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Fiscalização financeira quanto à legitimidade; Financial control of legitimacy

Nagata, Bruno Mitsuo
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 08/04/2013 PT
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A fiscalização financeira quanto à legitimidade tem fundamento constitucional expresso no art. 70 da CF de 1988. A sindicância da legitimidade cometida aos órgãos de controle interno e ao controle externo franqueia a possibilidade de verificar a correção material da atividade financeira do Estado. Todavia, essa atribuição constitucional não deixa de revelar alguma dificuldade aos órgãos de controle na medida em que dá condições para que se possa analisar o mérito das escolhas discricionárias. Assim, é preciso compatibilizar a fiscalização quanto à legitimidade com a preservação da discricionariedade, uma vez que não se admitem ingerências de um Poder sobre o outro. Ocorre que o sistema de controle é arquitetado de modo a garantir o exercício das faculdades discricionárias. Mediante controle externo, o Parlamento leva a efeito um controle dilatado e fluido garantindo a liberdade quanto às decisões políticas globais. O Tribunal de Contas, por sua vez, debruça-se sobre a gestão administrativa constatando e coibindo qualquer vício quanto ao uso equivocado da discricionariedade. Já o controle interno da legitimidade não apresenta maiores problemas, pois nesse caso a Administração fiscaliza a si mesma...

COGNITIVE LEGITIMACY, RESOURCE ACCESS, AND ORGANIZATIONAL OUTCOMES

CRUZ-SUAREZ,ANA; PRADO-ROMÁN,ALBERTO; PRADO-ROMÁN,MIGUEL
Fonte: Fundação Getulio Vargas, Escola de Administração de Empresas de S.Paulo Publicador: Fundação Getulio Vargas, Escola de Administração de Empresas de S.Paulo
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
Publicado em 01/10/2014 EN
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Previous research has demonstrated the importance of developing legitimacy initiatives in order to create new business opportunities, satisfy shareholders, and obtain access to resources. Within this framework, cognitive legitimacy plays a key role. Through a case study of six Spanish public universities, the authors measure the relationship between cognitive legitimacy, access to resources, and organizational results. The results support the assertion that organizations with more cognitive legitimacy have greater access to resources and improved their results. This study contributes with muchneeded empirical research on cognitive legitimacy and demonstrates its usefulness as an explanative factor of organizational success.

Understanding the revival and survival of grass-roots associations in China: the perspective of four categories of legitimacy

Bingzhong,Gao
Fonte: Programa de Pós-Graduação em Antropologia Social - IFCH-UFRGS Publicador: Programa de Pós-Graduação em Antropologia Social - IFCH-UFRGS
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
Publicado em 01/06/2007 EN
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Chinese grass-roots social groups have had a complicated relation with the social order during the past thirty years. This paper aims at using a series of practical concepts about legitimacy, from Weber and Habermas, to analyze the revival and present functioning of these groups, especially associations based on folk religion. As I see it, the fact that social groups are able to exist "normally" and to operate, even though they are not in conformity with the law, should be understood with the help of three categories: political legitimacy, administrative legitimacy and social legitimacy. At the end of the paper, I discuss the promulgation of the "Regulations for the Administration of Social Associations" which sets legal legitimacy as a core process integrating the three other kinds of legitimacy, and I examine the effort of government to require all social groups to possess full legitimacy.

Isomorphism, institutionalization and legitimacy: operational auditing at the court of auditors

Freitas,Carlos Alberto Sampaio de; Guimarães,Tomás de Aquino
Fonte: Associação Nacional dos Programas de Pós-graduação em Administração Publicador: Associação Nacional dos Programas de Pós-graduação em Administração
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
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The aim of this paper is to verify the nature of the relationship between the concept of legitimacy and the phenomenon of institutionalization of operational auditing at the Court of Auditors in a context of institutional isomorphism. A documental examination was conducted covering the period of 1987 to 2004 and 18 people involved in the aforementioned activity at the Court of Auditors were interviewed. The results suggest that there is a relationship between isomorphism and legitimacy but only concerning one type of legitimacy. The phenomenon of isomorphism acts in the sense of checking cognitive legitimacy while other factors are at work which are connected to the culture and institutional environment of the country, which interfere in the dimension of moral legitimacy, resulting in institutionalization of the activity at a secondary level in the analyzed organization. It was seen that the process of institutionalization, in this case, has a circular characteristic, in which the phases of innovation, diffusion, partial saturation and partial deinstitutionalization follow one another cyclically, modifying the activity of operational auditing over time at the Court of Auditors.

