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A Model of a Liberally Conservative Approach to Negotiation in Public Administration

Dagmar Svobodová ()
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Dagmar Svobodová: Department of Economics and Public Administration, School of Business Administration, Silesian University

No 41, Working Papers from Silesian University, School of Business Administration

Abstract: The goal of this essay is to suggest a strategy based on Cartesian quadrants which the current liberal-conservative politicians could apply to their decision-making and negotiating with their partners in public administration, in terms of integral approach that is based on the integral theory with AQAL framework. In the review and relevant leterature, the reader is presented with the concept of the liberal-conservative ideology that combines liberalism and conservatism where the liberal-conservative ideology complies with collective form of economy structure of the society. The models and data specification describes research methodology based on a comparison of the four key variables of the integral theory quadrants on the background of different aspects of the Cartesian ideology concept. The analysis and findings attributes and explains the key variables of the current liberal-conservative program of the ODS party to AQAL framework as the outcome of the integral approach of its current management. The conclusion summarizes the benefits of the integral theory as the intersection point of all four key variables of the AQAL framework quadrants for the current liberal conservative ODS members into one group where the negotiations and decision-making only work when being complex on a higher level.

Keywords: cartesianism; integral; liberal-conservatism (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: H8 H83 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017-08-03
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