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Comparative Analysis of Business Process Modelling Tools for Compliance Management Support

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Compliance Issues in Higher Education

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Compliance Risk Management in Polish and German Companies

References Baker McKenzie (2019). Hot Topics . Bundesjustizministerium verö-ffentlicht Entwurf für ein Verbandssanktionengesetz – was auf Unternehmen jetzt zukommt: zuneh-mender Verfolgungsdruck durch Legalitätsprinzip, höhere Sanktionen sowie Anreize für Compliance Programme und interne Untersuchungen. 28 August. Becker, W., et al. (2011). Compliance-Management im Mittelstand . Bamberg, 7–22. Bannenberg, B., & Poppe, S. (2013). Compliance: Aufbau-Management-Risikobereiche . CF Müller GmbH, 1–34. Behringer, S. (2012). Compliance

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Information Security Compliance in Organizations: An Institutional Perspective

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Global-Soziale Marktwirtschaft und die Flüchtlingsfrage

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Auslöser meiner Überlegungen ist die akute Flüchtlingskrise. Es spricht manches dafür, dass sich diese Krise nicht einfach mit einigen administrativen Maßnahmen der Zuwanderungsbeschränkung in kurzer Frist in Luft auflösen wird. Vermutlich ist sie Symptom für eine neue Welle der weltweiten Angleichung von Lebensbedingungen, die sich unter anderem in großen Wanderungen niederschlägt. Es ist dann im Interesse des Nordens diesen Angleichungsprozess zu beschleunigen, um so den Anreiz des Wanderns aus dem Süden in den Norden zu dämpfen. Eine zentrale Komponente des nördlichen Erfolgsmodells, die Soziale Marktwirtschaft, sollte daher möglichst rasch globalisiert werden. Diesem Ziel einer möglichst zügigen Verwirklichung einer Global-Sozialen Marktwirtschaft dient am besten ein Kulturwandel im Süden in Richtung auf das das nördliche Erfolgsmodell. Dieser Kulturwandel kann vor allem angestoßen werden durch Exporterfolge des Südens in den Norden. Hierzu eignet sich eine Außenwirtschaftspolitik des Nordens, die einen Exportüberschuss des Südens hervorbringt und auf diese Weise im Süden möglichst viele produktive Arbeitsplätze schafft. Der Norden würde von einer solchen Politik nicht nur deshalb gewinnen, weil auf diese Weise der Süd-Nord- Wanderungsdruck gemildert wird. Darüber hinaus kann der Norden auch durch eine verbesserte internationale Arbeitsteilung gewinnen. Allerdings ist es für den Erfolg einer solchen Politik auch erforderlich, dass sich der Norden auf die damit verbundenen institutionellen Veränderungen einlässt. Insbesondere muss akzeptiert werden, dass sich die komparativen Vorteile in der Güterproduktion verschieben und dass auch Institutionen wie zum Beispiel die staatliche Schuldenbremse modifiziert, grundlegend geändert oder ganz abgeschafft werden.

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Antonio Rosmini’s Social Ethics and his Relationship to German Thought

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Putting the economic and social–ethical thought of Rosmini in relationship to the German tradition of social market economy, either a pertinent collocation of the liberal catholic thinker Rosmini or new perspectives for the concept of social market economy, which is in search for a new identity, have been made. The justification of this paper lies in the fact that Rosmini introduced the idea of social justice right in the sense of social market economy, on the one hand, and in the way in which the late 19th-centrury economic theory in Italy received his economic thought, on the other hand. Hence, despite his theoretical and cultural distance from Röpke, both have many interesting economic reflections in common.

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The effects of experiential training in teaching-learning entrepreneurship in VET schools from Europe

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Following the training organized in vocational schools in five European countries, in which were used experiential methods of teaching entrepreneurship, through questionnaires applied to both students and teachers, the results obtained were analyzed, respectively the students’ perception on the teaching methods used by the teachers, the knowledge, skills, abilities acquired. In order to carry out the study, three research hypotheses were formulated, and the results obtained have fully confirmed them. The conclusions of the study highlighted the positive effects of the experiential methods on the entrepreneurship teaching-learning process.

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Sources of “Public Reason” in Europe: Perspectives from Theological Ethics

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Welcoming the turn toward including normative conceptions of the human into the remit of economics, this paper compares philosophical frameworks that guide principles such as dignity and justice as one source of theological ethics. Recent political crises show the importance of analyzing the public sphere with which Christian ethics in its various approaches interacts. The place given to religions in Rawls’s and Habermas’s concepts of “public reason” is compared with Ricoeur’s understanding of religions as cofounding traditions. They can contribute to a necessary exchange of memories, also of conflict and conquest, inspired by the undelivered hopes of their own founding memories, precluding triumphalism and fostering “intellectual solidarity” (Hollenbach).

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Soll die Betriebswirtschaftslehre die Interessen anderer Akteure explizit berücksichtigen?

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Business administration argues that means-end-analysis in the interest of firms does not need to take the interests of other actors into account. Its implicit or explicit reason is that there is a harmony between firm goals and the interests of other actors. This study objects from a critical rationalist perspective that such harmony hypotheses are not empirically confirmed. Because of this, actors are not truly free to pursue their own interests. Instead, this study argues that actors on markets are allowed to pursue their own interests as long as they consider the legitimate interests of other actors at the same time. The study goes on to show how business administration should analyze means-end-statements that try to realize this market value.

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