Isomorphism, institutionalization and legitimacy: operational auditing at the court of auditors

Freitas,Carlos Alberto Sampaio de; Guimarães,Tomás de Aquino
Fonte: ANPAD - Associação Nacional de Pós-Graduação e Pesquisa em Administração Publicador: ANPAD - Associação Nacional de Pós-Graduação e Pesquisa em Administração
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
Publicado em 01/04/2007 EN
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The aim of this paper is to verify the nature of the relationship between the concept of legitimacy and the phenomenon of institutionalization of operational auditing at the Court of Auditors in a context of institutional isomorphism. A documental examination was conducted covering the period of 1987 to 2004 and 18 people involved in the aforementioned activity at the Court of Auditors were interviewed. The results suggest that there is a relationship between isomorphism and legitimacy but only concerning one type of legitimacy. The phenomenon of isomorphism acts in the sense of checking cognitive legitimacy while other factors are at work which are connected to the culture and institutional environment of the country, which interfere in the dimension of moral legitimacy, resulting in institutionalization of the activity at a secondary level in the analyzed organization. It was seen that the process of institutionalization, in this case, has a circular characteristic, in which the phases of innovation, diffusion, partial saturation and partial deinstitutionalization follow one another cyclically, modifying the activity of operational auditing over time at the Court of Auditors.

Public funding and the values of third sector organisations: output legitimacy versus normative legitimacy

Nevile, Ann
Fonte: Crawford School of Economics and Government, The Australian National University; http://www.crawford.anu.edu.au Publicador: Crawford School of Economics and Government, The Australian National University; http://www.crawford.anu.edu.au
Tipo: Other; Working/Technical Paper Formato: 25 pages
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As the involvement of third sector organisations in the delivery of publicly funded services has increased, so too have debates over the effect of such collaboration on the distinctive value base of third sector organisations on which normative claims of legitimacy rest. This qualitative study based on in-depth interviews with staff from a diverse range of third sector organisations in the north of England and London, asks whether the normative legitimacy of third sector organisations is being compromised by the requirements placed on third sector organisations by external funding agencies. The study finds that third sector agencies are able to protect their normative legitimacy through a range of strategies, the most important of which is a mixed resource base; a strategy that also enables third sector organisations to engage in evolutionary innovation.

Bringing legitimacy back in to neo-Weberian state theory and international relations

Seabrooke, Leonard
Fonte: Universidade Nacional da Austrália Publicador: Universidade Nacional da Austrália
Tipo: Working/Technical Paper Formato: 316663 bytes; 349 bytes; application/pdf; application/octet-stream
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Within international relations one seldom finds discussion of how legitimacy affects ‘state capacity’—a state’s capacity to enact and adapt to domestic and international change. This is especially surprising for neo- Weberian approaches that have viewed state capacity as a major concern for over two decades. And although legitimacy was a key ingredient to Max Weber’s approach to the state, the concept is eschewed or ignored in the three discernible neo Weberian approaches to state capacity. The first two of these approaches, ‘isolated autonomy’ and ‘embedded autonomy’, produce functionalist view of a state which responds to an anarchical international system. The third, ‘social embeddedness’, conceives of the state–society complex as a contested rather than functional space but does not produce a substantive conception of legitimacy. I argue that a reinvigorated conception of legitimacy provides us with a substantive neo-Weberian ‘historicist’ approach that provides a deeper understanding of how both norms and material interests shape the state. This approach is applied to a brief case study of financial reform in the United States and Japan to illustrate that bringing legitimacy back in provides a better means of understanding state capacity.; yes

LEGITIMITÄT UND LEGALITÄT IM VÖLKERRECHT. Die völkerrechtstheoretische Debatte um die Legitimität Governance-Strukturen; Legitimacy and Rule of Law in Public International Law

