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Ethics of Capitalism Course at CEU

In July 1998, the Business Ethics Center organized a summer course at the Central European University under the title “Ethics of Capitalism.” 28 participants from 12 countries attended the course.

The program of the course included the following modules:

Peter Koslowski (Hannover Institute for Philosophy): Ethics, Economics, and the Capitalist Economy

Edward E. Freeman (Darden Business School, University of Virginia): The Idea of Stakeholder Capitalism

Stefano Zamagni (University of Bologna): The Market, State, and Civil Society

Wojcieh W. Gasparski (Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw): Moral Aspects of Economic Transition

Lubomir Mlcoch (Charles University, Prague): Failures of Radical Liberalism

Laszlo Zsolnai (Business Ethics Center, Budapest): Responsibility and Profit Making

A professional 30-minute video has been produced about the course entitled “The Future of Capitalism.”