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CEMS Business Ethics course in France

Under the direction of Laszlo Zsolnai, the Business Ethics Interfaculty Group of the Community of European Management Schools (CEMS) organized a business ethics course that served as a component of the CEMS Master’s Program. The course was taught on September 9–16, 2001 in Grasse, near Nice, in France.

Topics included the following: the moral aspects of economic behavior, business and society, the stakeholder corporation, finance and ethics, personal responsibility in business, corruption, institutional aspects of the market, ethical decision-making,  business and sustainability, and • international ethics and globalization.

More than 30 students from CEMS member universities participated in the course. Faculty members included Hans De Geer (Stockholm), Eleanor O’Higgins (Dublin), Aloy Soppe (Rotterdam), Knut Ims (Bergen), Yvon Pesqueux (Paris), Lidmila Nemcova (Prague), Tomasz Dolegowski (Warsaw), Antonio Tencati (Milan), and Zsolt Boda and Laszlo Zsolnai (Budapest).