Muñoz Hernández, Fernando
Fonte: Universidade de Tubinga Publicador: Universidade de Tubinga
Tipo: Dissertação
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„Legitimität und Legalität im Völkerrecht“ wurde 2009 von der Juristischen Fakultät der Eberhard-Karls-Universität als Dissertation angenommen. Hauptgegenstand dieser Arbeit ist die Darstellung der völkerrechtlichen Diskussion über Legalität und Legitimität angesichts der Entstehung supranationaler Organisationen und des mit ihnen einhergehenden Phänomens der global governance. Im ersten Kapitel wird der historische und philosophische Prozess beschrieben, in dem die Differenzierung von beiden Größen stattfand und zwar als Begleiterscheinung der Etablierung des Rechtsstaates im Europa. Im Zweiten Kapitel wird der völkerrechtliche Legalitätsbegriff thematisiert, welcher die wichtigsten Züge der rechtstaatlichen Legalität angenommen hat. Im drittel Kapitel wird die völkerrechtliche Debatte über Legalität und Legitimität dargestellt. Zwei Konstellationen sind hierfür maßgeblich: das Phänomen der global governance und die Relativierung des Legalitätsbegriffs anhand Legitimitätsüberlegungen, wie bei dem Kosovo-Krieg. In den Schlussfolgerungen der Arbeit werden Gründen für die strikte Achtung der völkerrechtlichen Legalität angeführt.; „Legitimacy and Rule of Law in Public International Law“ was accepted as a doctoral dissertation in 2009 by the Eberhard Karls University Tübingen. The primary aim of this thesis is to present the discussion on legality and legitimacy in public international law in the light of the emergence of supranational organisations and the phenomenon of global governance. The first chapter deals with the historic and philosophical process that gave way to the differentiation of both concepts as a corollary of the establishment of the rule of law in Europe. The second chapter deals with the concept of legality within public international law. This concept has adopted the most important features of the notion of legality that is based on the rule of law. The third chapter presents the debate on legality and legitimacy within public international law. Two constellations are relevant in this regard: the phenomenon of global governance and the relativisation of the concept of legality in the light of arguments related to legitimacy such as in the case of the Kosovo War. The conclusions of this thesis offer reasons for the strict observance of legality in public international law."

Legitimacy and Global Governance in Managing Global Public Health; Legitimität und Weltregieren in der globalen Gesundheitspolitik

Huckel Schneider, Carmen
Fonte: Universidade de Tubinga Publicador: Universidade de Tubinga
Tipo: Dissertação
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This dissertation is concerned with health governance on the global level, where over the past fifteen years a number of new organisations have emerged that address major global public health issues. Three examples are the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, (GFATM), the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation (GAVI Alliance), and Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), each of which are examined in depth in the dissertation. These organisations differ significantly from intergovernmental organisations such as the WHO and can be classified as organisations of ‘global governance’. Two basic observations provide the motivation for study. First, the work of each of these organisations can be said to be based on principles that shift away from intergovernmentalism, towards managerialism and cosmopolitanism. Second, despite this break with the conventional model of intergovernmentalism, these organisations are increasing their operational scope in terms of determining rules for action, and gaining funding. The dissertation proceeds to address the question of how GHG Organisations – having moved away from the conventional model of global level governance of intergovernmentalism – come to be accepted as legitimate governing organisations. Following a historical tracing of the evolution of governance in the area of global health...

A Farewell to Constitutional Authorship? A Critique of the Presentist Turn in the Legitimacy of Constitutional Democracy

KUO, Ming-Sung
Fonte: European University Institute Publicador: European University Institute
Tipo: Trabalho em Andamento Formato: application/pdf; digital
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“We the People” and the corresponding concept of constitutional authorship have gripped our imagination of the legitimacy of constitutional democracy since the American and French Revolutions. In contrast to this Big Bang scenario of constitutionmaking, the constitutionalization of the European Union (EU) as a supranational entity is the product of a decades-long process, departing from the Revolutionary tradition of constitutionalism. Whether this “presentist” project of constitutionalization without making a constitution, which is characterized by polyarchical everyday policy negotiations and apolitical judicial decisions in the normality of the constitutional order, will succeed in reconstructing our imagination of political order as an alternative to constitutional authorship remains to be seen. This paper aims to answer this question through a close inspection of Frank Michelman’s critical engagement with theories of constitutional legitimacy. My investigation shows that Michelman arrives at a presentist view of constitutional democracy after pointing out the inadequacy of theories of constitutional legitimacy rooted in the Revolutionary tradition of constitutionalism. I argue, however, that Michelman’s presentist view cannot fully account for the legitimacy of public institutions in constitutional democracy without presupposing a transtemporal view of identity...

