The Illusion Of Transparency In Corporate Governance: Does Transparency Help Or Hinder True Ethical Conduct?

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The Illusion Of Transparency In Corporate Governance: Does Transparency Help Or Hinder True Ethical Conduct?
Authors: Finn Janning
Year: 2020
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Language: english
ISBN 13: 9783030357801
ISBN 12683030357805
Categorie: Responsibility and Business Ethics
Pages: 168
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The Illusion Of Transparency In Corporate Governance: Does Transparency Help Or Hinder True Ethical Conduct? Finn Janning, Wafa Khlif, Coral Ingley
Transparency is generally seen as a corporate priority and a central attribute for promoting business growth and social morality. From a philosophical perspective, society has experienced a gradual paradigm shift which intensified after the Second World War with the advent of the information era. As a fundamental part of an inescapable, hegemonic capitalist system and given the insistent emphasis on it as a moral imperative, transparency, this book avers, needs to be examined and challenged as to its true governance value in building a sustainable twenty-first century society. Rather than clinging to the fantasy of complete transparency as the only form of accountability, corporate governance is strengthened in this way by practicing true social responsibility, which emerges not from outward-looking compliance but from a deeper place in the corporate psyche through inward-looking contemplation and the development of moral maturity. Categories:
Business & Economics – Responsibility and Business Ethics
Year:
2020
Publisher:
Palgrave Macmillan
Language:
english
Pages:
168
ISBN 10:
3030357805
ISBN 13:
9783030357801
File:
1.95 MB

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