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‘I Don’t Lend Money; It Causes Amnesia!’ Money, Culture and Ethics.
Journal of Applied Christian Leadership
  • Annetta M. Gibson, Andrews University
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
4-1-2010
Abstract
Christian leaders seek to be ethical people and make ethical decisions, but often the ethical dilemmas a leader must face do not have clear-cut answers. Ethical dilemmas can be even more troubling when they occur in a culturally diverse situation that is coupled with decisions involving financial transactions. Views of money and how to handle money are culturally influenced and may not be the same as the views of the leader, who may come from a different culture. This leads the Christian leader to ponder: When working in a culturally diverse environment, how can one tell the difference between a money-related cultural difference and an ethical infraction? The following article discusses the challenges of intercultural leadership that involve financial transactions and offers suggestions for addressing the resulting cultural and ethical questions.
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Citation Information
Annetta M. Gibson. "‘I Don’t Lend Money; It Causes Amnesia!’ Money, Culture and Ethics." Journal of Applied Christian Leadership (2010) p. 106 - 125
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/annetta_gibson/10/