Problemas contemporáneos en outsourcing: los sistemas de información contable y de gestión

  • Aida SY
Palabras clave: Outsourcing, capital privado, habilidad, historia, proceso laboral.

Resumen

En años recientes, el outsourcing se ha venido convirtiendo en una tendencia tanto en empresas de Europa y los Estados Unidos. Ni siquiera, trabajadores muy calificados se salvan de este asalto. La vanidad de los intelectuales y los profesionales que ejecutan tanto sistemas de información contable (AIS), como sistemas de información de gestión (MIS) es su creencia de que están exentos de estos procesos de outsourcing. Algunos creen que disfrutan de una vida de ensueño, que la demanda de sus servicios está asegurada. Se consuelan pensando que el aumento de su dominio técnico les ofrece una defensa suficiente contra los ataques provenientes del mercado laboral y de productos. Una interpretación desde los estudios críticos indicará que esta posición es un acto de arrogancia, siendo esto el eje de la discusión de este documento. Tal actitud de los profesionales contables es una reminiscencia del Rey Canuto esperando que la marea retroceda.

Biografía del autor/a

Aida SY

Assistant Professor of Accounting and Taxation, Department of Economics, Accounting, and Finance at School of Management, Marist College – USA. E-mail: aida.sy@marist.edu, aida.sy1776@gmail.com

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Biografía del autor/a

Aida SY

Assistant Professor of Accounting and Taxation, Department of Economics, Accounting, and Finance at School of Management, Marist College – USA. E-mail: aida.sy@marist.edu, aida.sy1776@gmail.com

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SY, A. (2012). Problemas contemporáneos en outsourcing: los sistemas de información contable y de gestión. Revista Facultad De Ciencias Económicas, 20(2), 121-126. https://doi.org/10.18359/rfce.2167
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2012-06-30
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