No to corruption (Bachelor's Degree)

EENI- School of International Business

No to corruption in International Trade (Bachelor's Degree e-learning, third semester)


Bachelor's Degree in International Trade

Subject - “No to corruption in International Trade” (4 ECTS) - Bachelor's Degree in International Trade (third semester)

Objectives of the Program “No to corruption in International Business”:

  1. To analyse the causes of the corruption in International Business
  2. To raise awareness about the terrible effects of the corruption
  3. To learn about the tools that a company can implement to fight against the corruption

No to Corruption in International Business

  1. Corruption and International Business
  2. Role of Transparency International
  3. Corporate Social Responsibility and corruption
  4. Global Compact of the United Nations (UN).
  5. United Nations Convention against Corruption
  6. Anti-corruption measures of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development
  7. Anti-corruption clause of the International Chamber of Commerce
  8. Other institutions related to the fight against international corruption
  9. African Union Convention on Preventing and Combating Corruption
  10. Introduction to Global Ethics and corruption

Why fight against the corruption?

  1. 5% of the World's GDP
  2. Adds up to 10% to the total cost of doing business globally
  3. International Business would grow up to 3% faster
  4. Near 25% of the final cost of public procurement
  5. Infant mortality would drop by 75%

Business without Corruption

Syllabus of the Program: Transparency International

  1. Introduction to Transparency International
  2. Corruption Perceptions Index
  3. Global Corruption Barometer
  4. Bribe Payers Index
  5. Business Principles for Countering Bribery
  6. Principles of transparency and corruption prevention for businesses
  7. Case Study: The European Corruption Risk

Syllabus of the Program: Corporate Social Responsibility

  1. Introduction to the Corporate Social Responsibility
  2. Dow Jones Sustainability Index
  3. Corporate Social Responsibility and the European Union
  4. Global Report and InFocus (International Labour Organisation)

Syllabus of the Program: Global Compact of the United Nations

  1. Introduction to Global Compact of the United Nations
  2. Ten principles of the Global Compact
  3. How to join the Global Compact
  4. Universal Declaration of Human Rights
  5. United Nations Convention against Corruption
  6. Rio Declaration on Environment and Development

Syllabus of the Program: Anti-corruption Measures of the OECD.

  1. Introduction to the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)
  2. OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises
  3. Fighting corruption in the public sector
  4. Guidelines for managing conflict of interest in the public service
  5. Bribery in the Public Procurement
  6. Business integrity in Africa
  7. Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions (OECD)
  8. Good Practice Guidance on Internal Controls, Ethics, and Compliance
  9. Role of intermediaries in the international business transactions
  10. Electronic sales suppression

Syllabus of the Program: Anti-corruption Clause of the ICC

  1. Introduction to the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)
  2. Anti-corruption clause of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)
  3. Outline of the anti-corruption clause
  4. How to implement the anti-corruption clause

Syllabus of the Program: Institutions and Initiatives related to the fight against international corruption.

  1. International Anti-Corruption Academy
  2. Global Financial Integrity
  3. Global Witness
  4. Financial Action Task Force
  5. Stolen Asset Recovery Initiative
  6. World Economic Forum Partnering against the corruption Initiative
  7. International Association of Anti-Corruption Authorities

Syllabus of the Program: African Union Convention on Preventing and Combating Corruption.

  1. Introduction to African Union Convention on Preventing and Combating Corruption
  2. Regional Anti-Corruption Programme for Africa

Syllabus of the Program: Global Ethics and International Business

  1. Introduction to Global Ethics
  2. Sources of the Global Ethics
  3. Religions as “Wisdom traditions” of humanity
  4. Searching for a Global Ethics Model
  5. The two key principles of the Global Ethics
    1. Harmony between religions
    2. Ahimsa (Nonviolence)
  6. Compatibility of the model of Global Ethics with the religions of the World
  7. Implications for international marketing
  8. Business People who apply models based on global ethics
  9. Why do we need a global ethics?

Harmony of Religions Ahimsa Business

Objectives of the Program “Global Ethics”:

  1. To define the fundamentals of a model of global ethics
  2. To understand the religions of humanity  as the sources of a model of global ethics
  3. To analyse the two key principles of the Global Ethics: Ahimsa (Nonviolence) and the Harmony between religions
  4. To reflect on the impact of the model of global ethics on global business
  5. To analyse the profile of Businessmen who apply models of global ethics

Subjects of the third semester of the Bachelor's Degree in International Trade

foreign trade (Bachelor's Degree in Trade, 2-3)

ECTS: European Transfer and Accumulation System

Samples: No to corruption in International Trade (Bachelor's Degree in International Trade, e-learning, third semester)

Anti-corruption Clause (International Chamber of Commerce)

OECD anti-corruption measures

Corruption Perceptions (TI)

Language of the subject “No to corruption in International Trade” of the Bachelor's Degree in International Trade (third semester): English or Spanish Licenciatura Comercio French Licence commerce Portuguese Licenciatura comércio



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