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Courses on Sustainable Value Creation

    In 2020 the Business Ethics Center developed and taught a variety of online courses for the Corvinus University of Budapest. Courses were executed in collaboration with high profile international faculty from the USA, Canada, Ireland, UK, France, Norway, and the United Arab Emirates. In May 11-15, 2020 an intensive course entitled “Value Creation for a Sustainable World” were taught for 150 students. Modules of the course included the following: Laszlo Zsolnai (Corvinus University of Budapest): Business in… Read More »Courses on Sustainable Value Creation

    Spirituality, Sustainability and Leadership – Online Course in India

      With V. Adinarayanan and Smrithi Rekha Adinarayanan Laszlo Zsolnai was teaching an online course on Spirituality, Sustainability and Leadership. The course is organized by the Anaadi Foundation in Tamil Nadu, India in June 22- 26, 2020 from 8 pm – 9 pm Indian Standard Time (16.30-17.30 CET). Spirituality, Sustainability and Leadership – Online Course in India Spirituality, Sustainability and Leadership Introduction Integral Ecology Responsible Leadership Creating Sustainable Futures

      Bodo Ecological MBA program

        The Business Ethics Center of the Corvinus University of Budapest organized a new Business Ethics and CSR  module in the Ecological Economics MBA program of the Bodo Graduate School of Business, University of Nordland, Norway. The module was taught in Budapest in September 23-25, 2013. “Business Ethics and CSR” module, MBA in Ecological Economics Program, Bodo Graduate School of Business The Crisis of Materialistic Management CSR and the Paradox of Business Ethics The Moral Economic Man

        Ethics of Systems Thinking

          March 27, 2013 Laszlo Zsolnai was teaching a class on Ethics of Systems Thinking in the Critical Thinking course taught by Professor Joanne Ciulla at the Jepson School of Leadership Studies, University of Richmond, Virginia, USA. Using a number of case studies from Hungary, Bhutan, and USA he emphasized that systems theory requires to paying equal attention to all the relevant value dimensions of the system, blocking trade-offs among non-substitutable values, and considering the long-term, indirect effects. Ethics… Read More »Ethics of Systems Thinking

          Teaching at Venice International University

            Laszlo Zsolnai was teaching a class on Environmental Ethics in the program “Sustainable Development for St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region” in July 5, 2010 in Venice. The program was organized by the Regional Environmental Center and the Venice International University. Zsolnai argued that society affects the natural environment at different levels. Individual biological creatures are affected by business via hunting, fishing, agriculture, animal testing, etc. Natural ecosystems are affected by business via mining, regulating rivers, building, polluting… Read More »Teaching at Venice International University

            Teaching in St. Gallen

              In March and April, 2010 Laszlo Zsolnai teaches a course “Ethics in Business and Economics” at the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland. Teaching in St. Gallen – Ethics in Business & Economics University of St. Gallen

              Teaching in Heilbronn

                Laszlo Zsolnai was Visiting Professor at the German Graduate School of Management and Law in Heilbronn in 2009 April and May. He was teaching a Businees Ethics course in the MBA program. Teaching in Heilbronn – MBA Management Leadership Focus 2007 – 2009

                Teaching in Bodo

                  From November 15-17, 2006 Laszlo Zsolnai taught a class on Buddhist Economics at the Bodo Graduate School of Business for the students of the Ecological Economics and Environmental Ethics master’s program. Teaching in Bodo – Selflessness- Buddhist Economics Strategy

                  Visiting Professorship in Antwerp

                    From February-April 2006, Laszlo Zsolnai was UCSIA Visiting Professor at the University of Antwerp in Belgium. During his stay he taught classes on Deep Ecology, Buddhist Ethics, Buddhist Economics and Environmental Ethics in different programs at the University of Antwerp. Visiting Professorship in Antwerp