International Business and Global Ethics (Doctorate, Master)

EENI Business School & HA University

Subject. A global ethics model for international business.

  1. Introduction to Global Ethics
  2. Searching for a Global Ethics Model
  3. Religions as “Wisdom traditions” of humanity: one of the main global ethics sources
  4. Shared ethical principles of humanity
  5. The Golden Rule (“Ethic of Reciprocity”)
  6. The two fundamental principles of global ethics
    1. Harmony of Religions (Sri Ramakrishna)
    2. Ahimsa (Non-Violence)
  7. Compatibility of global ethics model with world's religions
  8. Implications for international marketing
  9. Business People who apply models based on global ethics
  10. Why do we need global ethics?

Global Ethics (Master Doctorate)

The objectives of the Online Professional Course / Subject “A global ethics model for international business” are the following:

  1. To define the pillars of a global ethics model
  2. To understand the religions of humanity as the sources of a global ethics model
  3. To analyse the two fundamental principles of global ethics: Ahimsa (non-violence) and Harmony of Religions
  4. To reflect about the impact of a global ethics model on international business (marketing, strategies, and relationships)
  5. To analyse the profile of Business People who apply global ethics models

The eLearning Course (Subject) “Global Ethics” is part of the following Online Higher Education Programs taught by EENI Business School & HA University:
  1. Doctorate in Ethics, Religion & Business
  2. Doctorate in Global Trade
  3. Professional Master of Science in International Business

Learning materials in Master in International Business in English or Study Master Doctorate Business in Spanish Ética Global Study, Master in International Business in French Ethique mondiale Masters Foreign Trade in Portuguese Ética global

  1. Credits of the Online Professional Course / Subject “Global Ethics”: 1 ECTS Credits
  2. Duration: one week
  3. Download the Online Course (Subject) Syllabus: “Global Ethics” (PDF)

Online Student (Master International Business)

Intended for all those who wish to implement a global ethics model in their companies based on the principles of Harmony of Religions and Ahimsa (non-violence).

Harmony of Religions (e-Doctorate) e-Doctorate: Ahimsa Business (Non-Violence)

EENI's Principle of Racial Harmony (James Emman Kwegyir Aggrey)

Principle of Racial Harmony (University, Kwegyir Aggrey)

Hinduism spiritual leader inspires a Muslim Businessman (Yusuf Hamied)
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Description of the Online Professional Course: Global Ethics and International Business

“The principle of Non-Violence of Mahatma Gandhi and Sri Ramakrishna's testimony to Harmony of Religions: here we have the approach and spirit that can make it possible for the human race to grow together into one family.” Arnold Toynbee.

Ethics consist in experiencing the compulsion to show to all will-to-live the same reverence as I do to my own.” Albert Schweitzer

Global Ethics: “common values shared by humanity.”

“A common fundamental vision of what is legitimate, just, and fair. A global economic ethic relies on moral principles and values that from the immemorial time have been shared by all cultures and have been supported by common practical experience.” Manifesto for a Global Economic Ethic

Where can we find global ethics sources?

Religions as “wisdom traditions” of humanity: one of the main global ethics sources.

“Who are the greatest benefactors of the living generation of Humanity? Confucius, Muhammad, Lao Tzu, Jesus, Buddha, Zoroaster, the prophets of Israel and Judah, and Socrates.” Sir Arnold Toynbee.

Perhaps many people in the West prefer to speak of “Wisdom Traditions” instead of religions.

Instead of looking for differences (Concept of Intercultural Management); we will search for points of convergence, facilitating dialogue, cultural diplomacy, international relations and business.

Religions (Ethics) influence significantly in the way of doing business in each market, especially in “non-Western” countries. The great part of humanity - Africa, Latin America, Arab Countries, India, and Southeast Asia - is much more spiritual than the West.

EENI: We condemn any kind of violence

In many countries, mixing religion and business is considered taboo. However, we disagree if we do with respect and knowledge.

The West needs to change his world's vision, and understand that the world is different; and only with the knowledge and respect to the others, can represent the similar role it in the new order.

Science can save lives, but also can destroy it. Religions have positive aspects but also negative. There are many essays about the negative dimensions of the religions, a reality that history has taught us. However, religions also have a positive side, as ancient wisdom sources, emanating ethical principles shared by almost all the higher religions.

We should adapt the science for the advantage of Humanity PhD Haya Sindi (Saudi Arabia).

“The Harijan movement (Untouchables) is too big for mere intellectual effort. There is nothing so wrong in the entire world that caste system. Moreover, yet I cannot leave religion and therefore Hinduism.
My life would be a burden to me if Hinduism failed me.

I love Christianity, Islam, and many other faiths through Hinduism.

Take it away, and nothing remains for me. However, then I cannot tolerate it with untouchability the high-and-low belief.” Mahatma Gandhi

Global ethics sources.

  1. Universal Declaration of Human Rights (United Nations)
  2. Cairo Declaration on Human Rights in Islam (Organisation of Islamic Cooperation)
  3. Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work (International Labour Organisation)
  4. Rio Declaration on Environment and Development

Declaration Towards a Global Ethic

In the Parliament of World's Religions, Chicago (1993) (since 1893, the speech of Swami Vivekananda, a disciple of Sri Ramakrishna), lead by Hans Kung, representatives of all the World's Religions agreed on the core elements of a shared ethic.

  1. Principle of Humanity
  2. Golden Rule of reciprocity
  3. A commitment to non-violence, justice, truthfulness, and partnership between men and women

Global Ethics:

  1. It is not proselytism
  2. It is not based on the superiority of any religion
    “Today there is no living being who know enough to say for sure if a religion has been more important than all others.” Arnold Toynbee
  3. It is not a global religion (like Baha’i)
  4. It is open to agnostics and atheists
  5. A “Global ethic for business” - is still in its development phase

The weakness of global ethics: fundamentalists of all religions and atheists.

Searching for a global ethics model.

The scenario for our research of global ethics: India

  1. India is the cradle of four higher religions: Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism, and Sikhism. Today, India is a “little world” under religion's point of view
  2. India, particularly Hinduism, is one of the most tolerant countries with other religions
  3. India is the world's third largest economy (behind the U.S. and China) and one of the BRICS Countries
  4. India is the largest democracy in the World

Director of International Business and Global Ethics

Director of International Business and Ethics (Doctorate)

Ethics Nonell Berlin
The founder of EENI, Pedro Nonell imparting the conference on “Cultural Diplomacy, International Business and Global Ethics” - The world's religions as the sources of global ethics at the Institute for Cultural Diplomacy (Berlin - Germany).

Ethics and religion.

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