2 edition of Rationality, legitimacy, responsibility found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Edwin M. Epstein, Dow Votaw.|
|Contributions||Epstein, Edwin M., Votaw, Dow., California. University. School of Business Administration.|
|LC Classifications||HD60 .R38|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 218 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||218|
|LC Control Number||78018302|
The state, in sum, runs the risk of a rationality crisis if it fails to meet the demands of the economy, and a legitimacy crisis, or a loss of public support, if it fails to meet those of its citizens. A fourth type of crisis is what Habermas calls a motivation crisis. This can occur when the lifeworld culture in which civic privatism is. The Legitimacy of The European Union through Legal Rationality. by Richard Ball. Routledge Research in EU Law. Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it * You Rated it *Brand: Taylor And Francis.
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Rationality, Legitimacy, Responsibility: Search for New Directions in Business and Society Pages: The book presents theories, concepts of responsibility for stakeholder justice, and basic ethical principles of respect for autonomy, dignity, integrity, and vulnerability.
This is the foundation for an analysis of the ethical relations to internal and external constituencies of the firm, i.e. shareholders, owners, investors, management, employees, consumers, and local by: The book also proposes a theory of corporate responsibility and legitimacy that builds upon the concept of accountability and explores the relevance of applying methods of study traditionally associated with the humanities to contemporary problems of corporate by: In taking this position of legal rationality, the book focuses on free movement rights of TCNs within EU treaties and implementing legislation, the Area of Freedom Security and Justice, and Association by: 4.
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The right to free movement is no exception to this rule. Chapter 1 established the economic importance of third country nationals (TCNs) to the EU, now and in the future, and as the free movement Author: Richard Ball.
Responsibility book Rationality Books Showing of Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality (ebook) by. Eliezer Yudkowsky (Goodreads Author) (shelved 57 times as rationality) avg rating — 12, ratings — published Want to Read saving Want to Read. The legitimacy of an organization has to do with a judgment, assessment, or evaluation made by its publics.
A legitimacy judgment entails a process of construal. To take this objection one step further, one might claim that legal rules. have no rational value at all but that the rationality of legal rules is merely. an after-the-fact attribute of the judicial application of those rules to facts.
in the form of a final by: 1. Indeed, the contents as well as the rationality of legitimacy and the types of legitimacy conflicts have changed and this is an important challenge for developing sustainability in the intersection between corporate social responsibility, corporate citizenship, and corporate by: 1.
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Rationality, Democracy, and Justice. “ A Causal Responsibility Approach to Voting.” In Readings in Philosophy: Democracy, edited Cited by: 4. In contrast to the prevailing view that citizens’ decisions about the legitimacy of their governments are strongly conditioned by political culture and socialization and are hence largely non-rational, Ronald Rogowski argues that such decisions may indeed be the product of rational choice.
The book proceeds both from recent work in the theory of voting and constitutional choice and from the older tradition of contract theory to postulate that decisions about legitimacy. The chapter explores the process of conferring legitimacy upon a public sector organization.
It elaborates on how communication shapes and is shaped by legitimacy. The chapter provides some best practices and strategies to suggest a route guide for building legitimacy in public sector organizations. This book confronts one of the central questions of political science: how people choose to accept or not to accept particular governments.
In contrast to the prevailing view that citizens' decisions about the legitimacy of their governments are strongly conditioned by political culture and socialization and are hence largely non-rational, Ronald Rogowski argues that such decisions.
The aim of this study is to explore the possibility of using the legitimacy theory as a plausible explanation for CSR reporting practices by organizations within the context of developing nations. In terms of the future direction of the applicability of the legitimacy theory, there appears to be a number of subject areas or legitimacy threatening incidents to be Cited by: 1.
resistance from the other, whereas authority existed when there was a belief in the legitimacy of that power. He further states that what distinguishes authority, from coercion, force and power on the one hand and leadership, persuasion and influence on the other hand, is legitimacy.7File Size: KB.
Rationality, legitimacy, responsibility: search for new directions in business and society Author: Edwin M Epstein ; Dow Votaw ; University of California, Berkeley. This book examines the concept of political legitimacy within the European Union through the principles of legal rationality, focusing in particular on the European Union’s policy towards third country : Richard Ball argues that for legal doctrine to be rational it must display the requirements of formal, instrumental and substantive rationality, each mutually exclusive and essential.
In taking this position of legal rationality, the book focuses on free movement rights of TCNs within EU treaties and implementing legislation, the Area of.
Rational Legitimacy: A Theory of Political Support Ronald Rogowski argues that such decisions may indeed be the product of rational choice. The book proceeds both from recent work in the theory of voting and constitutional choice and from the older tradition of contract theory to postulate that decisions about legitimacy are really choices.
Lindblom suggests that when a legitimacy gap occurs, there is a threat to the entity’s legitimacy and when a disparity, actual or potential, exists between the two value systems, there is a threat to the entity’s legitimacy.
Dowling and Pfeffer () indicate that legitimacy is a resource on which an organisation is dependent for Size: KB. legitimacy. Why is it important to pay attention to rationality in discussions on public responsibility and overlooks the importance of other concerns such as democracy, justice, equality, and legality.
There are many books and articles on the importance of feelings and emotions in managing organizations. This.The increase in cases of political corruption, the loss of politicians' credibility, the development of social and political forms of pathology (notably the rise of the extreme right along with exclusionist ideologies), and the role of the State have been at the center of political debates.
In one way or another, these problems raise the question of the legitimacy of the established powers.American legal realism was committed to examining legal reasoning in terms of the actual experiences of judges.
Because the realist project sought to use social science tools to examine human nature, the contemporary rise of cognitive neuroscience provides an occasion for re-examining legal realism’s foundational critique of the law. Realism’s attempt to examine “the Cited by: 1.