Corrupt Intent, CPI, Love of Money, Pay Satisfaction
By incorporating pay satisfaction at Level 1 and Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) at Level 2, we investigated the relationship between the love of money and self-reported corrupt intent among 6,382 managers in 31 geopolitical entities across six continents. Our significant cross-level three-way interaction effect showed that for managers with high pay satisfaction, the intensity (slope) of the love of money to corrupt intent relationship was almost identical in high or low CPI entities but the former had the lowest magnitude of corrupt intent, whereas the latter had the highest. For those with low pay satisfaction, the slope was the steepest in high CPI entities, but was flat in the low CPI entities and the difference between the two was significant.
Academy of Management 2011 Annual Meeting - West Meets East: Enlightening. Balancing. Transcending, AOM 2011
School of Business Administration
Tang, Thomas Li Ping; Sutarso, Toto; Ansari, Mahfooz A.; Lim, Vivien Kim Geok; Teo, Thompson Sian Hin; Arias-Galicia, Fernando; Garber, Ilya; Vlerick, Peter; Liang, Jian; Akande, Adebowale; Allen, Michael W.; Alzubaidi, Abdulgawi Salim; Borg, Mark G.; Charles-Pauvers, Brigitte; Cheng, Bor Shiuan; Chiu, Randy K.; Du, Linzhi; De La Torre, Consuelo Garcia; Higgs, Rosario Correia; Ibrahim, Abdul Hamid Safwat; Jen, Chin Kang; Kazem, Ali Mahdi; Kim, Kilsun; Luna-Arocas, Roberto; Malovics, Eva; Moreira, Alice S.; Mpoyi, Richard T.; Nnedum, Anthony Ugochukwu Obiajulu; Osagie, Johnsto E.; Osman-Gani, Aahad M.; Özbek, Mehmet Ferhat; and Stembridge, Allen F., "The Love of Money is the Root of all Evil: Pay Satisfaction and CPI as Moderators" (2011). Faculty Publications. 1721.
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