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Détails du magazine
Format
Magazine
eISSN
2198-6800
Première publication
16 Apr 2017
Période de publication
2 fois par an
Langues
Anglais, Allemand

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Volume 6 (2018): Edition 2 (December 2018)

Détails du magazine
Format
Magazine
eISSN
2198-6800
Première publication
16 Apr 2017
Période de publication
2 fois par an
Langues
Anglais, Allemand

Chercher

2 Articles
access type Accès libre

Soll die Betriebswirtschaftslehre die Interessen anderer Akteure explizit berücksichtigen?

Publié en ligne: 10 Jan 2020
Pages: 155 - 169

Résumé

Abstract

Business administration argues that means-end-analysis in the interest of firms does not need to take the interests of other actors into account. Its implicit or explicit reason is that there is a harmony between firm goals and the interests of other actors. This study objects from a critical rationalist perspective that such harmony hypotheses are not empirically confirmed. Because of this, actors are not truly free to pursue their own interests. Instead, this study argues that actors on markets are allowed to pursue their own interests as long as they consider the legitimate interests of other actors at the same time. The study goes on to show how business administration should analyze means-end-statements that try to realize this market value.

Mots clés

  • Critical rationalism
  • legitimate interests
  • means-end-analysis
  • profit orientation
  • pursuing own interests
access type Accès libre

Is the Greek debt sustainable? Analyzing three different scenarios for the forthcoming period 2018–2022

Publié en ligne: 10 Jan 2020
Pages: 171 - 182

Résumé

Abstract

In this paper, we attempt to estimate the development of the Greek public debt for the period 2018–2022. In order to achieve this, we analyze three different fiscal scenarios that are based on the official data available, together with our estimations that are based on a specific conceptual framework that we develop. The three scenarios are based on a different mixture of Gross domestic product (GDP) growth rates and budgetary surpluses of GDP. The analysis concludes that the numerical outcome is almost the same in all three case scenarios. However, the third scenario is the best since it leads to higher growth, GDP, and less austerity measures, and thus making public debt sustainable in the long run. The third scenario also provides the best combination of the trade-off between austerity and growth. We conclude by discussing some policy measures.

Mots clés

  • Greek Public Debt
  • Debt Development
  • Three Fiscal and Growth Policy Scenarios

JEL Classification

  • H21
  • H50
  • H62
  • H63
  • P16
2 Articles
access type Accès libre

Soll die Betriebswirtschaftslehre die Interessen anderer Akteure explizit berücksichtigen?

Publié en ligne: 10 Jan 2020
Pages: 155 - 169

Résumé

Abstract

Business administration argues that means-end-analysis in the interest of firms does not need to take the interests of other actors into account. Its implicit or explicit reason is that there is a harmony between firm goals and the interests of other actors. This study objects from a critical rationalist perspective that such harmony hypotheses are not empirically confirmed. Because of this, actors are not truly free to pursue their own interests. Instead, this study argues that actors on markets are allowed to pursue their own interests as long as they consider the legitimate interests of other actors at the same time. The study goes on to show how business administration should analyze means-end-statements that try to realize this market value.

Mots clés

  • Critical rationalism
  • legitimate interests
  • means-end-analysis
  • profit orientation
  • pursuing own interests
access type Accès libre

Is the Greek debt sustainable? Analyzing three different scenarios for the forthcoming period 2018–2022

Publié en ligne: 10 Jan 2020
Pages: 171 - 182

Résumé

Abstract

In this paper, we attempt to estimate the development of the Greek public debt for the period 2018–2022. In order to achieve this, we analyze three different fiscal scenarios that are based on the official data available, together with our estimations that are based on a specific conceptual framework that we develop. The three scenarios are based on a different mixture of Gross domestic product (GDP) growth rates and budgetary surpluses of GDP. The analysis concludes that the numerical outcome is almost the same in all three case scenarios. However, the third scenario is the best since it leads to higher growth, GDP, and less austerity measures, and thus making public debt sustainable in the long run. The third scenario also provides the best combination of the trade-off between austerity and growth. We conclude by discussing some policy measures.

Mots clés

  • Greek Public Debt
  • Debt Development
  • Three Fiscal and Growth Policy Scenarios

JEL Classification

  • H21
  • H50
  • H62
  • H63
  • P16

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