The Uses of Legitimacy: Models of EU Legitimacy Assessed in Light of the European Parliament’s Debates on BSE and the Constitutional Treaty

ZEINER, Hilde Hatleskog
Fonte: Instituto Universitário Europeu Publicador: Instituto Universitário Europeu
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf; digital
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This thesis examines the uses of legitimacy in debates on European integration. It treats the issue at a normative and empirical level. The normative part is an analysis of four theoretical contributions to the discourse on EU democracy: the standard version of the democratic deficit, the regulatory state, multi-level governance and integration through deliberation. The empirical part explores the political use of the theories’ legitimacy claims in two cases: the European Parliament’s inquiry into BSE and its debates relating to the Convention on the Future of Europe. The analysis reveals certain problems in theoretical and political discourse. Whereas the critique of the standard version has some merit, the positions formulating non-majoritarian notions of EU democracy are equally, if not more, problematic. The regulatory state, multilevel governance and integration through deliberation dress up old ideas – technocracy, interest group pluralism and constitutionalism respectively – and attempt to reinvest them with democratic legitimacy. The cases further illustrate the problem. For one thing, they indicate that the assumptions of the positions do not hold. What is more, non-majoritarian approaches to EU democracy, while allowing political actors to use the language of democracy...

The Eurozone crisis and the legitimacy of differentiated integration

BEUKERS, Thomas
Fonte: Instituto Universitário Europeu Publicador: Instituto Universitário Europeu
Tipo: Trabalho em Andamento Formato: application/pdf; digital
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This paper examines and critically discusses several new forms of differentiated integration developed in reaction to the Eurozone crisis, including the so-called Two-Pack of economic governance, the ESM Treaty and the Fiscal Compact. A number of elements from these instruments will be discussed that best illustrate the challenges of the most recent forms of further integration in the light of legitimacy. A theoretical framework for the concept of legitimacy is used that builds on the assumptions that legitimacy is provided through legality and that parliaments contribute to the legitimacy of political projects as an important element of so-called ‘input legitimacy’. The paper illustrates some of the opportunities, challenges and risks of the recent forms of differentiated integration. It is argued that in the absence of an increased legitimacy of democratic politics at the level of the European Union, the most important legitimacy source remains at the level of national democracy and parliaments. Therefore, the importance of national legitimacy moments should not be underestimated. Moreover, they should not be avoided.

Democratic legitimacy : is there a legitimacy crisis in contemporary politics?

KRIESI, Hanspeter
Fonte: Nomos Publicador: Nomos
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Against the background of a renewed debate about democratic legitimacy, this essay discusses its conceptualization, its development over time and space, as well as its driving forces. The conceptual discussion leads to a typology of four distinct bases of democratic legitimacy. Tracing their empirical scope and depth shows that democratic values are developing world-wide even in non-democracies, but that they are often shallow and badly understood. For established democracies, the empirical trends are not so much indicative of a continuous erosion of democratic legitimacy, but more compatible with equilibrium models that allow for performance-driven short- or medium term fluctuations of democratic legitimacy around stable equilibrium levels. These levels, in turn, are shifting as a function of long-term cultural trends and exogenous economic shocks like the current economic crisis.

An organisational legitimacy perspective of corporate use of the GRI Guidelines

O'Neill, Joseph
Fonte: University of Limerick, Kemmy Business School Publicador: University of Limerick, Kemmy Business School
Tipo: Master thesis (Research); all_ul_research; ul_theses_dissertations; none
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peer-reviewed; The purpose of this study is to gain an understanding of the role of the GRI Guidelines in corporate environmental disclosure practice. The study employs a theoretical framework, based on organisational legitimacy theory that investigates corporate use of the Guidelines. Three aspects of corporate use are examined: 1) managerial motivation for use of the GRI Guidelines, 2) stakeholder accountability practices of companies using the Guidelines and 3) the extent of international harmonisation of environmental disclosures/governance and management structures among companies using the Guidelines. The framework uses different perspectives of organisational legitimacy theory to gain an understanding of these three aspects of corporate use. The institutional perspective of legitimacy theory is used to investigate the managerial motivation aspect. The stakeholder management perspective is used to examine the stakeholder accountability aspect. The international variation perspective is used to examine the international harmonisation aspect. Three hypotheses were developed to test the legitimacy theory framework. These hypotheses were tested by means of a mail questionnaire. A total of 240 questionnaires were distributed to senior company managers of selected companies in France and the UK in November 2005. French and UK companies were chosen as GRI Guideline usage is most widespread in Western Europe and these countries constitute large economies within this region. A useable response rate of 23.3% was achieved. However...

