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La dimensión ética de la crisis financiera

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  • Argandoña, Antonio

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Las causas de la reciente crisis financiera y de la recesión económica internacional que le siguió se han ido aclarando, con el paso del tiempo. Una de esas causas, frecuentemente apuntada, es de naturaleza ética: la crisis, se ha afirmado, es un fallo moral de los directivos de muchas empresas, agencias de rating, reguladores, gobiernos, etc., así como de no pocos de sus clientes. Pero, ¿qué quiere decir que esta crisis tiene su origen en conductas inmorales? ¿No es esto algo común, no ya a otras crisis, sino a muchos comportamientos en el mundo de los negocios? En este trabajo pasamos revista a una serie de fenómenos morales, que parecen estar presentes en la crisis actual, con especial énfasis en el papel de la ética en la toma de decisiones financieras y su posible papel como solución a esos problemas.

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  • Argandoña, Antonio, 2010. "La dimensión ética de la crisis financiera," IESE Research Papers D/872, IESE Business School.
  • Handle: RePEc:ebg:iesewp:d-0872
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    Crisis financiera; Decisiones; Empresa; Etica; Virtudes morales;

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