent Times
Discussant(s): Detzen
Dominic Detzen
‘A building of shame and disgrace’ or ‘trial by media’? A Big Four audit firm constructs a new head office
Discussant(s): de Lima & Rodrigues de Oliveira
Felipe F. Couto, Alexandre de Pádua Carrieri, Mário Aquino Alves and Morgana G. Martins Krieger
Pro-Ethics: From law-regulation to government intervention on business ethics
Discussant(s): Sturdy
Andrew Sturdy
The governance of management consultancy use – Practices, problems and possibilities
Discussant(s): Chaves & Raufflet
Renato Chaves and Emmanuel Raufflet
Compliance programs as organizational responses to anti-corruption regulation: A literature review
Discussant(s): Couto et al.
16:00–17:00: Session 6
17:30–18:30: Session 7
Session Time Corridor 5: Saturday, July 10, 07:00 to 12:30, Virtual Conference (EventsAir)