A Better Framework for Legitimacy: Learning from the Christian Reformed Tradition

Shadd, PHILIP
Fonte: Quens University Publicador: Quens University
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado
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In recent years, political legitimacy as a concept distinct from full justice has received much attention. Yet in addition to querying the specific conditions legitimacy requires, there is a more general question: What is legitimacy even about? How ought we identify and conceptualize these conditions? According to the regnant justificatory liberal (JL) approach, legitimate legal coercion is based on reasons all reasonable persons can accept and JL is explicated in terms of a hypothetical procedure. Alas, Part I explains why JL is inadequate. First, I argue that it de-legitimizes all coercion. Second, it undercuts the proposition that there are certain basic rights which must be protected for legitimacy. Third, I suggest that JL structurally involves paternalism. Where should theorists turn? My perhaps surprising proposal is that they turn to the Christian Reformed (CR) tradition of social thought. As I take it, this tradition is composed of such figures as Augustine and Calvin, Abraham Kuyper and Herman Dooyeweerd, and, more recently, Francis Schaeffer. It has long theorized such issues as church-state separation and permissible coercion, and is replete with conceptual resources. Thus, Part II reconstructs an alternative legitimacy framework out of these resources. The central CR insight is this: legitimacy is a function of preventing basic wrongs. Legal coercion is only necessary "by reason of sin". I develop this insight in terms of three ideas. First...

A Multidimensional Model Of Police Legitimacy: A Cross-Cultural Assessment

Tankebe, Justice; Reisig, Michael D.; Wang, Xia
Fonte: American Psychological Association Publicador: American Psychological Association
Tipo: Article; accepted version
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This is the author accepted manuscript. The final version is available from APA via http://psycnet.apa.org/doi/10.1037/lhb0000153; This study used survey data from cross-sectional, university-based samples of young adults in different cultural settings (i.e., the United States and Ghana) to accomplish two main objectives: (1) construct a 4-dimensional police legitimacy scale, and (2) assess the relationship that police legitimacy and feelings of obligation to obey the police have with two outcome measures. The fit statistics for the second-order confirmatory factor models indicated that the 4-dimensional police legitimacy model is reasonably consistent with the data in both samples. Results from the linear regression analyses showed that the police legitimacy scale is related to cooperation with the police, and that the observed association is attenuated when the obligation to obey scale is included in the model specification in both the US and Ghana data. A similar pattern emerged in the US sample when estimating compliance with the law models. However, although police legitimacy was associated with compliance in the Ghana sample, this relationship along with the test statistic for the sense of obligation to obey estimate were both null in the fully saturated equation. The findings provide support for the Bottoms and Tankebe?s (2012) argument legitimacy is a multi-dimensional...

The psychology of legitimacy: Implications for organizational leadership and change

Tost, Leigh Plunkett
Fonte: Universidade Duke Publicador: Universidade Duke
Tipo: Dissertação
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Three distinct chapters explore the individual-level dynamics of legitimacy judgments and support for leaders and their initiatives. Chapter 1 develops a theoretical framework for understanding the content of legitimacy judgments and the process by which those judgments develop and change over time. Chapter 2 explores the role of group orientation in moderating the impact of instrumental, relational, and moral concerns in determining support for leaders. Chapter 3 explores the role of power in moderating leaders' assumptions about the types of behaviors that will elicit support for followers.

In Chapter 1, I build on institutional, social psychological, and sociological theory to develop a theoretical framework that specifies both the content underlying judgments of the legitimacy of social entities and a model of the process by which these judgments develop and change over time. With respect to the content of legitimacy judgments, I argue that individual-level judgments of the legitimacy of social entities are based on perceptions and beliefs about the entity that fall along three key dimensions: instrumental, relational, and moral. With respect to the process by which legitimacy judgments develop and change over time, I specify three modes of the legitimacy judgment process (evaluative...

