BUS 7830 Corporate Governance and Ethics (3 units)
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This course aims to provide students an understanding of the key issues of modern corporate governance and ethical operation, the basic roles and responsibilities of shareholders, directors and management, and the roles of business in society and corporate social responsibility. The key objective is that students will be able to analyse and solve corporate governance and ethical issues and be familiar with the legal, social, economic, moral and psychological issues that they may confront in the ordinary course of serving on boards. In addition, by providing a foundation in ethical theories and a framework for analysing ethical dilemmas, students will sensitise to ethical dilemmas and be able to develop some codes or guidelines for making ethical decisions.
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