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ABSTRACT:We examine supervisor-subordinate (dis)agreement regarding perceptions of the supervisor's ethical leadership and its relationship to organizational deviance. We find that, on average, supervisors rate themselves more favorably on ethical leadership compared to how followers rate them. In addition, polynomial regression results reveal that unit-level organizational deviance is higher when there is agreement about lower levels of ethical leadership, and disagreement when supervisorsdoi:10.1017/beq.2018.14 fatcat:gq33zw2exves3hx4s4c2ns4v7m