5 edition of The Limits of Transparency found in the catalog.
February 8, 2007
by Cornell University Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||219|
Drawing on an unlimited wealth of precise-life examples from the business world, this energetic business book goes in search of the acceptable limits of transparency. From business confidentiality and the ethics of promoting to lobbying and company corruption, the author addresses the place, significance and limits of transparency in. Unintended Consequences and the Limits of Transparency. By Joshua Tauberer. April ; revised August Influencing Vietnam politics. Transparency can have an effect on the accountability of government representatives through different channels.
Get this from a library! The limits of transparency: ambiguity and the history of international finance. [Jacqueline Best] -- "A decade of crises has reminded us of the fragility of the international financial system. Conventional wisdom holds that uncertainty is the basic problem of financial governance, and attempts to. "Drawing on a vast wealth of real-life examples from the commercial world, this book goes in search of the appropriate limits of transparency. From commercial confidentiality and the ethics of marketing to lobbying and corporate corruption, the author addresses the position, significance and limits of transparency in modern corporate life, working through the dilemmas presented .
In Transparency, the authors–a powerhouse trio in the field of leadership–look at what conspires against "a culture of candor" in organizations to create disastrous results, and suggest ways that leaders can achieve healthy and honest openness. They explore the lightning-rod concept of "transparency"–which has fast become the buzzword not only in business and 4/5(1). Transparency is great. I've been following John Kim's blog for a while now, and when his book came out, I had to buy it. It is a quick and enjoyable read and he delivers a great message through his therapeutic approach. I have recommended this book to many friends and they have all enjoyed it as well/5(17).
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"The Limits of Transparency demonstrates that many of the puzzles confronting us regarding the politics of money and finance can be unlocked if we move from a narrowly rationalist understanding of political economy to one also informed by constructivist insights. This book demonstrates that constructivism, done well, can be a model of theoretical clarity, empirically /5(3).
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The concept of transparency has in recent years become increasingly relevant in a world characterized by its ever-growing by: Yet delivering transparency seems immensely difficult, with the oftencompeting interests of shareholders, corporate boards, government regulators and other stakeholders to be taken into account.
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Transparency is viewed as a self-evident good in Western society. Etzioni reexamines the theoretical assumptions underlying the thesis that transparency plays a major role in holding democratic governments accountable.
His analysis reveals that transparency plays a much smaller role than is often by: What Are the Limits of Transparency. Summing Up: What's the proper balance in an organization between transparency and opaqueness. Many of Jim Heskett 's readers would err on the side of management forthrightness.
The Limits of Transparency Alex Cukierman∗ March 19 Abstract This paper probes the limits of transparency in monetary policymaking along two di-mensions: feasibility and desirability.
It argues that, even central banks that are considered champions of openess are not very clear about their measures of the output gap and about.
VOL. 3 ThE LIMITS Of TRANSPARENCY with lower payoffs—exactly the opposite of the intended effect of disclosure. The second paper () presented an eco-nomic model of the dynamics involved and, in the main study, used a more naturalistic situa-tion somewhat akin to the interactions between.
John Christensen, Director, Tax Justice Network International Secretariat 'This book is a timely exploration of what 'transparency' entails, the basis for expecting it of companies, and the limits which may apply to adopting it a welcome contribution both to contemporary debate and to the practical challenges which must be addressed by the creators of wealth.'.
Cukierman: The Limits of Transparency 3 transparency is currently hailed as an important feature of best practice policymaking institutions, there are several aspects of modern monetary policymaking that are not as transparent as current rhetoric would lead one to believe.
In addition, there are circumstances in which excessive. The aim of this book is therefore to describe the nature and limits of corporate transparency, how far it is possible for companies to tell the truth, how far they should be required to tell the truth and when they might have a right to keep information secret.
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The Limits of Transparency After the Asian financial crisis, critics chalked up the catastrophe to a lack of transparency in the region's business practices. The concept has since then become the latest Holy Grail in global finance reform. A case study of the data broker industry reveals the limits of transparency and shows that commodification of personal information is at the root of the power imbalances that transparency-based Author: Matthew Crain.
Modern business theorists hail the open organization, but secrets between employers and employees are sometimes a good thing. Jim Heskett discusses the balance between transparency and : HBS Working Knowledge. The Limits of Transparency: Pitfalls and Potential of Disclosing Conflicts of Interest by George Loewenstein, Daylian M.
Cain and Sunita Sah. Published in volumeissue 3, pages of American Economic Review, MayAbstract: We review evidence from our published and ongoing research tha. During the recent decade, there has been some discussion on the "limits of transparency", mostly with an emphasis on the complexities of commodification of transparent resources (Cukierman, Author: Alex Cukierman.
The Limits of Transparency Posted on Nov, in Secrecy by Steven Aftergood Openness in government is a prerequisite to democratic self-rule and is the best available antidote to official corruption. The Limits of Transparency Alex Cukierman∗ June 27 Abstract This paper probes the limits of transparency in monetary policymaking along two dimensions: feasibility and desirability.
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