Ethics in the Digital Age: Challenges and Solutions for Responsible Decision-Making

Abstract

better understanding of how these three factors impact our digital age. Using a disciplined process, we did a comprehensive literature study and acquired a wide range of data, including statistics and expert evidence. The main issue is the influence of digitalization on the sustainability of decisions, as well as innovative methods for promoting long-term decisions. The paper's outline starts by providing background, emphasizing the need of understanding these ideas in order to make judgments. Throughout the decision-making process, the theoretical framework identifies essential ideas and examines their context. The influence of digitization and sustainability on decision-making investigates how decision-making processes might be transformed while also addressing sustainability concerns.

The thorough methodology justifies our approach, which includes a literature review and several data gathering methods, while noting possible limitations. We provide optimization tactics and adaptation measures in the face of digital effects, with an emphasis on citizen involvement, as well as solutions for long-term decision-making in the digital era. Finally, this synthesis emphasizes the necessity of understanding the relationship between digitalization, sustainability, and decision making. The goals of this project are to educate practitioners and academics on the problems and possibilities associated with digitization in the context of sustainable decision-making, therefore setting the way for future research and action.

 

keywords: digitization, sustainability, decision making, impact, and methodology.

JEL Classification: D81

Paper type: Theoretical Research

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Published
2024-03-16
How to Cite
SABHI, R., ABDELBAKI, N., & TAOUAB, O. (2024). Ethics in the Digital Age: Challenges and Solutions for Responsible Decision-Making. International Journal of Accounting, Finance, Auditing, Management and Economics, 5(3), 198-211. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.10798994
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