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Mentalité financière par-delà bien et mal - des marchés amoraux


  • Norberg, Peter

    () (Dept. of Business Administration, Stockholm School of Economics)


Les conditions de travail particulières et les forces sociales créent une mentalité sur les marchés financiers. L’avidité abstraite et le concept de la main invisible ont des rôles essentiels dans la moralité des marchés financiers. La digitisation des marchés contribue à l’aliénation et l’irresponsabilité, et une mentalité amorale qui a autonomisé la sphère financière. Des traders et des courtiers sont souvent instruits dans les théories économiques néo-classiques, qui les incitent à négliger les dimensions de la moralité qui dépassent des règles explicites. Ces surhommes pseudo-Nietzschéens perçoivent leurs activités comme étant situé hors du bien et du mal.

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  • Norberg, Peter, 2005. "Mentalité financière par-delà bien et mal - des marchés amoraux," SSE/EFI Working Paper Series in Business Administration 2005:9, Stockholm School of Economics, revised 23 Sep 2005.
  • Handle: RePEc:hhb:hastba:2005_009

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    avidité; amoralité; marchés financiers; la main invisible;

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