Data from: Forces of corruption: Effects of power on perceptions of openness and information-sharing
datasetposted on 11.06.2021, 03:21 by LI JIAYING (SMU), Ming-Hong TSAI
This is the underlying dataset for the master thesis: Forces of corruption: Effects of power on perceptions of openness and information-sharing.
In considering the power relations that characterize a manager-subordinate relationship, upward information-sharing is often constrained by relative power differentials. However, a burgeoning volume of research has established that power holders are more attuned to situational goals, thus exhibit greater flexibility in behaviour than powerless persons. This paper therefore proposed a model with epistemic motivation as an intervening variable that enhances information-sharing between dyadic counterparts who have unequal power. However, this model was not supported by findings. Nonetheless, this can be attributed to experimental settings – which future studies should address with construct replication.