Update March 23
Thank you for very interesting presentations, good work!
We will begin the exam tomorrow at 14:00 in class room E-341, third floor in Arkadia, see you all there.
Update March 22
Notice that the exam will be on a different class room on Thursday: E-341, third floor in Arkadia.
Tomorrow (Wednesday) the class will be at the usual classroom, E-1.24.
The first presentation has been added to the group work page! When ready, send your presentations to us: firstname.lastname@example.org & email@example.com
Update March 17
Assignment 4 has been added. It is due on Tuesday March 22. Thank you for your participation and we will see you on Monday at 13:00.
Update, March 16
There was a mix-up with articles.
The right article for assignment 3: Scherer, A. G., & Palazzo, G. (2011) has been added to the readings.
If you read the article Scherer, A. G., & Palazzo, G. (2007), it should not be a problem as these two are related. My apologies for the mistake.
Tomorrow we will begin at 14:00, we'll see you there!
Update, March 15
You can now find the teams on the group work page. Newcomers are welcome to join these teams or form a new one.
The second lecture will begin today at 14:00. Please, bring your first reflection paper with you.
Welcome to the short and intensive course on Business Ethics!
Our first lecture will be on Monday March 14, 13:00-17:00, class room E-124 (Arkadia). While there is no assignment for the first session, we recommend you to read Martha Nussbaum's "Women and equality: The capabilities approach" (the first reading on the list) to prepare yourself for the lecture.
You'll find all the necessary materials here on MyCourses. Do not hesitate to contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org & email@example.com