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The Centre for Financial and Corporate Integrity was established in 2017 to bring a unique interdisciplinary approach exploring the complex interrelationships between economics, finance, accounting and law that together inform transformative issues and events facing global corporations and how these affect relevant stakeholders in terms of social, economic and environmental welfare and sustainability.
Whilst Korean Studies usually focus on political studies, history and literature, Coventry University targets niche areas in Korean Studies such as economic history, economic development, cross-cultural management.
The Centre in Financial and Corporate Integrity (FCI) is accepting applications for admission to its PhD programme related to the three research clusters of:
Corporate Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility
Financial Markets and Institutions
Applied Economic Policy and Analysis
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