|Subject||Economic and Social Justice: Domestic and International Perspectives|
|Semester||3rd semester (autumn)|
|Study programme:||Business studies (Master)|
This is an elective course in the Masters’ program. It examines the leading intellectual strands and dilemmas on the topic of economic and social justice in a free and democratic society. The language of the course is Slovene.
Proficiency in Slovene and basic understanding/reading knowledge of English (most literature is in English) are required. There are, however, no prior course prerequisites; the course aims to be taught in a way accessible to students of any background.
By the end of the course (by the time of a successful completion of the exam), students will acquire detailed knowledge on the main intellectual strands of this field, on the contributions of their leading intellectual representatives, and on the strengths and weaknesses of each of the strands. The method of the course will at the same time push students, as citizens, in the direction of developing their own sovereign – autonomous – thinking, thus helping construct and shape their own visions and contributions in this important field.