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International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Perceptions of Ethical Practices as against Entrepreneurs Socio Demographic Factors: Perspectives of Sri Lankan Entrepreneurs

Dr. G D V Rupika Senadheera

Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to investigate the ethical practices as against entrepreneurs socio demographic factors pertaining in Sri Lanka to shape entrepreneurialism in Sri Lanka and to identify and evaluate specific socio demographic differences that exist in organizational work context in terms of egoistic ethical practices, utilitarian ethical practices and deontological ethical practices. The study identified quantitative methodology to capture the holistic nature of interactions and socio demographic factors measures in terms of gender, age, education, experience and training. Out of 500 entrepreneurs summoned for the survey, only 333 responded. Quantitative data reflected that, there was no strong influence of socio demographic factors on governing the ethical practices of entrepreneurs in Sri Lankan Sri Lankan business organizations. Key Words: Entrepreneurship, egoistic ethical practices, utilitarian ethical practices and deontological ethical, Socio demographical factors.

Keywords: Entrepreneurship, egoistic ethical practices, utilitarian ethical practices and deontological ethical, Socio demographical factors



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