CSR Lectureship – University of Bath

October 26, 2009

http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AAF149/lecturer-senior-lecturer-in-corporate-social-responsibility/

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Lectureship

October 22, 2009

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer In Corporate Governance And Sustainability

Nottingham Trent University – College Of Business, Law And Social Sciences, Nottingham Business School

http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AAE727/lecturer-senior-lecturer-in-corporate-governance-and-sustainability/


EABIS 2010 Colloquium on September 20/21 Announcement

October 21, 2009

The 2010 EABIS Colloquium will be hosted by St. Petersburg State University School of Management and focus on the Role of Corporate Responsibility and Governance in Emerging Economies. Please note that the 2010 Colloquium will take place on 20-21 September. The PhD Conference will be on September 22.


Call for papers

October 21, 2009

“Responsible Management Education: Sustainable Leadership in the era of Climate Change” Contributing to the UN Conference on Climate Change (COP15) in December 2009, Copenhagen Business School will host an international conference (23-24 November) on sustainable leadership and climate change in partnership with the UN Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) and the support of EABIS as a co-convener. The main focus of the conference will be on how business schools can help solve the climate crisis through new educational approaches, sustainable leadership, innovative business models and new forms of partnerships. The conference organisers invite participants from the broadest possible backgrounds: business representatives concerned about competencies of their future managers and employees; business schools’ and research centers’ faculty staff and other scholars of social science interested in climate change research and responsible education of future managers; NGOs and governmental officers working for responsible and sustainable education programmes as well as students interested in influencing their own curriculum. Questions to be discussed, among others, are the role and responsibility of business schools and the contributions social science and business theory can make in the context of climate change. To see the full programme, register and all practical information please visit www.cbs.dk/prme2009 .


Call for papers

October 21, 2009

Measuring and Communicating CSR and Sustainability:
A Strategy Perspective

The Euram 2010 Conference will have a dedicated track to explore the role of performance measurement and communication systems in supporting the implementation of the firm’s CSR and sustainability strategy and in developing relationships with the stakeholders based on trust and legitimacy.

If you are interested in submitting a paper to this track, please download the full call.


Call for chapter proposals

October 15, 2009

Call for chapter proposals: Globalization and Ethics (Information Age Publishing, 2010)

 Editors: Charles Wankel, St John’s University, New York Shaun Malleck, University of California, Irvine

Call for chapter proposals. Submission due November 11, 2009

Chapter proposals are solicited on all topics and issues related to globalization and ethics in this multidisciplinary volume. Examples of topics and issues include: Global ethics, ethical critiques of globalization, digitalization and global information issues, the formation of global ethical norms, global environmental ethics, poverty and hunger alleviation, ethical sustainability, local ethics in a global world, relational ethics in global commerce, the impact of globalization on social capital, the impact of globalization on women/minorities/and other underrepresented socio-economic groups, business strategy in a global frame’s ethical implications, the global reach of companies and educational institutions, the impacts of global companies on various developing nations, globalization and genetic engineering, the globalization of reproductive medicine, globalization and regulatory problems, 21st century cosmopolitanism, the global order, the world as a global village, the disappearance of boundaries, global morality, cultural and religious conflicts, culture and global networks, global values, the impact of globalization on wage distribution, world government, the impact of globalization on fairness, the role of consumers in developed countries, product development, and marketing, the global economy, the global marketplace, global awareness, globalization of industries, global supply chains, global tourism, the UN Global Compact, the connection of global scale and business transparency, global commercial relationships, the global code of conduct for business. Proposals of any length are welcome. However, longer ones are preferred to overly brief ones. Also, include brief biographies of all the authors of your chapter. These should include a listing of (1) current institutional affiliation and rank, (2) terminal degree and institution awarding it, and (3) a listing of related publications and presentations. Schedule: Chapter proposals due: November 11, 2009. Chapter drafts due: April 11, 2010. Editorial review of chapter drafts completed: May 11, 2010. Final revision of chapter due: July 11, 2010. Page proofs anticipated: October 25, 2010. Page proof corrections due: November 1, 2010. Anticipated publication date: December 2010. Send your chapter proposals and brief biographies to both Charles Wankel wankelc@stjohns.edu  and Shaun Malleck smalleck@uci.edu  .


Call for posters

October 14, 2009

Call for Posters for GRI Global Conference on Sustainability and Transparency 2010

 On 26-28 May 2010, the third Amsterdam Global Conference on Sustainability and Transparency will be organised by the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI). Like the second conference, held in 2008, the conference will include a small-scale academic conference, chaired by Prof. Ans Kolk, University of Amsterdam Business School, The Netherlands. The academic conference will be held in RAI Elicium conference centre (Amsterdam, The Netherlands) and will be an integrated component of the overall conference, thus offering ample opportunity for interaction and exchange between academics and practitioners. The previous conference, in 2008, was attended by almost 1,000 participants from diverse constituencies in 56 countries. The 2010 conference theme is ‘Rethink. Rebuild. Report’. The academic conference will consist of two main elements. A series of debates with invited speakers will focus attention on important topics in sustainability/CSR reporting. These interactive sessions, put together by Prof. Ans Kolk and Prof. Brendan O’Dwyer (both University of Amsterdam Business School), will bring together prominent established scholars and younger researchers under specific themes, including Trends and issues in sustainability reporting; Assurance on sustainability reporting; Carbon disclosure; Carbon performance and measurement; NGO accountability; and Connecting sustainability reporting and international organisational processes. In addition, poster presentations will provide opportunities for young and senior scholars to discuss their latest research with those present at the conference. The posters will be placed (around A1 size format for each presenter) close to the meeting rooms so the idea is that people will be walking around and engaging in discussions around the boards in an informal and relaxed way. For those unfamiliar with poster presentations, see http://writing.colostate.edu/guides/speaking/poster/pop2a.cfm .

Submission requirements Unlike other conferences, there will be no paper sessions, so all those who want to present their work at this conference can only submit for poster presentations. We are open to academic research on the broad topic of sustainability/CSR reporting and transparency, but will, in the selection process, also in view of the limited number of places, give preference to those that contain high-quality empirical studies. Abstracts, with a maximum of 800 words (excluding references), should be submitted to gri-abs@uva.nl  before 15 December 2009. Please note that this is the only address to which submissions for posters can be sent – other types of submissions and/or those sent to other addresses will not be considered. When submitting your abstract, please include, in the e-mail message that accompanies your submission, the statement that you will, if the poster is accepted for presentation, indeed come to present it at the conference. If these formal requirements are not met, the abstract will not be considered. Final decisions on poster proposals that are accepted will be sent out around 15 January 2010. The conference fee for one presenter per poster will be waived. More information on the conference as a whole, including registration, will become available on http://www.amsterdamGRIconference.org