publication . Article . 2012

GLOBAL CRISIS: SEARCHING THE ORIGINS BY BUSINESS ECONOMICS

POLLIFRONI Massimo;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Jan 2012 Journal: Revista Economica, volume 63.4-5, issue 4-5, pages 199-212
Abstract
Aim and topic of the paper is to research the causes of the current global crisis, which manifests itself in financial terms, but whose origin is due to the ethical model of reference: the question is evident both in macroeconomics and in Business Economics. Just from this last point of view, the article will attempt to highlight what should be the correct drivers of ethical management for companies oriented towards an internationalization of their business.
Subjects
free text keywords: Business Economics, Business Ethics, Corporate Social Responsibility, Globalisation, Sustainable Development, jel:M14, jel:M16, jel:M21
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