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    When Relationships are Broken: Restorative Justice under a Levinasian Approach.Guglielmo Faldetta - 2019 - Philosophy of Management 18 (1):55-69.
    The issue of damaged relationships and of repairing them is very important, especially in recent years with reports of organizations which damage relationships with various stakeholders. Many studies have investigated how individuals react to damaged relationships after perceiving injustice or receiving offense in organizations. A part of this research has been focused on revenge or other types of negative responses. However, individuals can choose to react in other ways than revenge, willing to repair relationships through reconciliation. Recently, the effectiveness of (...)
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    Forgiving the Unforgivable: The Possibility of the ‘Unconditional’ Forgiveness in the Workplace.Guglielmo Faldetta - 2021 - Journal of Business Ethics 180 (1):91-103.
    Forgiveness has been a central issue for humankind since ancient times; it emerged in theology, but in recent decades it has received significant attention from different disciplines, such as philosophy and psychology. More recently, forgiveness has received attention also from organizational and managerial studies, particularly, in studying how individuals respond to interpersonal offenses, or perceived harm and wrongdoing in the workplace. Forgiveness is a complex concept, as it can be understood as a family of related constructs and can be analyzed (...)
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    The Logic of Gift and Gratuitousness in Business Relationships.Guglielmo Faldetta - 2011 - Journal of Business Ethics 100 (S1):67-77.
    The logic of gift and gratuitousness in business activity raised by the encyclical Caritas in Veritate stresses a deeper critical evaluation of the category of relation. The logic of gift in business includes two aspects. The first is considering the logic of gift as a new conceptual lens in order to view business relationship beyond contractual logic. In this view, it is crucial to see the circulation of goods as instrumental for the development of relationships. The second aspect is to (...)
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    Escaping the Scapegoat Trap: Using René Girard’s Framework for Workplace Bullying.Guglielmo Faldetta & Deborah Gervasi - 2024 - Journal of Business Ethics 191 (2):269-283.
    This study aims at developing a theoretical model for workplace bullying using René Girard’s scapegoating framework. Despite the wide range of labels and related constructs present in workplace bullying literature, the explanation of the phenomenon is often studied under theoretical frameworks that do not always capture the nature of the concept. Indeed, the need to find instruments and tools to reduce or solve workplace bullying overshadowed conceptual and theoretical matters, leaving the concept undertheorized. By broadening the spectrum of social sciences (...)
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    The content of freedom in resources: The open source model. [REVIEW]Guglielmo Faldetta - 2002 - Journal of Business Ethics 39 (1-2):179 - 188.
    Today we are facing the rising of new needs for the firms, especially for the small ones; they find themselves acting in a context characterized by the great content of information technology. This paper wants to analyse some aspects tied to the use of some particular kinds of resources, such as knowledge and organizational culture. It's necessary, especially in the new economy, to add another attribute to the four set by Barney as elements able to make the resources sustainable competitive (...)
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