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Corporate Ethics and Governance

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Publication in the Diário da República: Despacho nº 13772/2014 - 12/11/2014

4 ECTS; 3º Ano, 2º Semestre, 45,0 TP , Cód. 905631.

- António Anacleto Viegas Ferreira

Not applicable.

Students should be aware of the importance of the participation of stakeholders in corporate governance and ethical and deontological principles listed in the Code of Ethics of Chartered Accountants.
SDG 4 - Quality Education
SDG 16 - Peace, Justice and Effective Institutions

1. Notions and concepts of Ethics and Deontology
1.1.Brief history of ethics
1.2.Concepts of ethics and ethics
2. Corporate Ethics
2.1.Ethics and company
2.2.The company as an ethically responsible organization
3. The individual and social factors of the organisational dynamics
3.1. The Human Motivation in work
3.2. The leadership and the impact in individuals, groups and organizations;
4.Deontological principles and professional values
4.1.Deontological principles, framework
4.2.Professional values, their implications
5. Code of Ethics and professional conduct of certified accountants
5.1.Evolution of the Statute and the Code of Ethics
5.2.Scope, duties and responsibilities
6.Codes of ethics of professional organizations
6.1.Analysis and comparison between organizations
6.2.Interconnections and implications of codes between organizations
7.Professional organizations in areas related to accounting
7.1.Study of professional organizations in areas related to accounting
7.2.Order of Statutory Auditors
7.3.Incompatibilities and conflicts of interest

Evaluation Methodology
Continuous Assessment: two practical works with presentation with a weighting of 40%, written test with a minimum classification of 8 (eight) values, with a weighting of 60%. students with a grade higher than 10 (ten) will be exempted from the exam.
Non-continuous assessment: a written test. Students will be approved with a classification equal to or higher than 10 (ten) values.

- Helena e cardoso, C. (2007). Gestão Ética e Socialmente Responsável. Lisboa: RH
- César, A. (2008). Introdução à Ética Empresarial. lisboa: Princípia Editora
- Arménio, R. e Miguel, C. e Nuno, C. e Helena, G. (2007). Gestão Ética e Socialmente Responsável. Lisboa: Editora RH
- Rocha, A. (2010). Ética e Deontologia e Responsabilidade Social. 2010: Vida Económica
- Neves, M. e Neves, J. (2018). Ética Aplicada à Economia. Lisboa: Edições 70

Teaching Method
Current issues and discussion of relevant case studies. Literature review and practical assignments on taught topics.

Audiovisual support (datashow, powerpoint).

Software used in class




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