AR 612 Business Ethics and Action Research Select Term:
The course provides a practical framework for using ethics as an instrument to address dilemmas actors face in the conduct of business. The course analyses current ethical issues, conflicts and dilemmas that emerge in the interactions between companies and their political, social and physical environment, with a focus on developing capabilities for moral framing for mobilising actors for action. During the course the students explore critical perspectives on legal and ethical conduct, discuss real world complex ethical issues such as negative externalities, unconscious discrimination, unfair-competition, gender, animal welfare, misleading disclosures, nationalism, privacy and human capital management using sustainability as an overarching ethical framework. Positioning the business organisation as a medium through which human rights are exercised, students develop in- depth intellectual capabilities for a moral inquiry and mobilising actors for ethical conduct
SU Credits : 3.000
ECTS Credit : 12.000
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Corequisite : -