PROFESSIONAL EXO-JUDGMENT PERCEPTION – A QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH BASED ON AN INNOVATIVE CONCEPTUAL STRUCTURE
Viorica Mirela Stefan-Duicu () and
Adrian Stefan-Duicu ()
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Viorica Mirela Stefan-Duicu: „Nicolae Titulescu” University, Bucharest, Romania
Adrian Stefan-Duicu: Romania
Global Economic Observer, 2018, vol. 6, issue 2, 17-25
This paper aims to describe an innovative concept – the professional exo-judgment. This concept implies a wide documentation and presents a high grade of originality. In the development of this article we will expose pilot-notions from the framework of the concept’s explanations followed, in the near future, by a thoroughgoing and exhaustive description of all composing elements. A starting definition is referring to the professional exo-judgment as being a thorough approach of the professional judgment from general to particular, extrapolating the classical notion of professional judgment towards a constructive vision, towards a clear and open presentation and in the end is referring to the description of a concept with an interchangeable form, with influences related to affective and the internal structure of men, description realized through internal – external approach, through these exo-approaches obtaining an exo-judgment.
Keywords: exo-judgment; approach; innovative concept; originality; quantitative research (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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