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Professional EXO-JUDGMENT Perception – a Quantitative Research Based on an Innovative Conceptual Structure. Part II

Viorica Mirela Stefan-Duicu () and Adrian Stefan-Duicu ()
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Viorica Mirela Stefan-Duicu: Faculty of Economics, „Nicolae Titulescu” University of Bucharest
Adrian Stefan-Duicu: Auditor

Global Economic Observer, 2019, vol. 7, issue 2, 99-103

Abstract: This paper is the second part of an elaborated quantitative research. The innovative concept we conceived – “professional exo-judgment” has been described in the first part of the research through the defragmented component elements and thoroughly analyzed, thus highlighting the complex mechanism of the professional judgment. Importance has been given to defining the professional judgment through the respondent’s point of view, through the existence within companies of documents that certify the use of the professional judgment, on the types of information on which the professional judgment relies and onto the extremely important role of the professional judgment within an organization. In the present article we will continue the presentation of further integrated elements of our research and the results of the quantitative research until this stage of the research.

Keywords: conceptual framework; research; exo-judgment; companies; knowledge (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2019-12
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