Alleviating the Malady of Low Ethical Awareness Using PRME as a Tonic Lesson from Europe

Agata Stachowicz-Stanusch

Integrity has no need of rule.

—Albert Camus


The present-day widely discussed ethical concern about the lack of responsibility in the contemporary business world has implicated the necessity of a thorough change, not only of corporate behaviors, but also of academic attitudes toward the process of education of future business leaders.

That is why such initiative as Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) has come into existence, which is dedicated to improving the process of education, and is a useful instrument that provides clear guidelines for educational programs, giving business schools the ...

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