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Oekonomische und ausseroekonomische Werteorientierung in der Organisationswahl (Economic and Non-Economic Value Orientation within the Selection of Organizations)

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  • Schank, Christoph
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    Vor dem Hintergrund des Eintrittes in das duale System der Berufsausbildung werden die Wahlentscheidungen fuer oder gegen bestimmte ausbildende Organisationen unter dem Gesichtspunkt verschiedener, alternierender oder miteinander in Konkurrenz stehender Werteorientierungen untersucht. Es wird dadurch mit der Vorstellung gebrochen, die oekonomische Handlungslogik sei der einzig legitime Ausdruck rationalen Handelns. Unter Zuhilfenahme einer empirischen Vorgehensweise werden jene Werteorientierungen beschrieben und ihr Einfluss auf die Organisationswahl bestimmt. Es zeigt sich dabei, dass sich nicht allein vermeintlich systemkonforme, oekonomische Wahlmotive als handlungsleitend – und damit fuer ein belastbares Erklaerungsmodell als hinreichend – erweisen. (Against the background of entering the dual system of vocational training, the decisions for and against certain educational organizations will be investigated in consideration of different alternate or competing value orientations. Thus, the idea of economic behavioral logic being the only legitimate expression of rational choice is abandoned. By utilizing an empirical approach, these value orientations and their effect on the selection of specific organizations will be determined. It shows that the choices are not exclusively informed by allegedly system-compatible, economic motives; therefore, these motives cannot be deemed sufficient to support an explanatory model.)

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    Article provided by Rainer Hampp Verlag in its journal Zeitschrift fuer Wirtschafts- und Unternehmensethik.

    Volume (Year): 13 (2012)
    Issue (Month): 1 ()
    Pages: 62-81

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    Handle: RePEc:rai:ethics:doi_10.1688/1862-0043_zfwu_2012_01_schank
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