“Corruption, Ethics and Economics”, by André Franco Montoro Filho, is released in Brasília
On September 18, André Franco Montoro Filho was in the Federal District for autograph night for his most recent work, “Corruption, Ethics and Economics - Reflections on Competitive Ethics in Market Economies”, published by ETCO and Campus / Elsevier publisher .
With a preface by Tercio Sampaio Ferraz Junior, “Corruption, Ethics and Economics - Reflections on Competitive Ethics in Market Economies” brings together 33 texts produced by ETCO's adviser, André Franco Montoro Filho, between 2006 and 2011, a period in which he dedicated himself the study of the advantages of ethical behavior and, on the other hand, of the social losses of transgressions. Certain that, in order to rise to the stage of development it is in, Brazil needs to move forward within the legal framework, ETCO has brought to the public an indispensable work for understanding what a healthy business environment is, showing how to overcome obstacles for healthy and sustained growth.
“The tests are interconnected in such a way that they allow us, with the resulting distance of time, to understand how the inducers of the culture of transgressions work, which result in high economic and social costs”, comments ETCO's executive president, Roberto Abdenur.
In the preface by Tercio Sampaio Ferraz Junior, a summary of the work:
“This is a book of short texts and sharp reflections. In it, Montoro perceives the triggering of very real forms of economic and social inequality, bureaucratic imbalance and legal distortion, behavioral dysfunctions and corruption, which end up consummating a split between ethics, on the one hand, politics and law, on the other. Ethics are degraded in the morals of interest and efficiency, and politics and law end up in exile in the abstraction of the law or, then, confiscated by ideological opportunism. Hence its call for the rescue of legal security, legislative rationality and effective enforcement of laws. ”
CORRUPTION, ETHICS AND ECONOMY
Reflections on Competition Ethics in Market Economies
Author: André Franco Montoro Filho
Foreword: Tercio Sampaio Ferraz Junior
Publisher: Campus / Elsevier
1st edition, 2012, 168 pages
Suggested price: R $ 45,00
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