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Más allá de la eficiencia: Lecciones éticas de la crisis para la cultura empresarial

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  • Argandoña, Antonio

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Se ha dicho a menudo que la crisis financiera que ha venido golpeando a la economía mundial desde mediados de 2007 es una crisis ética. Al estudiar las conductas de los agentes que tomaron las decisiones importantes que pudieron conducir a la crisis, podemos encontrar, desde luego, muchas conductas inmorales, pero también están presentes en otros entornos. Que la crisis tenga una dimensión ética no quiere decir que ésa sea su única causa. La tesis de este trabajo es que ésta es una crisis de dirección o gobierno de una amplia gama de instituciones, que, a su vez, refleja el fallo de un modelo económico y social, apoyado en unos supuestos antropológicos y éticos, que son los que han fallado.

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  • Argandoña, Antonio, 2010. "Más allá de la eficiencia: Lecciones éticas de la crisis para la cultura empresarial," IESE Research Papers D/876, IESE Business School.
  • Handle: RePEc:ebg:iesewp:d-0876
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    Crisis financiera; etica; Teoría de la acción; Virtudes;

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