Technocracy and the Questionable Moral Philosophy of Management. A Southeast Europe Inside
Academicus International Scientific Journal, 2019
12 Pages Posted: 9 Jan 2020 Last revised: 11 Jan 2020
Date Written: January 27, 2019
The moral philosophy of management and the effects of the dominating doctrines in public policy and decision making, in wider terms means to question what kind of relations, once applied, these doctrines and strategies created between state, groups and individual rights.
The EU accession of Southeast Europe countries represents a unique chance to understand the real capability and superiority of technocratic solution, as a dominating doctrine in accession processes, exerted in situations of limited capacities in decision making, lack of established democratic institution, which presume weak capabilities in setting up long term strategies.
A unique chance to test the real value of the so-called cold and rational solutions in public decision making. In this case the trade off is between the kind of society this political and managerial doctrine creates, how much the interests of those who mandates the “technocratic power” by the power transfer process are still in balance or under consideration.
Keywords: moral philosophy of management; technocracy; European Union, accession; Southeast Europe
JEL Classification: Z13
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