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|Title:||The appropriate banker and the need for ontological re-positioning|
|Publisher:||Gothenburg Research Institute|
|Organization:||Gothenburg Research Institute|
|Keywords:||Financial Crisis, virtue ethics, bank management, ontology, managerial disconnect.|
|Abstract:||It is obvious that the bankers of this world have failed miserably. Top managers have failed to know what was going on in their organization (or worse). At lower levels of bank the employees have failed to realize that they were gambling with other people’s money. Professionally and morally the financial crisis is a disaster. The problems for regulators and scholars are profound. There are compelling reasons to seek new bearings by re-positioning the banker as a responsible person in a socially ... more|
|Appears in Collections:||Research Report|
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