There will be 72 contact classes and 144 hours are prescribed for out-of-class tasks.Classroom lectures, peer activities in class, self supervised individual tasks outside classroom. Termend written exam and paper.
The literature for the course would be provided in class and other materials could be found on online data sources. The following are recommended readings:
The course aims at providing students opportunities to gain more insights into basic principles of EU and international law and students are also able to seek information about these issues from different websites. Students know the most important rules and principles concerning Finnish labor law to be able to function efficiently in Finnish companies. The course also aims to give an understanding of the meaning and mechanisms of Corporate Governance, the policies influencing these and the general methods used which affect the company value and capital markets. Another aim is for students acquire insights into various aspects of business and environmental ethics, so as to widen their perspectives of ethical considerations in culture, business and environment related issues.
Lectures and discussions on the basis of articles and case studies followed by written reports or reviews would be the general classroom sessions. The contents of the course are:
The assessment for the course will be done on a continuous basis and based on the following requirements:
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