Willingness to comply with corporate law: an interdisciplinary teaching method in higher education

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Willingness to comply with corporate law: an interdisciplinary teaching method in higher education

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Title: Willingness to comply with corporate law: an interdisciplinary teaching method in higher education
Author: Robina Ramírez, Rafael; Palos Sánchez, Pedro Ramiro
Abstract: Utilizando un proyecto de capacitación en innovación, se desarrolló una estrategia de enseñanza transversal interdisciplinaria para mejorar la disposición de los estudiantes a cumplir con la ley. Treinta y cinco maestros de negocios, finanzas y contabilidad examinaron los efectos de la educación ética en la disposición de 484 estudiantes universitarios para cumplir con el derecho corporativo. La educación ética se basó en la construcción de decisiones éticas de los estudiantes sobre tres sentencias judiciales en el nuevo Código de Gobierno Corporativo español. La capacitación ética se llevó a cabo mediante el desarrollo y la aplicación de argumentos contrarios a la justicia social. Esta perspectiva permitió a los estudiantes imaginar qué decisiones podrían haber tomado otras personas si hubieran administrado la empresa de manera ética. Los resultados sugieren que la educación ética en la educación superior puede mejorar la disposición a cumplir la ley. Esta metodología se puede aplicar a departamentos interdisciplinarios que enseñan ética en negocios, finanzas y contabilidad.Using an innovation training project, an interdisciplinary cross-sectional teaching strategy was developed to enhance students’ willingness to comply with the law. Thirty-five business, finance and accounting teachers examined the effects of ethical education on 484 university students’ willingness to comply with corporate law. Ethical education was based on building students’ ethical decisions on three court judgments in the new Spanish Corporate Governance Code. The ethical training was carried out by developing and applying social justice counter arguments. This perspective allowed students to imagine what decisions other person could have taken if they had managed the company ethically. The results suggest that ethics education in higher education can improve the willingness to comply the law. This methodology can be applied to interdisciplinary departments teaching ethics in business, finance and accounting.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10662/9905
Date: 2018


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