CONSEQUENCES OF META-LINGUISTICS PARTICIPATION ON THE OPERATIONALIZATION OF DYNAMIC MANAGEMENT DOXASTIC LOGIC
Ioan I. Gâf-Deac (),
Cristina Monica Valeca (),
Ioan Gâf-Deac (),
Mihaela Pîrvulescu (),
Ioana Andreea Marinescu () and
Ion Iulian Hurloiu ()
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Ioan I. Gâf-Deac: Spiru Haret University
Cristina Monica Valeca: University of Pitesti
Ioan Gâf-Deac: Spiru Haret University
Mihaela Pîrvulescu: Bioterra University
Ioana Andreea Marinescu: Spiru Haret University
Ion Iulian Hurloiu: Spiru Haret University
Authors registered in the RePEc Author Service: Ioan I. Gâf-Deac ()
Annals of Spiru Haret University, Economic Series, 2016, vol. 7, issue 2, 43-68
The paper starts from the thesis that proves non-invasive behavioral explaining differences, but the existence of operational priorities of the company / entity / enterprise lead to invasiveness. There are no known ways / methods / programming doxastic methods as long as management intervention can be treated as a hub that dominates hypertext / productive economic common rules the world. The phenomenon of identity management is far from meeting the full harmonization attitudinal decision-making process. Doxastic management is a new epistemological covered by copyright scientifically in 2013. The paper described aspects of doxastic procedural behavior, situations tangible managerial decision in doxastic field. They are played and the comparison between deterministic doxastic systems analysis and managerial phenomena is considered to operationalize participation of doxastic metalinguistic logic of dynamic management. Doxastic management simplicity and demarcation or limitation of positive action by doxastic management round alignments research.
Keywords: doxastic management; doxastic procedural behavior; decision-making; doxastic situations; meta-linguistic; doxastic management by logical dynamic (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: M10 M14 M20 M50 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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