German Chambers of Commerce- Institutionalized Wisdom (2018-2020)Read More
Today, the perception of business and the economy is largely dominated by large corporations and their scandals. This sheds negative light on the image of the independent, self-employed entrepreneur. In the course of a more and more ideologically guided discourse on justice, the entrepreneur is being increasingly criticised and his system of social responsibility is drawn into question.
A society in which entrepreneurial added-value serves as a contribution to public welfare and development.
Ethically-conscious leaders who are familiar with their social environment and aware of their inherent responsibilities.
Students from diverse cultures who perceive their spiritual and/or religious traditions as a resource for ethical entrepreneurship.
Universities and educational institutions that not only serve as places of teaching and learning, but also as places of personal-ity development and character building.
DR. LAURA SASSE
Chairman of the Board
PROF. DR. ANDRÉ HABISCH
2. Chairman of the Board,
Catholic University Eichstätt-Ingolstadt Faculty for Business and Economics
DR. CHRISTINE SASSE
DR. CLAUDIUS BACHMANN
WWU Münster, Institut for Christian Social Studies