The aim of the course is to develop students’ ability to examine the ethical challenges of socio-economic research and to understand the relevance of academic integrity to an ethical climate in educational institutions. Also, to familiarize students with the role of moral principles and with a conceptual apparatus and language to raise their level of understanding of the specific issues of ethics and academic integrity, to provide students with a range of case studies on the ethical dimension of socio-economic research and to provide students with the tools to resolve practical dilemmas in their research and academic work.

At the end of this course, students will:
  • Identification, in-depth analysis, interpretation and development of business administration concepts, in correlation with information technology trends
  • Constructive interpretation and adaptation of business ideas to the European context