Most of the prior research in the area of organizational justice has focused on two major issues: firstly, employees' responses to the outcomes they receive, that is distributive justice
and, secondly, the means or procedures by which they obtain these outcomes, that is procedural justice (Cropanzano & Greenberg, 1997).
Jasay's fairly typical libertarian theory of distributive justice
holds that the only principles that matter in such talk are private property and free exchange, and that any distribution resulting from people following those rules is ipso facto moral and/or just.
There is a significant correlation between distributive justice
and job motivation of employees of Refah bank in Kohgiluyeh and Byer-Ahmad.
Scholastic economics was taught at the highest university level for five centuries, until Adam Smith's revised classical economics drastically oversimplified the scholastic theory he had been taught by Francis Hutcheson, thus reducing economic theory from four elements to two (production and exchange) by eliminating Augustine's theories of utility (the choice of scarce means) and personal distribution and Aristotle's theory of distributive justice
(the choice of persons as ends).
Aristotle evidently does not regard the assessment of existing property distributions in terms of distributive justice
as a fruitful task for political philosophy.
2010, that the organizations have a set rules and regulations to determine the procedures in decision making, and therefore referents for procedural justice and distributive justice
will be the organization.
In philosophical terms, distributive justice
is conceptualized as the perceived fairness of negotiated outcomes.
Keywords Locals * Expatriates * Compensation disparity * Distributive justice
* Norms * China
M, (1989): "Effects of Procedural Justice and Distributive Justice
on Reaction to Pay raise Decision," Academy of Management Journal, Vol.
Although much of Forst's discussion is highly abstract, the book's penultimate chapter beautifully imagines a conversation in the Global Court of Distributive Justice
as it addresses a Brazilian pit-mine laborer's demand for justification.
Many argue that while certain conditions for application of some principles are present on both levels, conditions for application of principles of distributive justice
are present only at the state level.
Fourth, starting in the mid-1990s, the Unocal (4) line of cases against corporate defendants and other legal persons and entities helped to fill a distributive justice