This series of seminars aims to introduce its participants to ethical discernment related to the current economic and financial environment.
During the first half of the series, students will be introduced to principal models of economic ethics, starting with the Industrial Revolution. The second half of the course is a series of workshops focused on specific professional fields, with commentary from experts in each respective field.
The course lasts a total of 39 hours. To receive credit, students must attend 27 hours, 70% of the total course hours, and pass a final evaluation stipulated by the instructor.
The course is offered in Italian and is limited to 50 students.
The course calendar will be available in January.