Dieselgate: The Corporation in the Dock Other Languages

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54122
Abstract:
This case for teaching in management challenges the traditional perspective that is dedicated to the cases of best practices and decisions faced by the managers in the managerial activities. In this direction, the purpose of this teaching case is to provoke reflections and debate on the dark side of contemporary organizations, more specifically, on corporate crime. The case in point is the so-called “dieselgate”, a crime carried out by the German corporation Volkswagen, in the falsification of pollutant emissions results in diesel engines. Unlike teaching cases that stem from a manager’s dilemma, this case focuses on corporate practices that are detrimental to the environment, on factors that encourage companies to act in a criminal manner, and how those conditions can be altered.
ABNT Citation:
MEDEIROS, C. R. O.Dieselgate: A Corporação no Banco dos Réus. Administração: Ensino e Pesquisa, v. 20, n. 2, p. 402-425, 2019.
APA Citation:
Medeiros, C. R. O.(2019). Dieselgate: A Corporação no Banco dos Réus. Administração: Ensino e Pesquisa, 20(2), 402-425.
DOI:
10.13058/raep.2019.v20n2.1045
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http://www.spell.org.br/documentos/ver/54122/dieselgate--the-corporation-in-the-dock/i/en
Document type:
Caso de Ensino
Language:
Português
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