Jan Tullberg

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The article argues for the use of a narrow stakeholder definition. It also adds one group – managers – that generally is not considered as being a stakeholder group. Here it is suggested that control of this stake-holder group holding the executive power should be a central topic for stakeholder theory. The article supports the common idea that the business(More)
The starting point of this article is the result of one ultimatum game experiment-one of many showing a huge deviation from the predictions of micro theory. However, further analysis gives an explanation of subject behavior that deserves to be seen as rational, if assumptions, such as a total secrecy resulting in no effects on reputation, are questioned.(More)
Discussions within normative ethics would be facilitated by a classification that treat actions and moral norms within the same functional framework. Based on evolutionary biology, we distinguish five categories of action. Four of these-selfishness, kin selection, group egoism, and reciprocity-benefit the individual's genetic interest and may be described(More)
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