Deception and Mutual Trust: A Reply to Strudler1
J. Gregory Dees and
Peter Cramton ()
Business Ethics Quarterly, 1995, vol. 5, issue 4, 823-832
Alan Strudler has written a stimulating and provocative article about deception in negotiation. He presents his views, in part, in contrast with our earlier work on the Mutual Trust Perspective. We believe that Strudler is wrong in his account of the ethics of deception in negotiation and in his quick dismissal of the Mutual Trust Perspective. Though his mistakes may be informative, his views are potentially harmful to business practice. In this paper, we present arguments against Strudlerâ€™s position and attempt to salvage the Mutual-Trust Perspective from his attack. Strudlerâ€™s work reaffirms the need for a more pragmatic approach to business ethics. We close the paper with a renewed call for more constructive and practical approaches to business ethics research.
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