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Sergi Bruno S. (University of Messina, Italy)
Ethics and the Function International Community
Etyka i funkcja międzynarodowych organizacji ekonomicznych
Studia i Prace Wydziału Nauk Ekonomicznych i Zarządzania / Uniwersytet Szczeciński, 2008, nr 4, s. 17-33, bibliogr. 24 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Etyka, Etyka biznesu, Kodeks etyki
Ethics, Business ethics, Code of ethics
Omówiono funkcje i znaczenie międzynarodowych organizacji ekonomicznych. Zwrócono również uwagę na rolę etyki w tego typu organizacjach.

The last sixty years have seen international economic organisations maintain a position at the forefront of promoting economic growth. However, these organisations have not achieved as much against certain benchmarks, and several observers have accused them of being unqualified to meet the needs of the poor and even found guilty of worse outcomes, such as famine and disease. Although these organisations have organisational behaviour and skills, many of their funded-projects lack forcefulness to such extent that they should only be answerable through achieving certain economic facts by way of ethics and moral. (original abstract)
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  13. Mises, von L. 1949. Human action: A treatise on economics. New Haven: Yale University Press.
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  19. Sergi, B. S. 2003a. Economic dynamics in transitional economies: The four-p governments, the EU enlargement, and the Bruxelles consensus. New York: International Business Press.
  20. Sergi, B. S. 2003b. How to make IMF-supported programmes credible: A tripartite body versus the Tetters of intent'. Transformations in Business & Economics 2, No. 2(4): 37-51.
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