An Accountability relationships matrix

Harry Bergsteiner, Gayle C. Avery

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Abstract

In addressing the shortcomings of existing schemata for classifying and depicting accountability relationships, a matrix is proposed based on criteria espoused by category theorists. The matrix's utility in highlighting the mutual and self accountabilities of organizations and their constituents in meeting their role/task, legal/ethical and moral responsibilities is demonstrated by focusing on accountability relationships affecting the operator of a privately operated prison. The matrix is intended to generalize to identifying a wide range of accountability pressures and relationships that individuals, groups and organizations are subject to in trying to meet their various obligations.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1-5
Number of pages5
Journal2005 European Applied Business Research Conference proceedings
Publication statusPublished - 2005
EventEuropean Applied Business Research Conference - Athens, Greece
Duration: 13 Jun 200517 Jun 2005

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