06220361 - Global world: business ethics and corporate social responsability

Credit hour 4
Total number of hours 39
Number of hours for lectures 24
Number of hours for tutorials 15

Content

-History of business ethics and CSR
-Background to global compact and PRME
-Stakeholder theory
-Tetranormlization theory
-Socio-economic Approach to Management. 
-ISO 26000  and Global Reporting Initiative
-SEB case study
-Google
-Rana Plaza case study

Bibliography

BOOKS USED AS REFERENCE:
  • Freeman, R.E. (1984). Strategic Management : A Stakeholder Approach. Marshfied, MA : Pitman
  • Savall, H., Zardet, V. Bonnet,M. (2008): Releasing the untapped potential of enterprises through socioeconomic
  • management. Geneva: International Labour Organization.

Tests

Continuing Examination
In class Examination
Nature of student work and proportion weight: essay on the social responsibillity of schools of management

Additional Information

TEACHING METHODS
Lectures, debates, presentations, essays.

PREREQUISITE
Strategic management

ADDITIONAL READINGS:
Elkington, J. (1997). Canibals With Forks : The Triple Bottom Line of the 21st Century Business. Oxford : Capstone.
Freeman, R.E. and Reed, D.L. (1983). Stockholders and Stakeholders : A New Perspective on Corporate
Governance. California Management Review, Vol 25 N°3 : 88-106.