5 edition of Restoring Trust in American Business found in the catalog.
January 3, 2005
by The MIT Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Jay W. Lorsch (Editor), Leslie Berlowitz (Editor), Andy Zelleke (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||190|
Restoring Trust in American Business (Leslie Cohen Berlowitz and Andy Zelleke eds.) (Cambridge: MIT Press, ) References [ edit ] ^ The John S. Bowman () "Jay William Lorsch" in Cambridge Dictionary of American. Corrections and Clarifications In "Restoring Trust in Corporate America" (Cover Story, June 24), we incorrectly reported that Fannie Mae CEO Franklin D. Raines urged his colleagues in the Business.
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Recent business scandals point to a disturbing breakdown of values in corporate America. This book responds to the crisis by examining the responsibilities of "gatekeepers"—corporate directors, regulators, auditors, lawyers, investment bankers, and business journalists—who stand between corporate misconduct and the public.
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Confidence and trust in the Anglo-American system after the market crashes of and cannot be assumed, even if the recovery was quicker than expected (Lorsch ).
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Recent events around the world, especially in the financial sector and with respect to government performance, have severely undermined people’s trust in both private organizations and public institutions. In no small measure, these substantial and enduring declines in trust reflect widespread disenchantment with the leadership of such organizations and institutions.
The crisis of trust in our leaders and institutions is intrinsically connected to how we conduct ourselves in our everyday lives. We each play a Author: Margie Warrell.Restoring Trust in Organizations and Leaders is the first volume to adopt the multidisciplinary approach required to understand this decline and to propose and assess remedies.
Editors Roderick M. Kramer and Todd L. Pittinsky have assembled contributions from leading psychologists, sociologists, economists, and organizational theorists.