Doctorate in Ethics, Religions, and Business

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DIB Ethics (Doctorate in Global Ethics, Religions, and International Business) e-learning

Objectives: To analyse the principles of Global Ethics and World Religions and identify how they influence in international business and the globalisation process.

The Doctorate in Business in Global Ethics, Religions, and International Business is part of the category of Professional Doctorates in International Business (DIB), which have the dual aim of contributing to the knowledge and practice.

84% of humanity (6,000 millions of people) states belongs to any religion. How does religion and ethics influence on global business?

Programme of the Private Doctorate in Ethics, Religions, and Business.

Doctorate Religions Business
  1. Globalisation and International Business
  2. Intercultural negotiation
  3. World Religions
  4. Civilisations, Religions, and Economic Integration
  5. Buddhism: Mahayana, Theravada, Zen, Vajrayana
  6. Christianity: Catholicism, Protestantism, Orthodoxy
  7. Islam: Sunnis and Shi'ism
  8. Hinduism
  9. Jainism
  10. Zoroastrianism
  11. Sikhism
  12. Taoism
  13. Confucianism
  14. Judaism
  15. Other religions and/or philosophies
    1. Agnosticism
    2. Baha'i Faith
    3. Animism
  16. Principles of global ethics model
  17. International Business without corruption
  18. Research methodology
  19. Thesis

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EVALUATION: to approve the Doctorate in Global Ethics, Religions, and International Business students must perform some tasks on completed units and overcome with a minimal score of 6 points the final thesis (which will be defended via Skype).

Students who pass the evaluation will obtain the diploma “DIB DOCTORATE in Global Ethics, Religions, and International Business” issued by EENI (Business School).


Director of the Doctorate in Ethics, Religions and International Business: Dr Fatos Beka

Dr Fatos Beka

Director of the Doctorate in Global Ethics, Religions, and International Business: Dr Margarita Carrillo López


EENI Professors:
EENI Professors

Duration: minimum two years, maximum three years.

Fees: 3.710 Euros. Consult availability of Scholarships.

Education for all

Language: En. Also, available in Es DIB Religiones or En Religions

Intended to graduates and working professionals who wish to continue their professional career in the field of International Business applying the principles of global ethics with a deep knowledge of religions and their influence on the way of doing business.

To Hold a Master's degree or have a minimum of three years work experience in the field of international business. All those who do not hold a Master or sufficient experience, can study first Master in Foreign Trade (MIB) of EENI, and after access directly to this Programme of Doctorate. In this case, when the student finish the study of the MIB will not require a thesis as this will form part of the final thesis of the Doctorate in Global Ethics, Religions, and International Business.

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Modules and subjects of the Doctorate in Global Ethics, Religions, and International Business:

Globalisation and International Business.


Intercultural negotiation


Introduction to World Religions and Civilisations and regional economic integration

Civilisations and integration

African Civilisation

  1. Africa: The Cradle of humanity

Islam and Business (5 ECTS)


  1. Introduction to Islam
  2. Five pillars of Islam
  3. Sharia
  4. Fiqh
  5. Islamic Economics and Banking
  6. Muslim Businessperson: Prince Bin Talal, Mo Ibrahim, Al Jaber, Bukhamseen, Al-Amoudi, Dangote, Kharafi, Kanoo, Ghurair, Futtaim, Hamied, Barwani, Abdalla, Premj, Muhammad Yunus, Osama Latif
  7. Arab woman: Al Qasimi, Al Rustamani, Al Kuwari,  Al Maskari, Al-Hashimi, Olayan, Al Bahar
  8. Download the module syllabus: “Islam” (PDF)

Arab Development Funds (1 ECTS, Download the syllabus PDF)

Economic Area of the Islamic Civilisation.

  1. Islam as a common factor of the Islamic Civilisation
  2. Economic Integration of the Islamic Civilisation
  3. Arab Economic Area
  4. Central Eurasian Economic Area
  5. Malay Economic Area
  6. Maghrebian Economic Area
  7. African Economic Area
  8. Interactions of the Islamic Civilisation with other civilisations

Buddhism and Business

Buddhism Ethics Business

  1. Buddhism. Buddha
  2. Buddhist texts
  3. Four Noble Truths
  4. Buddhist ethics
  5. Noble Eightfold Path
  6. Buddhist schools: Mahayana, Theravada, Vajrayana and ZEN Buddhism.
  7. Buddhism in the World
  8. Buddhist leaders: Dalai Lama, Aung San Suu Kyi
  9. Buddhist Economics
  10. Download the module syllabus: “Buddhism” (PDF)

Economic Area of the Buddhist Civilisation

  1. Economic Profile of the Buddhist countries
  2. Economic Area of the Buddhist Civilisation
  3. Buddhist businessperson: Kith Meng, Thaksin Shinawatra, Jyoti, Lee Kun-hee, Kazuo Inamori
  4. Asian economic integration of the Buddhist Civilisation
  5. Buddhist Civilisation and the Association of South-East Asian Nations
  6. Interactions of the Buddhist Civilisation with other civilisations (Islamic, Western, African…)
  7. Download the module syllabus - Economic Area of the Buddhist Civilisation

Confucianism and Business

Confucianism Ethics Business

  1. Confucianism. Confucius.
  2. Analects.
  3. Confucian Ethics: Ritual, Humanity, Superior Man, Power, Arts of Peace
  4. Confucian Middle Way.
  5. The Golden rule of Confucianism.
  6. Confucianism today.
  7. Businessperson and Confucianism: Zhang Ruimin, Chang Yung-fa. Galanz.
  8. Economic Area of the Sinic Civilisation

