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1.

UNIQUE CASE IDENTIFIER CREATED BY ICPSR

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2.

RESPONDENT ID

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3.

SCENARIO TYPE

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4.

CORPORATION ID

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5.

THIS PRACTICE IS COMMON IN THE FIRM

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6.

THIS PRACTICE IS COMMON IN THE INDUSTRY

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7.

NO INFORMATION ABOUT THE CULTURE

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8.

LOSING GROUND TO FOREIGN COMPETITORS

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9.

ECONOMICALLY HEALTHY

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10.

ECONOMICALLY DETERIORATING

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11.

IS CLASSIFIED BY THE EPA AS A MAJOR DISCHARGER

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12.

IS CLASSIFIED BY THE EPA AS A MINOR DISCHARGER

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13.

FACILITY IS OVER 20 YEARS OLD

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14.

FACILITY IS NEW

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15.

FACILITY HAS BEEN REFURBISHED

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16.

FACILITY IS LOCATED IN A SUBURBAN AREA NEAR A LARGE CITY

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17.

FACILITY IS LOCATED IN A RURAL AREA

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18.

FACILITY IS LOCATED IN AN URBAN AREA

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19.

COMPANY OWNS ONE FACILITY

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20.

COMPANY OWNS SEVERAL FACILITIES

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21.

STRENGTHEN THE FIRM'S COMPETITIVE POSITION

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22.

WEAKEN THE FIRM'S COMPETITIVE POSITION

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23.

FIRM PROMOTES ITSELF AS A GREEN COMPANY

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24.

NO INFORMATION ON MARKETING

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25.

FIRM HAS EXCEEDED REGULATORY COMPLIANCE STANDARDS

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26.

FIRM GENERALLY HAS MET EPA COMPLIANCE STANDARDS

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27.

FIRM ROUTINELY HAS VIOLATED EPA COMPLIANCE STANDARDS

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28.

VOLUNTEERED TO PARTICIPATE IN AN EPA SPONSORED POLLUTION REDUCTION PROGRAM

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WAS CONTACTED BY THE EPA TO PARTICIPATE IN A VOLUNTARY POLLUTION REDUCTION PROGRAM, BUT DECLINED TO DO SO

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30.

DECLINING SALES AND REVENUES

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31.

INCREASING SALES AND REVENUES

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32.

PUBLICLY OWNED COMPANY

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33.

PRIVARTELY OWNED COMPANY

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34.

THE FIRM TOOK NO ACTION AGAINST AN EMPLOYEE WHO WAS DISCOVERED VIOLATING ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS

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35.

THE FIRM SEVERELY REPRIMANDED AN EMPLOYEE WHO WAS DISCOVERED VIOLATING ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS

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36.

THE FIRM FIRED AN EMPLOYEE WHO WAS DISCOVERED VIOLATING ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS

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37.

A HOTLINE IN WHICH VIOLATION OF COMPLIANCE CAN BE ANONYMOUSLY REPORTED

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38.

AN ETHICS CODE

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39.

MANDATORY ETHICS TRAINING

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40.

INTERNAL RANDOM ENVIRONMENTAL AUDITS IN WHICH VIOLATIONS OF COMPLIANCE CAN BE UNCOVERED

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41.

MANDATORY SELF-REPORTING TO THE EPA OF MONTHLY RELEASE DATA

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42.

IS ASKED BY A HIGHER LEVEL MANAGER

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43.

ASKS AN EMPLOYEE

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44.

A MID-LEVEL MANAGER

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45.

AN UPPER-LEVEL MANAGER

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46.

ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS GUIDE TOP MANAGEMENT HIRING DECISIONS, PERFORMANCE EVALUATIONS, AND PROMOTIONS

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47.

ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS ARE CONSIDERED IMPORTANT, BUT DISTINCT, FROM BUSINESS DECISIONS

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48.

ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS ARE CONSIDERED MOSTLY IRRELEVENT, TO BUSINESS DECISIONS

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49.

FIRM HAS BEEN MANDATED TO RELEASE PUBLIC INFORMATION REGARDING THE TYPE AND AMOUNT OF TOXIC SUBSTANCES RELEASED

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NO INFORMATION ABOUT AWARENESS

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