Monotonist


Related to Monotonist: craftily, Monotonous Voice

Mo`not´o`nist


n.1.One who talks in the same strain or on the same subject until weariness is produced.
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The key context for morally responsible HRM education and practice is multi-dimensional and divided by two overarching perspectives on the purpose of business and the corporation: the monotonist and the pluralist perspectives (Donaldson and Dunfee, 1999).
The monotonist perspective maintains that the purpose of business and the corporation is the legal, short-term maximization of shareholder wealth (Friedman, 2002).
The monotonist endorses investor capitalism and the efficient market hypothesis, i.
The monotonist perspective is represented by the investor capitalism quadrant in the lower right of the figure.
Next, each quadrant will be treated in a clockwise fashion starting with the monotonist perspective represented by the investor capitalism quadrant in the lower right of Figure 1.
Outside the circle in the investor capitalism quadrant in Figure 1, the economic theory of investor capitalism that supports the monotonist perspective on HRM education and practice is advanced (Friedman, 2002).