Download the module syllabus “Taoism and Confucianism”

Taoism and Business

Taoism Ethics Business

  1. Taoism. Laozi.
  2. Tao Te Ching. Tao and Te. Yin Yang
  3. Taoist Ethics
  4. Non Action (Wu Wei)
  5. Non-violence
  6. Prominent Taoist
  7. Companies and Taoism

Christianity and Business

Christianity Ethics Business

Catholicism Ethics Business

Protestants Ethics Business

  1. Christianity. Jesus of Nazareth
  2. Gospels. Dogmas of Christianity. Sins
  3. Christian Ethics. Ten Commandments and the Sermon on the Mount. Christian Golden Rule
  4. Catholics
  5. Protestants
  6. Anglican Church
  7. Mormons
  8. Christianity in the World
  9. Christians Spiritual Leaders
  10. Christian Businessperson: Carlos Slim, Lebedev, Amancio Ortega,  Sarmiento, Nadhmi Auchi, Anschutz, Onsi Sawiris, Cathy, Hunt, Ahmanson, Monaghan, Nayla Hayek

Economic Area of the Western Christian Civilisation

  1. European area
  2. American area:
    1. North American
    2. Latin American
    3. Caribbean
  3. Oceania area

Orthodoxy (1 ECTS)

Orthodox Ethics Business

  1. Introduction to Orthodoxy
  2. Pillars of the Orthodox Christianity
  3. Orthodox Christian Church
  4. Orthodox hierarchy in society.
  5. Influence of the Orthodox Business Ethics (Potanin, Baturina…)
  6. Leo Tolstoy: Leader of non-violence (Ahimsa)
  7. Download the syllabus “Orthodoxy” (PDF)

Economic Area of the Orthodox Civilisation (2 ECTS)

  1. Russia: the Central State of the Orthodox Civilisation
  2. Economic Area of the Orthodox Civilisation
  3. Economic Profile of the Orthodox countries
  4. Economic Integration of the Orthodox Civilisation
  5. Interactions of the Orthodox Civilisation with other civilisations
  6. Download the syllabus “Economic Area of the Orthodox Civilisation” (PDF)

Hinduism and Business (4 ECTS)

Hinduism Ethics Business

  1. Hinduism
  2. Sacred texts. Bhagavad-Gita.
  3. Path of Yoga. Four paths to God
  4. Ethical Principles of Hinduism: Ahimsa (Non-Violence), Tolerance, Detachment
  5. Spiritual Leaders of Hinduism: Sri Ramakrishna and Mahatma Gandhi
  6. Hinduism today
  7. Hindu Businessperson: Kiran Mazumdar, Ambani, Hinduja, Birla, Gopalakrishnan
  8. Download the module syllabus: “Religions of India” (PDF)

India as the Central State of the Hindu Civilisation (2 ECTS).

  1. Download the syllabus “Economic Area of the Hindu Civilisation” (PDF)

Jainism and Business

Jainism Business

  1. Jainism
  2. Philosophy of Jainism
  3. 12 votes. Five pillars of Jainism.
  4. Ethics of Jainism.
  5. Non-violence (Ahimsa).
  6. Any living organism deserves respect
  7. Jain businessperson Sahu Jain, Adani, Bhavarlal Jain, Ajit Gulabchand

Zoroastrianism and Business

Zoroastrianism Business

  1. Zoroastrianism. Zarathustra
  2. Ethics of Zoroastrianism
  3. Good thoughts, words, and deeds
  4. Non-Violence
  5. Respect for animals and the environment
  6. Parsees in the World.
  7. Zoroastrian Businessperson: Tata, Poonawalla, Godrej, Wadia

Sikhism and Business

Sikhism Business

  1. Sikhism
  2. Ethical Principles of Sikhs
  3. Moral rectitude and honesty
  4. Five Articles of Faith
  5. Sikhism today
  6. Sikhs Businessperson

Judaism and Business

Judaism Business

  1. Judaism.
  2. Ethical Principles of Judaism. Ten Commandments
  3. Judaism today
  4. Richest Jews in the World
  5. Jewish businessperson: Safra
  6. Download the syllabus “Agnosticism, Judaism and Baha'i” (PDF)

Others religions and philosophies.

  1. Agnosticism
  2. Baha'i Faith

Principles of a model of global ethics (1 ECTS)

  1. Harmony of Religions
  2. Ahimsa (Non-Violence)
  3. Why do we need a global ethics?
  4. Download the module syllabus: “Global Ethics” (PDF)

Global Ethics

Harmony of Religions


International Business without corruption

Not to corruption in Business

No to Corruption

  1. Download the module syllabus “Not to Corruption” (PDF)

Thesis of the Doctorate in Global Ethics, Religions, and International Business.

Samples of the Doctorate in Global Ethics, Religions, and International Business.

Buddhist Ethics

Dr. Kazuo Inamori

Dalai Lama

Indu Jain India

Confucian Ethics

Her Excellency Sheikha Lubna

Carlos Slim

Hinduism Ethics

Mohamed Ibrahim

TATA India

Christianity Africa

Five pillars of Islam

Alhaji Aliko Dangote

Taoism Wu Wei

Thomas Monaghan

Mohamed Mansour

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