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Critical Issues in Leadership Ethics

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IMPA 6060 001
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Course Description
In I-MPA 606, students explore how, whether, and to what extent effective boundary-spanning leadership is, ought to be, or can be made synonymous with moral or ethical boundary-spanning leadership, and by which understanding(s) of "morality" and "ethics." Through classic and contemporary readings and case studies, I-MPA 606 explores several different philosophical and religious writings and traditions (pluralism, liberalism, universalism, and Machiavellianism), and introduces students to certain key concepts and findings from game theory, that might usefully inform the moral reasoning of present or future boundary-spanning leaders who seek to promote human well-being by solving local, regional, national, or global problems. **For IMPA Students Only**