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Global Ethics, Religions, and Business

Syllabus of the Module- Religions, Ethics, and Global Business (Master, Doctorate).

84% of humanity (6,000 million people) claims to belong to any religion. How does religion influence on the international marketing and global business?

Religions Ethics and Business (Doctorate)
  1. Religions of the World as a source of the global ethics
  2. Indian Religions (Course, 6 ECTS)
    1. Hinduism
    2. Jainism
    3. Sikhism
    4. Zoroastrianism
  3. Buddhism (Course, 5 ECTS)
  4. Chinese Religions (Course, 5 ECTS)
    1. Confucianism
    2. Taoism
  5. Christianity (Course, 21 ECTS)
    1. Catholicism (Eastern Catholic Churches)
    2. Protestantism
    3. Anglicans
    4. Mormons
  6. Orthodoxy (Course, 3 ECTS)
  7. Islam (Course, 15 ECTS)
  8. Judaism
  9. African Traditional Religions
  10. Baha'i Faith
  11. Agnosticism
  12. Corruption, Ethics, and International Business (Course, 4 ECTS)
  13. Principles of a model of global ethics:
    1. Harmony of Religions
    2. Ahimsa (Non-Violence)
    3. Why do we need the global ethics?
  14. Introduction to the Civilisations, religions and regional economic integration
  15. Implications of global ethics on the international marketing

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Related Doctorates and Masters taught by EENI Global Business School.

  1. Doctorate: Ethics, Religions & International Business
  2. Master: Religions & Business, International Business

The objectives of the module “Global Ethics, Religions, and International Business” are to:

  1. Analyse the ethical principles of each religion of the World
  2. Understand their influence on the way of doing business
  3. Offer a new approach to the Intercultural Negotiation
  4. Develop the principles of a Model of Global Ethics
  5. Collaborate in the research for a model of globalisation based on the global ethics and the respect for the environment
  6. Recognise the philanthropic actions developed by Businessman related to these religions
  7. Help to eliminate the corruption in international business

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Why study Religions and International Business?

  1. Study “Orthodoxy, Ethics and Business”
  2. Study “Islam, Ethics and Business”
  3. Study “Buddhism, Ethics and Business”
  4. Study “Christianity, Ethics and Business”
  5. Study “Indian Religions and Business - Hinduism”
  6. Study “Taoism, Confucianism and Business”

Learning materials in Master in International Business in English or Study Master Doctorate Business in Spanish Ética Negocios Study, Master in International Business in French Éthique globale

More languages (Pt) Ética global (CAT) Ètica global (It): Etica globale.

Global Ethics (Master Doctorate)

Harmony of Religions (e-Doctorate)

e-Doctorate: Ahimsa Non-Violence

EENI Principle of Racial Harmony (James Emman Kwegyir Aggrey)

Principle of Racial Harmony (EENI, Kwegyir Aggrey)

“When the kindness declines
When the wickedness increases
When the purpose of the life is forgotten.
I will manifest to re-establish the way of the principles” Bhagavad-Gita

Everyone should follow his religion. A Christian should follow Christianity; a Muslim should follow Islam, and so on. For Hinduism, the old way, the way of the Aryan wises is the best.” Sri Ramakrishna

The Project “Religion, Ethics, and International Business” is led by Mr. Pedro Nonell, EENI Global Business School Director. EENI Professors and students are also part of the project (EENI Commitment to Society).

“Where is the knowledge we have lost in information?
Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge?” TS Elliot

Hinduism Ethics and Business (Doctorate)

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Course / Module ECTS Credits Download the syllabus of the module (PDF)
Indian Religions (Hinduism, Jainism) 5 Indian Religions
    Economic Area (Hindu Civilisation) 2 Economic Area of the Hindu Civilisation
Islam 5 Islam
  1. Institutions
  2. Development Funds
  1. Islamic Institutions
  2. Arab Development Funds
Buddhism 3 Buddhism
    Economic Area (Buddhist Civilisation) 2 Economic Area of the Buddhist Civilisation
Taoism and Confucianism 3 Taoism and Confucianism
Orthodoxy  1 Orthodoxy
    Economic Area (Orthodox Civilisation)   Economic Area of the Orthodox Civilisation
Agnosticism, Judaism and Baha'i Faith 1 Agnosticism, Judaism and Baha'i
Global Ethics 1 Global Ethics
No to Corruption 5 No to Corruption

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Description of the Module: Global Ethics, Religions, and International Business:

This project does not have a proselytising vision, is not for convincing anyone that one religion is better or worse than another, but rather to identify the ethical values of each one. Of course, is aimed at both believers of any religion as atheists or agnostics.

“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

Justification of the project “Religion, ethics, and international business”


Five Pillars of Islam (Doctorate)

Four Noble Truths (Buddhism)

Jainism Business and Ethics (Doctorate)

Sikhism Business and Ethics (Doctorate)

Kazuo Inamori Buddhist

Cyrus Poonawalla (Master, India)

Indu Jain Indian Businesswoman (Course Master)

Alhaji Aliko Dangote Nigerian Businessman, Course

Sheikh Mohammed Amoudi

Vladimir Potanin Russian Businessman (Course Master)

Amancio Ortega (Spanish Philanthropist)

Carlos Slim Mexican Businessman (Course Master)

Bhagavad-Gita (Hinduism, Online Doctorate)

Global Compact EENIEENI adhesion to the Global Compact of the United Nations.

Ethics Nonell Berlin
Mr Pedro Nonell imparting the conference on “International Business and Global Ethics” at the Institute for Cultural Diplomacy (Berlin).

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