First CR3 Conference

May 27, 2010

April 8-9, 2011, at Hanken School of Economics, Helsinki, Finland

Details here:  http://www.hanken.fi/public/en/cr3

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Special Issue: Global Environmental Challenge: The role of Japanese business and management

May 26, 2010

Asian Business & Management Journal, Volume 9, Issue 2 (June 2010)

Special Issue: Global Environmental Challenge: The role of Japanese business and management

http://www.palgrave-journals.com/abm/journal/v9/n2/index.html


Call for papers

May 21, 2010

Special Issue of Business & Society: Corporate Innovation and Sustainable Community Development

More details here: http://www.bam.ac.uk/uploadedfiles/newsletter/BusinessandSocietySI.pdf


BAM, ABS, BMAF collaborative event on Responsible Management Education

May 21, 2010

2nd July 2010, Aston Business School

In the past decade advances in climate science and pressure to widen the responsibilities of corporations to take account of sustainability issues has seen business schools increasingly including CSR related subjects across the curriculum. The world financial crisis renewed calls for a more ‘responsible’ approach to financial services and the recent change in government heralds a coalition with a renewed emphasis on fairness and justice at a policy level.

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ESRC seminar on Corporate Responsibility, Sustainability, Government and Civil Society

May 21, 2010

1st July 2010, Aston Business School

The sixth and final seminar in this series will draw together some of the earlier themes of the series to consider the fundamental question about the relationship between social responsibility and business. It examines whether social enterprise models provide a way forward. It discusses the limits and expectations of corporate responsibility and the actions that can be taken by, and with, the state, civil society and the individual. It addresses the question of where do the responsibilities of corporations, governments and civil society begin and end? It considers how responsible governments and corporations can respond to the challenge of social responsibility and where they normatively and pragmatically draws the lines of responsibility, raising pressing concerns about the role of the corporation in a 21st century free market democracy.

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2010 EABIS Annual Colloquium

May 13, 2010

News from EABIS…


Corporate Responsibility an
d Emerging Markets

20-21 September 2010
St. Petersburg State University GSOM

Following the recent increase in inquiries from around the world in this year’s Colloquium, we have compiled a list of frequently asked questions and practical details.

  • When is the deadline for the Call for Contributions?
    28 May 2010 – Download the call
  • When expires the early bird discount? 16 July 2010
  • How long are the preferential rate for hotel rooms valid? 15 July 2010
  • How do I register for the Colloquium?
    All participants are invited to register online through the conference website.
  • Where should I stay?
    Participants are encouraged to book a room in the Holiday Inn St. Petersburg. Simply use this form (download).
  • Where is the conference venue?
    The entire conference except the Gala Dinner will take place at the Holiday Inn St.Petersburg Moskovskie Vorota.
  • How does it work with the visa?
    The Holiday Inn provides visa support and issues the necessary invitations. Please note that EABIS cannot provide any support with visa.
  • How long does it take to get a visa?
    To be on the safe side, you should calculate a minimum of 2 weeks.
  • Where do I find more information about St. Petersburg and prepare my trip?

Look up the “Your Stay” section of the Colloquium website.