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    Experimental Economics as a Method for Normative Business Ethics.Pedro Francés-Gómez, Lorenzo Sacconi & Marco Faillo - 2015 - Business Ethics: A European Review 24:S41-S53.
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    El acuerdo con las FARC. Una revisión en torno a su utilidad.Paula A. Valencia & Pedro Francés-Gómez - 2019 - Télos 22 (1-2):9-32.
    En _“_Diálogos de paz en Colombia: una mirada desde la justicia del resarcimiento” [1] se sostiene que el acuerdo sobre el fin del conflicto celebrado entre el Gobierno de Colombia y las FARC no reporta ninguna utilidad social; especialmente por la absoluta impunidad que conlleva la Justicia Transicional. Se le tacha de ser un pacto “utilitario”, es decir, hecho en beneficio de los intereses personales de quienes intervinieron en él -Gobierno y guerrilla-. En contraposición, este artículo defenderá la utilidad del (...)
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    Stakeholder’s Preference and Rational Compliance: A Comment on Sacconi’s “CSR as a Model for Extended Corporate Governance II: Compliance, Reputation and Reciprocity”.Pedro Francés-Gómez & Ariel del Rio - 2008 - Journal of Business Ethics 82 (1):59-76.
    Lorenzo Sacconi's recent re-statement of his social contract account of business ethics is a major contribution to our understanding of the normative nature of CSR as the expression of a fair multi-party agreement supported by the economic rationality of each participant. However, at one crucial point in his theory, Sacconi introduces the concept of stakeholders' conformist preferences - their disposition to punish the firm if it defects from the agreement, refusing to abide by its own explicit CSR policies and norms. (...)
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    Crítica de libros.Rocío Orsi Portalo, Silvia Castro García, María Jou García, Sara Ferreiro Lago, Francisco Blanco Brotons, Ariel Martínez, Adara Cifre Eberhardt, Marina García-Granero Gascó, Ramón A. Feenstra, Margarita Boladeras Cucurella, Pedro Francés-Gómez, Cristina Rodríguez Marciel, Jorge Ledo, Antonio Gómez Ramos & Noelia Bueno-Gómez - 2017 - Isegoría 56:319-389.
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    Stakeholder's Preference and Rational Compliance: A Comment on Sacconi's “CSR as a Model for Extended Corporate Governance II: Compliance, Reputation and Reciprocity”.Pedro Francés-Gómez & Ariel Ridelo - 2008 - Journal of Business Ethics 82 (1):59 - 76.
    Lorenzo Sacconi’s recent re-statement of his social contract account of business ethics is a major contribution to our understanding of the normative nature of CSR as the expression of a fair multi-party agreement supported by the economic rationality of each participant. However, at one crucial point in his theory, Sacconi introduces the concept of stakeholders’ conformist preferences – their disposition to punish the firm if it defects from the agreement, refusing to abide by its own explicit CSR policies and norms. (...)
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    David Gauthier and The Development of a Contractarian Morality.Pedro Frances-Gomez - 2000 - Hobbes Studies 13 (1):77-101.
    The appearance of the following pages might suggest an "intellectual biography". My purpose is not, though, to offer such a simple thing . Indeed, I would like to follow the evolution of Gauthier's thought not only to show how a thinker evolved from a particular view about a particular problem toward a quite original and suggestive formulation, but also to deepen our comprehension of moral contractarianism and its implications, by means of its contextualization. For this reason, I will focus not (...)
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