Analysis of controllership's sociopolitical and cognitive legitimacy in Brazil; Análise da legitimidade sociopolítica e cognitiva da controladoria no Brasil

Lunkes, Rogério João; Schnorrenberger, Darci; Souza, Claudio Marcio de; Rosa, Fabricia Silva da
Fonte: Universidade de São Paulo. Escola de Economia, Administração e Contabilidade Publicador: Universidade de São Paulo. Escola de Economia, Administração e Contabilidade
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; ; ; ; ; ; Formato: application/pdf; application/pdf
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In different parts of the world, efforts have been made to find legitimacy and identity for controllership. In this context, the following research question emerges: What is the identity of controllership in Brazil? To answer this question, this research is based on studies of legitimacy and aims to identify and analyze the sociopolitical (Zimmerman & Zeitz, 2002; Aldrich, 1999) and cognitive legitimacy (Scott, 2001; Zimmerman & Zeitz, 2002) of controllership in Brazil. To achieve the proposed goal for sociopolitical legitimacy, we examine documents, rules, and resolutions of official and professional representative bodies. To analyze cognitive legitimacy, we investigate publications in major accounting journals, materials presented conferences and seminars, descriptions of courses on controllership, books, and manuals. The results show that controllership in Brazil has sociopolitical legitimacy. It has its own bodies and rules, but it must improve its organization and development levels, as has occurred in the United States and Germany. Cognitive legitimacy increases in books and manuals, and courses on controllership are present in most accounting programs. There are opportunities for improvement, mainly for journal publications.; Em diferentes partes do mundo têm sido realizados esforços na busca de legitimidade e identidade para a controladoria...

Evidenciação das estratégias de legitimidade da tipologia de Suchman (1995) nos relatórios da administração da petrobras; Disclosure of Suchman's (1995) typology legitimacy strategies in petrobras' administration reports

Fank, Odir Luiz; Beuren, Ilse Maria
Fonte: Universidade de São Paulo. Faculdade de Economia, Administração e Contabilidade de RP Publicador: Universidade de São Paulo. Faculdade de Economia, Administração e Contabilidade de RP
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; ; ; ; ; ; Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 01/12/2010 POR
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A sociedade vem impulsionando as empresas a desenvolver ações em prol do bem estar das pessoas e a divulgar essas ações. As próprias empresas sentem necessidade de evidenciar suas ações, buscando maior visibilidade para legitimar sua aceitação na sociedade. Este estudo objetiva identificar as estratégias de legitimidade da tipologia de Suchman (1995) evidenciadas nos relatórios da administração da empresa Petrobras no período de 2000 a 2009. Pesquisa exploratória, com abordagem qualitativa, foi realizada por meio de pesquisa documental em empresa que precisa considerar o custo político de suas ações. Na análise dos dados foi utilizada a técnica de análise de conteúdo das evidenciações contidas nos relatórios da administração da Petrobras do período de 2000 a 2009, os quais foram coletados no site da BM&FBovespa. Os resultados da pesquisa mostram as estratégias de legitimidade da tipologia de Suchman (1995) mais identificadas nos relatórios da administração da empresa no período analisado. Em relação à legitimidade geral, destacam-se os critérios da manutenção. Na legitimidade pragmática, destacam-se anunciar a imagem e construir reputação. Na legitimidade moral destacam-se demonstrar sucesso e definir metas. Na legitimidade cognitiva destacam-se popularizar novos modelos...

Understanding the revival and survival of grass-roots associations in China: the perspective of four categories of legitimacy

Bingzhong,Gao
Fonte: Horizontes Antropológicos Publicador: Horizontes Antropológicos
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
Publicado em 01/01/2007 EN
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Chinese grass-roots social groups have had a complicated relation with the social order during the past thirty years. This paper aims at using a series of practical concepts about legitimacy, from Weber and Habermas, to analyze the revival and present functioning of these groups, especially associations based on folk religion. As I see it, the fact that social groups are able to exist "normally" and to operate, even though they are not in conformity with the law, should be understood with the help of three categories: political legitimacy, administrative legitimacy and social legitimacy. At the end of the paper, I discuss the promulgation of the "Regulations for the Administration of Social Associations" which sets legal legitimacy as a core process integrating the three other kinds of legitimacy, and I examine the effort of government to require all social groups to possess full legitimacy.