Course Code: BA 222 - 2023 • Study year: II • Academic Year: 2022-2023
Domain: Business Administration - Masters • Field of study: Business Administration (in English)
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Erasmus Language of instruction:
Name of lecturer:
Silvia - Stefania Maican
Silvia - Stefania Maican
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- At the end of the analysis one must be able to reach a logical, ethical, and solid business decision based on these principles.
- Engage in an exploration of one’s own personal value system and how that system guides her/his moral and ethical decision-making in the workplace.
- Understand the limitations of Stakeholder Management Theory and the inherent struggles between societal and individual definitions of moral/ethical behavior.
Course Entry Requirements:
Corporate ethics: concept and evolution
Ethics and Moral Judgment
Stages of Moral Development; Ethical Theories
Decision making and ethical management
Corporate responsibility. Concept, definition and dimensions
Free Market Capitalism and Moral Responsibility
Strategic management of corporate responsibility and sustainability
Implementation and alignment of a corporate responsibility strategy
Stakeholder relations and partnership management
Moral Issues in the Workplace
Moral Issues in Advertising, Marketing, and Compensation
Moral Issues Regarding the Triple Bottom Line: Economy, Environment, Human Welfare
Lecture, Discussions, Exemplifications
Understand several ethics theories and be able to apply these theories in real world settings.
Demonstrate a deeper understanding of the moral choices that are implicit in virtually every aspect of work life by applying the concepts to one’s own experience.
Demonstrate an understanding of Stakeholder Management Theory by articulating different types of ethical business dilemmas that occur on a regular basis and be able to recognize and analyze these situations based on the Stakeholder Management Framework.
Learning outcomes verification and assessment criteria:
Multiple Choice Exam 50%, CSR Research Project 50%
Buchholtz, A. and Carroll, A.,
Business & Society. Ethics and Stakeholder Management. (8th Ed.), Mason, Ohio: South-Western.
Carroll A. B,
A Three-Dimensional Conceptual Model of Corporate Social Performance, Academy of Management Review, 4
How Corporate Social Responsibility is Defined: an Analysis of 37 Definitions, Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, 15