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Author Gibbs, Chris, active 2018,
Title Nigel's choice : a hotel appraiser's decision-making issues when interests conflict / Chris Gibbs, Gail Cook-Johnson.
Imprint London : International CHRIE, 2018.

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Author Gibbs, Chris, active 2018,
Series SAGE Business Cases
SAGE Business Cases.
Subject Business ethics -- Alberta -- Case studies.
Valuation -- Moral and ethical aspects -- Alberta -- Case studies.
Alt Name Cook-Johnson, Gail,
Description 1 online resource.
Note Originally Published InGibbs, C., & Cook-Johnson, G. (2018). Nigel's choice: A hotel appraiser's decision- making issues when interests conflict. Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Cases, 6(3), 48-54.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary With the decline in oil prices, a bank located in oil-dependent Calgary, Alberta (Canada) is feeling overexposed. It has issued a demand for Smithson Development to reappraise The Apollo Hotel, which the bank almost completely financed for the developer. When Nigel Darwani, the appraiser chosen by Smithson, submits his draft revaluation of The Apollo, Smithson pressures Nigel to revise his numbers. Nigel is very aware that Smithson provides him with a significant portion of his annual income. He struggles to decide if there is a way to credibly satisfy both his ethical mandate as a certified appraiser and Smithson's needs.
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ISBN 9781529719512 (ebook)
1529719518
OCLC # 1141290456


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